Disney Unveils Upcoming Projects, Streaming Content
Disney+ has more than 86 million subscribers worldwide.
"We have a vast and expansive timeline in the Star Wars mythology spanning over 25,000
years of history in the Galaxy."
Disney is giving fans a lot of new streaming content to look forward to. In a presentation to investors, the studio unveiled plans for 10 Star Wars series spinoffs and 10 Marvel series that will be released on Disney+ — as well has new movies in the franchises.
Marvel Studios' president said the Black Panther character — played by the late Chadwick Boseman — will not be recast for the sequel.
Disney also announced new Pixar series and movies. Worldwide Disney plus has more than 86 million subscribers.
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