O Disney + is arriving in Brazil and the rest of Latin America: the launch was confirmed for November 17, 2020, one year after being made available in the USA. The streaming service, which competes with Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, already has more than 60 million subscribers: it features movies and series from Marvel, Star Wars, Pixar, National Geographic and more.
The release date was announced by the profile @DisneyPlusBR on twitter; it is a verified account. They joked that “the date leaked ahead of time”, retweeting a message from Disney + Latinoamérica with the date of 17 November. The price has not yet been officially confirmed, but it should cost R $ 28.99 per month.
Which films and series will be on Disney + do Brasil?
The Disney + catalog in Brazil will have series, TV movies, documentaries, shows, events and specials coming from Pixar, Marvel, National Geographic and Disney itself.
Here’s what will be available to Brazilians in this streaming service:
- Marvel Studios movies that are part of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe), ranging from Iron Man up until Avengers: Endgame;
- some of Marvel TV series from 1979 to today, including X-Men, Spider man and Marvel’s Runaways;
- all Star Wars movies, from its debut in 1977 to 2019, including spin-offs Rogue One and Han Solo;
- all Pixar films, like Toy Story, Monsters Inc, Looking for Nemo, The Incredibles, Wall · E, Up – High Adventures and Inside Out, in addition to all the shorts;
- classic movies from Walt Disney Animation Studios like Beauty and the Beast, Pinocchio, Bambi, The Lion King, Peter Pan, The Little Mermaid, Cinderella and others;
- classic remakes, like Aladdin, Mogli – The Wolf Boy, The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast and Cinderella;
- Disney Channel series like Hannah Montana, Zack & Cody: Twins in Action and Kim Possible, in addition to films like High School Musical, Camp Rock and Descendants;
- National Geographic series and documentaries, like One Strange Rock, Origins: Human Evolution, Before the Flood, Free Solo (Oscar-winning documentary) and Absurd Science.
That’s not all: Disney + will have original Marvel content, like the series Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision and Loki. Fans of Star Wars will be able to see the first season of The Mandalorian; the second season will be released at the same time as in the USA.
Subscribers will also have access to animated shorts SparkShorts and Forky Asks a Question from Pixar. In addition, there are exclusive streaming movies like Hamilton, the live action of The Lady and the Tramp, Noelle and Togo.
Currently, Amazon Prime Video has Marvel movies like Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame; in addition to live action versions (The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast) and animated films such as Toy Story 1 The 4 and Ralph WiFi. This is thanks to a deal signed with Disney across Latin America, but which ends in October.
– Disney + Brasil (@DisneyPlusBR) August 18, 2020