In the Battle of the Giants, we now have the real name of Netflix's biggest emerging opponent.
A report from Variety Friday has revealed that Disney's "Netflix killing" streaming platform will be called "Disney Play". [1
9659005] It's been a long time since Disney's first announcement of its brand new subscription service in August last year . This includes Disney moving its films from the Netflix platform and moving them into its own service, which will start in 2019. These films include Moana and Frozen as well as Marvel and Pixar films such as Toy Story 4 and Ant-Man and the Wasp Studios acquired under the Giant's umbrella. Luckily for Netflix fans, there are no Marvel TV shows like Daredevil and Jessica Jones remaining on the streamer.  For how much the subscription service costs, Variety Disney CEO Bob Iger quotes in recognition that it will be less than Netflix's $ 8 to $ 14 monthly fee. The service in general is Disney's "company's biggest priority in the 2019 calendar," according to the CEO.
Despite its challenger, Netflix is still strong: It surpassed Disney as the world's most valuable media company this May with a value of $ 153.8 billion, compared to Disney $ 152 billion.