Australia’s Disney+ line-up has just dropped
The wait is over. Here's your first glimpse at Australia's Disney+ line-up.
Disney has finally confirmed some of the titles that will be on Disney+ in Australia. Taking to Instagram, a short video was posted on the disneyplusau account. TV and movie posters fly past putting to bed some of the rumours.
Disney+ officially makes its launch in Australia on 19 November. It won't just be for Disney fanfare either. Disney+ is comprised of Disney, Marvel, Pixar, Star Wars and National Geographic.
That huge Disney+ content library is what sent people into a frenzy yesterday. On the first day of launch in the US, Canada and the Netherlands there were over 10 million subscriptions.
Finder has run its 20/20 vision over the video and it looks like Australians are in luck. The Mandalorian, new Lady and The Tramp and Avengers: Endgame headline the list.
It also appears that Australia will have Disney+ content on launch that isn't available in the US. Oh and the best part is Disney's caption that this isn't even half of the content coming.
Massive Marvel titles Black Panther, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Thor Ragnarok and Avengers: Infinity War are in, unlike on the US platform.
So to is the wildly popular kids film Coco. Classics such as George of the Jungle and National Treasure were in the video too.
Star Wars fans will be stoked to know that The Last Jedi was shown. Due to previous broadcast agreements this won't appear on Disney+ in the US until 26 December.
Australian Disney+ subscribers won't just win out against the US. The timeless classic Pocahontas appeared in the video, which is great as Canada Disney+ doesn't have the film.
Watch the Disney+ video for yourself and get hyped for Tuesday's release
Image source: Disney Plus website
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