With Disney launching its own streaming service, it was only a matter of time before the Marvel movies would be taken off competitors and made exclusively available on Disney+. Black Panther is the latest MCU film to move to Disney+, and will do so on March 4.
And in the future, other MCU movies like Avengers: Infinity War and Ant-Man and the Wasp will also be leaving Netflix and migrating to Disney+. They will do so June 25 and July 29, respectively.
Disney+ has been making headlines for other reasons too. Disney’s Lizzie McGuire Reboot has been the center point of discussion for its sudden halt in production. Variety reported that Hillary Duff was unhappy with director Terri Minsky’s sudden dismissal. The production team and Duff only found out about the director’s removal after the story broke online. According to Variety, Duff and the director wanted to make the show more adult, while the Disney executives wanted to make it more kid and family friendly, like the original show.
In other new additions to Disney+, Marvel’s anime, Marvel’s Future Avengers, joined the service on February 28. An all-new series, The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder, featuring the show’s original cast, will also be joining Disney+ soon.
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