Good news, Disney junkies: The upcoming Disney+ streaming service will include "the entire Disney motion picture library". Disney CEO Bob Iger made the announcement at a company shareholder meeting, according to Polygon. The move marks an end to Disney's "Vault" system, which only allowed certain animated titles to be available in stores for a short time. Back when everyone had VHS or DVD collections of all the Disney classics, the Vault strategy may have just been annoying. In 2019, the Vault system means that you'll have to get creative if your kid wants to watch Aladdin on a random Thursday night and you don't own an actual physical copy.