In the past, we have seen Lenovo team up with Disney to launch the Star Wars: Jedi Challenge which allowed gamers to take on the role of a Jedi where through the use of augmented reality (AR) and the Mirage AR headset, it created an immersive gaming experience. Now it looks like Lenovo and Disney’s partnership will be extending to Marvel.
If you grew up on consoles like the Game Boy and the SEGA Genesis, then there is a chance that you might have played some Disney games like The Lion King and Aladdin, which are widely-considered to be a “classic” these days. If you had fond memories playing those games, you’re in luck.
Disney+ will be launching in November where it will be priced at $7 a month. It is cheaper than other streaming services like Netflix, especially when you consider that it will allow four simultaneous streams at 4K, a feature that Netflix subscribers have to pay $16 to have. However, if you’re looking to save yourself some money, you’re in luck.
Following Disney’s acquisition of Fox, many wondered what this could mean for franchises like Deadpool, which are very decidedly very un-Disney in nature due to the risque content. However, Disney stated that they plan to keep making R-rated Deadpool movies, but unfortunately, that will not be extended to Disney+.
We know that Disney+ will be playing home to a bunch of Marvel shows, some of which were announced at the San Diego Comic-Con not too long ago. However, it turns out that it might have only been the tip of the iceberg because during Disney’s D23 event, the company has confirmed more Marvel shows that will be launching on the platform.
If you’re a Star Wars fan, then you might want to consider getting a subscription to Disney+ because the company has recently dropped the trailer for the upcoming series, “The Mandalorian”. Based on the trailer, it looks pretty good and could be an excellent reason to subscribe to Disney’s streaming service.
Disney+ will be launching towards the end of the year and while it does have the advantage of playing home to some very well-established franchises, there is no doubt that there will be many comparisons made to existing services such as Netflix. However, it seems that one of the ways Disney+ plans on competing would be price.
When it was announced that Sony and Disney would be working together to bring Spider-Man into the MCU, it was a huge deal. Sony has attempted several Spider-Man movies in the past, but due to the fact that it existed separate to other Marvel movies, it always felt that something was not right.
Following the success of Spider-Man: Far From Home and with the way the movie ended, it was largely assumed that there would be a third Spider-Man movie in the works. While there still might be, it seems that Marvel/Disney’s involvement with the movie could be at an end, at least according to a report from Deadline.
Disney+ is expected to launch later this year and if you are planning on subscribing to the service, you might be interested to learn that the streaming service will be available on multiple platforms at launch. This means that you’ll be able to watch it across multiple devices from the get go.
Disney+ is expected to launch later this year where it will be priced starting at $6.99 a month. The service is expected to be extremely competitive given the strong franchises under Disney’s belt, but given how established other services such as Netflix is, it could still prove to be a hard sell.
Marvel’s Spider-Man movie franchise has been rebooted twice, and it seems that the third time is the charm because according to a report from The Hollywood Reporter, they are claiming that the most recent Spider-Man movie, Spider-Man: Far From Home, has managed to earn $1 billion worldwide.
If you’re a fan of Disney, Pixar, or Marvel movies and wouldn’t mind watching it in 4K, you might be interested to learn that Google Play might be the place to get it from. This is because Google has recently started to offer up movies from those franchises in 4K, an interesting move given that Disney does not typically make 4K content available online for purchase.
If you’re thinking about getting your hands on the Nintendo Switch console, you might be interested to learn that the company has recently taken the wraps off what appears to be a Disney-themed Switch console, where one of the cute and defining points of the console are the tiny set of Mickey ears placed around the start button.