Disney+: New Pricing And Bundle Details Revealed
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During a call with media and Disney investors to report on third-quarter earnings, CEO Bob Iger dropped some new information regarding the bundling and pricing of the upcoming Disney+ streaming platform. The service, set to go live on November 12, will be made available as a package deal for those who choose to go that route, for $12.99 a month. The bundle will include Disney+, ESPN+, and the ad-supported version of Hulu.
Those who would rather keep their stream service subscriptions un-bundled will pay $6.99 a month for Disney+ alone.
Iger also mentioned that members of the Disney fan club, D23, will be offered the opportunity to subscribe to the Disney+ services first--a promotion that will likely be elaborated on at this month's upcoming D23 Expo in Anaheim, California.
In addition to the bundle pricing, Iger spoke to the potential of new Disney+ projects, citing "reimaginings" of films like Home Alone, Night At The Museum, Diary Of A Whimpy Kid, and Cheaper By The Dozen as potentially on the docket for Disney+ down the line--though it is currently unclear just what was meant by "reimaginings."
Are we on the precipice of a Disney+ specific Home Alone cinematic universe? Only time will tell.
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