— Disney (@Disney) September 23, 2019
Disney Plus blew the audience by revealing the library of old movies and shows that’ll be available on the streaming service. It all came in an epic Twitter thread, starting with 1937’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and running through the whole lot chronologically.
Disney Plus, in collaboration with Pixar Studios, Marvel Studios, Star Wars, National Geographic platforms to bring forth the world entertainment mania.
The list doesn’t get any better with the unknown and the known, check this out!
With bone fide classics like The Lion King, Toy Story and Mulan, but the real joy is being reminded of some long-forgotten oddities like Brink and Johnny Tsunami. Between these, terrible direct-to-video sequels like Return of Jafar and ’90s Marvel cartoons like Spider-Man and X-Men, Disney Plus seems a whole lot like a $7-a-month passport to your childhood.
If you’re in the mood for Avenging, it’ll include most of the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies too.
The launch line up of Disney Plus is extremingly enchanting and featuring all the hits with Marvel movies as well.
The long list includes a whole lot of Star Wars with incredible CGI shows, The Clone Wars and Rebels, as well as Empire of Dreams, an excellent 2004 documentary about the making of the original trilogy. It ended with The Mandalorian, the upcoming live action show.
— Walt Disney Studios (@DisneyStudios) October 12, 2019
The Magic numbers!
A Wall Street analyst, tells us why 10 million Disney Plus subscribers is truly the magic number that could supercharge the company’s stock!
After the announcement in streaming top list epics from Disney Plus. Look like Apple is now coming forward for Disney Plus Investors surveyed by the firm expect Disney’s shares could rise as high as $155 if the company can attract 10 million subscribers to Disney Plus by the end of the year. That price represents an 11% premium from where Disney traded on Wednesday afternoon.
“The 10m subscriber level seems to be an inflection point for sentiment; 70% of investors would start new positions or add to existing ones there,” Credit Suisse analyst Douglas Mitchelson said in a note to clients on Wednesday.
— Walt Disney Studios (@DisneyStudios) October 11, 2019