By now we’re sure that most of us would have seen Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War. In case you haven’t seen it or if you don’t mind rewatching it, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Netflix has announced that come 25th of December, Avengers: Infinity War will be available for streaming via its platform.


As some might have heard, Disney is launching its own streaming service in 2019 called Disney+, where future Marvel TV shows and movies will be exclusive to its platform, which we suppose makes a lot of sense to encourage people to subscribe to it. In fact it was previously revealed that Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp will be the last Marvel movie to be available on Netflix, which more or less makes Avengers: Infinity War the second-last movie from Marvel to be available from Netflix.

We’re not sure how long Disney will be keeping its movies on Netflix’s platform, but if you are a fan of Marvel’s movies and are subscribed to Netflix, this is one of your last few chances to stream the company’s movies before they become exclusive to Disney+. However the good news is that if you enjoyed Netflix’s Marvel TV series, it seems that those will continue to remain on Netflix (along with possible future seasons).

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