The streaming service launches on Nov. 12 in the United States with prices set at $6.99 a month
Disney fans, prepare yourselves for an onslaught of exciting new (and nostalgic) content.
The entertainment company finally unveiled its first look at its highly-anticipated streaming service, Disney+, on Thursday during an investor day event at its headquarters in Burbank, California.
Disney+ is aiming to take on Netflix with its massive content library which includes Star Wars and all Marvel films (Black Panther, anyone?).
Within the first year of launch, which begins on Nov. 12, audiences can have access to Disney’s entire Pixar film collection, as well as Marvel’s most recent superhero release Captain Marvel and many more of the studios popular films.
All Star Wars films can also be found on the streaming service within the first year, including a new spinoff series, The Mandalorian, directed by Jon Favreau.
Mary Poppins, the 2010 live-action Alice in Wonderland starring Johnny Depp and a live-action remake of Lady and the Tramp are among the films set to stream upon launch.
Avengers stars Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany will reprise their roles as Wanda Maximoff and The Vision in their own Disney+ series, WandaVision.
They aren’t the only superheroes getting their own shows: Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan will team up in a new series, The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.
Also receiving his own show is Tom Hiddleston who will star as Loki in a series of the same name.
Rogue One’s Diego Luna and Alan Tudyk are joining the Disney+ family with a new show based on Luna’s character in the film Cassian Andor.
Fans of Disney Channel will also be able to watch 5,000 episodes of content and 100 Disney Channel Original Movies including Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century and Lizzie McGuire.
High School Musical will also be getting a series only available on Disney+, while all 30 seasons of The Simpsons are coming exclusively to the streamer as well, with Disney tweeting out a welcome to the long-running animated series.
Disney+ will host hours of content from the National Geographic Channel, as well.
The streaming service launches on Nov. 12 in the United States with prices set at $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year.