Disney is rebooting four classics for its streaming service, Disney+.
Disney CEO Bob Iger announced Tuesday during the company's financial quarterly investors conference call that it will create "re-imagined versions" of "Home Alone," "Cheaper By the Dozen," "Night at the Museum," and "Diary of the Wimpy Kid."
No other details were immediately available.
Earlier this year, Disney announced that D+ will allow users to download TV and movies, which will include content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel and National Geographic.
"This is a big deal. All Disney in one place never existed before," Iger said in an interview that aired on "Good Morning America." "That's [like] going to Disneyland every day of the week."
The streaming service is expected to launch Nov. 12.
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