Netflix is about to get a whole lot more magical. There's a whole cadre of additional Disney films coming to the streaming service this September as Netflix becomes the exclusive streaming service for movies from Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm and Pixar.This announcement comes in the form of Netflix's latest blog detailing the year's coming releases. There isn't any concrete information on which titles are being added later this fall just yet, but it will be comprised of major theatrical releases and more. There's already a smattering of movies like Hercules, The Emperor's New Groove and Mulan already available to view, but September should see that expanded considerably.
This announcement is the fruit of an agreement signed into life back in 2012, which made Netflix the exclusive U.S. subscription service for first-run live-action and animated features from Walt Disney. It's finally time for Netflix subscribers to reap the benefits with a wide breadth of content from the Walt Disney umbrella. Does that mean we could see The Force Awakens coming to Netflix in the near future? We'll be keeping our eyes peeled just in case.
Netflix's Disney streaming exclusives start in SeptemberThe streaming service is about to house a whole lot more Mouse.
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