Disney+ Reveals Drop Dates For Avengers: Infinity War, Black Panther, and More

Disney+ Reveals Drop Dates For Avengers: Infinity War, Black Panther, and More

Earlier this week, Disney+ officially launched with most of the Marvel Cinematic Universe films ready to stream. However, a few key chapters of the Infinity Saga are still on Netflix for at least the next few months. Regardless, Disney+ has already left fans know when the rest will arrive.

Via Comic Book Resources, Thor: Ragnarok will arrive on Disney+ on December 5. On March 4, 2020, Black Panther will make its debut on Disney+.  Avengers: Infinity War will hit on June 25, 2020, before Ant-Man and the Wasp will follow on July 29, 2020. Unfortunately, there are no current plans for Sony to bring Spider-Man: Homecoming or Spider-Man: Far From Home to Disney+. Marvel’s The Incredible Hulk is also absent because it was produced with Universal Pictures.

Star Wars fans won’t have to wait too long for The Last Jedi to arrive. Disney+ will get that film on December 26. However, Solo: A Star Wars Story won’t arrive until July 9, 2020. Pixar’s Incredbles 2 is also slated to make its Disney+ debut on July 30, 2020.

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Although there were technical difficulties on the first day of Disney+, Disney is reporting that 10 million subscribers have already joined the streaming service. Disney already made a deal with Verizon to let its users get a free year of Disney+. So it’s unclear how many of those subscribers received Disney+ for free. The bigger challenge for Disney+ will be converting those users into paid subscribers.

Are you glad to hear that most of the MCU movies will hit Disney+ in the next year? What Marvel movies do you want to see on Disney+? Let us know in the comment section below!

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