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The long-in-development Disney streaming service finally has a name and an official rundown of content it will host.
Disney has finally confirmed that a television series focusing on the MCU's Loki will be coming to its streaming service, Disney+.
A Falcon and Winter Soldier limited series is in development for Disney's streaming service.
According to 21st Century Fox president Peter Rice, Fox will be ready to close the Disney buyout as soon as January 1, 2019.
While the Disney-Fox merger was originally planned to be completed in 2019, a new report reveals that date might be bumped up.
Prolific comics creator Rob Liefeld explains how Disney's regaining the rights to mutants on the big screen will affect their comics counterparts.
Disney is reportedly developing a slew of various Marvel Studios projects which would include both a Loki and a Scarlet Witch television series.
The MCU and Pixar give Disney its second best year at the box office ever with three months to go.
Disney's much-discussed streaming service does indeed have a name, as well as a price point that's less than Netflix's monthly fee.
Disney reportedly plans to release all Fox films completed or in production at the time of the acquisition, to be finalized next year.
Disney previously licensed the streaming rights for its Star Wars titles, which means they can't appear on the service until those deals expire.
Captain Marvel and Avengers 4 will join a Lady and the Tramp remake, Jon Favreau's Star Wars series and more on Disney's streaming service.
A new report claims that Disney's upcoming streaming service won't include R-rated movies.
Live action remakes of Lady and the Tramp and The Sword in the Stone are in development exclusively for Disney's premium streaming service.
Shareholders pf Disney and 21st Century Fox this morning approved the acquisition of Fox's key assets, including its film and television studios.
Comcast has pulled its bid to purchase 21st Century Fox, allowing Disney to move forward with bringing the X-Men and Fantastic Four to Marvel Studios.