Breaking: Disney's Streaming Service Now Has A Name

Thanks to Bob Iger, CEO of The Walt Disney Company, we now know the name of the soon-to-be Disney streaming platform: Disney Play. In the Variety interview, Iger states that Disney Play would be "the biggest priority of the company during calendar [year] 2019."

In the soon-to-be launch of Disney Play, there is expected to be an annual loss of $300 million in annual revenue from various agreements that Disney currently has with Netflix. Big names in the transfer that will be helping to open Disney Play include the likes of "Captain Marvel," "Dumbo," "Toy Story 4," "The Lion King," "Frozen 2," and new "Star Wars" installments.

Thus marches forward Disney's war machine, drums beating loudly as its monopolizing grip of entertainment expands that much more. With big names from Marvel, Star Wars, and Pixar--all of Disney's heaviest properties--Disney Play is expected to begin streaming in 2019.

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