The Disney+ streaming service has officially launched in Australia, and it’s well and truly getting the reception it deserves.
According to Gizmodo, unlike Netflix, Australians have more Disney+ content available than those in the US. Content deals between streaming services, like Netflix and Amazon, in the US have resulted in Disney having to omit a number of titles.
“Our content does differ due to existing licensing commitments – so content varies in each of the markets,” a Disney spokesperson told the publication.
So, what content do Australians have that the U.S. doesn’t?
- A Wrinkle in Time
- Alice Through the Looking Glass
- Ant-Man and the Wasp
- Beauty and the Beast (2017)
- Black Panther
- Christopher Robin
- Dead Men Tell No Tales
- Mary Poppins Returns
- National Treasure 2
- Ralph Breaks the Internet
- Solo: A Star Wars Story
- The Avengers: Endgame
- The Avengers: Infinity War
- The Incredibles 2
- The Jungle Book (2016)
- The Nutcracker and the Four Realms
- Thor: Ragnarok
Disney+ holds hours of entertainment from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Was, National Geographic and more with shows and movies from the past, present and future.
It’ll cost you $8.99 a month for a subscription or $89 for a full year.
That’s a bargain if you ask us!