Disney has called it the company’s future: Disney Plus. It’s the entertainment giant’s upcoming streaming service for almost everything it creates. It’ll be the exclusive home to stream theatrical blockbusters from Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar and Disney’s own studios – Avengers: Endgame, for example, will be available to stream on Dec. 11. Plus, Disney is ramping up a slate of original shows and movies based on those brands and others. With less than a month until its launch, Disney Plus has been ramping up attention to its coming service. Its latest maneuver is a deal with Verizon giving the carrier’s unlimited wireless customers a free year of Disney Plus when it launches Nov. 12. The offer boosts Disney’s competitiveness against another streaming service that will have launched less than two weeks earlier: Apple TV Plus. Apple, which is pricing the service at $5 a month but offering a far smaller library of titles, will comp a year of Apple Plus for anyone who has bought a new Apple gadget since early September. Overall, Disney Plus will cost $7 a month in the US, or $70 (about $5.83 a month) if you prepay for a full year. That monthly rate is about half the price of HBO Now and… Read full this story
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