Marvel’s “Black Panther” released Netflix in the United States on March 3, 2020, after which Fans of Wakanda will be able to stream movies at Disney Plus the next day.
From Netflix to Disney Plus, the transition to “Black Panther,” one of the highest-grossing superhero movies ever, comes when Disney terminates its production contract with Netflix in the United States and Canada.
Starting with the new 2019 release, Disney Plus is an exclusive home for VOD subscription access to new releases from Walt Disney Studios, Pixar, Lucasfilm, and Marvel. Disney is steadily regaining the broadcast rights of library titles such as “Black Panther.”
Another Disney title coming down from Netflix next month is Ava Duvernet’s “Wrinkles of Time,” starring Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, Mindy Caring and Storm Reed. It will be streamed on Disney Plus on March 25.
“Black Panther” directed by Ryan Cougler, alongside Angela Bassett, Michael B. Jordan, Forrest Whitaker, Lupita Nyonga and Danai Gurira, Almost all-black cast and star Chadwick Boseman. The film was premiered in theaters, creating a worldwide total of USD 1.35 billion. Last year, the film won an Oscar for Best Picture, the first superhero film nominated for this category.
According to the company, the number of Disney Plus subscribers was 28.6 million as of February 3, about three months after its debut. This service includes Disney movies and shows, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, third-party licensed content, as well as “Manda Lorean” and “High School Musicals: Musicals It is streaming that specializes in exclusive originals such as “series”.
Other endless library titles for Next month’s Disney Plus include Dr. Dolittle 2, Ice Age, Bedtime Stories, Best Time, Running 3 and G Force.
Disney Plus’ originals, with new episodes debuting in March, include Star Wars: Clone Wars. “Marvel Hero Project”; Disney Fairy Tale Wedding”. “Store Class”; Disney Family Sunday”; The future president’s diary” “Be Our Chef” is a family cooking series organized by Angela Kinsey (“Office”).