After a year of speculation, further information has finally been provided about
Disney's upcoming streaming service.
Variety is reporting the new streaming service will be called "Disney Play," and the company's CEO
Captain Marvel, set for release this upcoming March, will be the first Marvel Studios movie to be offered exclusively through "Disney Play," while other Disney projects coming in 2019 will be key selling points for the streaming service.
In terms of television shows, an upcoming live-action Star Wars series that will cost up to $10 million an episode is expected to premiere on the streaming service once it launches.
Disney will be spending an estimated $100 million on a 10-episode “Star Wars” series for its new streaming service, according to The New York Times https://t.co/SXkm6D9WZs— MarketWatch (@MarketWatch) August 7, 2018