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We may be getting closer to seeing this come true.
Impressive numbers indeed.
Disney+ has arrived in the US and with it we get 4K versions of seven of the films in the Skywalker saga. A New Hope features a new edit of the scene with Han Solo and Greedo, and Disney have confirmed that these changes were made by George Lucas.
Disney+ has arrived in the US!
Disney+ launches in the US on November 12th, and from the launch date a pop-up location will open at Disney Springs in Walt Disney World, in front of the Paddlefish restaurant in The Landing.
Starting in January 2020, Disney Cast Members will be asked to pick their perk between the Disney Parks Main Entrance Pass that is given to most Cast Members or a full Disney+ bundle package, which includes Disney+, ESPN+, and Hulu.
The service appears to have a specific release time slot.
The Rise of Skywalker will be the last Star Wars film for at least three years, but according to Disney CEO Bob Iger there will be lots of activity on the TV front with at least three new Star Wars series being developed for Disney+.
New international service dates have been revealed.
A new streaming service called BritBox launches in the UK today, but where's Disney+? The BBC confirm it will arrive in March 2020.
Future proposed projects from Lucasfilm are not guaranteed a home on Disney+ and must go before a programming team to be green-lit.
Disney are locked and loaded on a new path that will transform the entertainment industry, pitting themselves against competitors Netflix, with their Disney+ streaming service that launches on November 12th.
Sit back and enjoy.
The GFFA will be heavily featured when Disney's new direct-to-consumer service launches.
Disney+ have shared their full list of content coming to the new streaming service in just 28 days time in the US
If you live in the US and are willing to sign up for three years then you can get Disney+ for less than $5 a month.
Watch all of these titles and more on the new Disney+ streaming service.
If you live in the US you can now sign up for Disney+ and be ready for its debut on November 12th.
While speaking with ET backstage at the 45th annual Saturn Awards over the weekend, Jon Favreau expressed interest in creating a new version of the Star Wars: Holiday Special.
On the same day as Apple revealed their streaming option in the form of Apple TV+, Bob Iger resigned from their board of directors in order to avoid a conflict with Disney's own streaming service, Disney+.
Those living in the Netherlands have been given free access to the Beta App of Disney+ until November 12th, and Valery van der Meijden shares some footage of the app.
The service will be following the old "tune in next week" formula.
November 12 cannot get here soon enough!
One Day at Disney, from Disney Publishing Worldwide and Disney +, features Star Wars content including the making of Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge and more.