On October 14, Disney confirmed all the content coming to the platform, which will officially be launching on November 12, with a series of tweets — and there are a lot of Disney Channel Original Movies to peruse.
From 1999’s Johnny Tsunami and Genius to the The Color of Friendship, Rip Girls, Quints, Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century (and its zequel, of course) going over to all the High School Musical, The Cheetah Girls, and Camp Rock movies, as well as Hilary Duff’s Cadet Kelly and the masterpiece that is The Lizzie McGuire Movie — all our favorite DCOMs will be available from day one on the platform.
As expected, Disney wouldn’t feature DCOMs without also including Disney Channel Original Series — so the likes of Lizzie McGuire, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, Hannah Montana, and That’s So Raven as well as more recent shows like Andi Mack will also be making their way to the platform.
On top of beloved Disney Channel content, Disney+ will also be home to vast array of Disney’s ever-growing catalog — from Disney classics (like Pinocchio or The Lion King) to Walt Disney Pictures productions (such as Hocus Pocus, The Princess Diaries or Freaky Friday) and Pixar films (like A Bug’s Life, Toy Story, Wall-E, or Ratatouille).
The platform will also have titles that originally were non-Disney productions like 10 Things I Hate About You or Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, which was first released by subsidiary Touchstone Pictures and later reissued by the company in 2006.
On top of all that, Disney+ will also feature its own original and exclusive content, such as the first-ever live-action Star Wars series (named The Mandalorian), the live-action remake of Lady and the Tramp, or the highly anticipated and very meta High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. Future releases (like the Lizzie McGuire reboot or the Emma Stone-led Cruella) have also been announced.
According to Polygon, the aim is for Disney+ to eventually host Disney’s entire catalog of animated features, Pixar movies, and the whole Star Wars universe, as well as Marvel Studios films. And they are starting out strong, with 500+ titles announced just today (and more to come soon).
Check out the full list of everything coming Disney+ on its launch date (in chronological order from the ‘40s until today) on Disney+'s Twitter.
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