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Friday, 11 August 2017 15:41

Netflix Could Keep Marvel And Star Wars Movies After All

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Disney threw the entertainment world for a loop earlier this week when the company announced that it would be launching its own streaming service in 2019. As a result of this new venture, the House of Mouse will also pull all of its theatrical content from Netflix, cutting short the exclusive deal that went into effect between the two companies last fall.

However, Netflix is still hoping it can stay in business with Disney by remaining a home for Marvel and Star Wars.

According to Reuters, Netflix is in "active discussions" with Disney to keep distributing Marvel and Star Wars movies after 2019. Taking the "regular" Disney and Pixar movies off Netflix is already a done deal, but evidently the future of Disney's superhero and space opera brands with this new streaming service is uncertain. While a Disney spokesman declined to comment on these discussions, evidently the company is at least considering keeping its partnership with Netflix going in a smaller capacity.

Disney's new streaming service is still in its infancy, so it will be a while until official announcements are made about what the website's lineup will look like. The one thing that's certain is that it will be the one stop shop for all your traditional Disney viewing pleasures, including highly-anticipated releases like Toy Story 4 and Frozen 2.

Read more at HollywoodReporter

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