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Everything You Need to Know About Disney+

After months of speculation and anticipation, Disney finally shared concrete details on the upcoming Disney+ streaming app. And it looks really, really good.

The Netflix competitor will be broken into five different verticals — Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, and National Geographic — and filled with the vast existing library of those properties on top of a regular array of original content like The Falcon and The Winter Soldier with Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan and The Mandalorian with Pedro Pascal.

Other series and movies in development are a Lady and the Tramp remake starring Justin Theroux and Tessa Thompson, holiday movie Noelle starring Anna Kendrick as Santa Claus’ daughter, a prequel to Rogue One starring Diego Luna, a series about Vision and Scarlet Witch with Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen expected to reprise their roles, a miniseries about Hawkeye with star Jeremy Renner, a Pixar spin-off series called Monsters at Work, a Mighty Ducks project in the style of Cobra Kai, and a handful of docu-series from the team behind Chef's Table. It will also be the exclusive streaming home of every single episode of The Simpsons.

Set to launch on November 12th for $6.99 a month or $69.99 per year, it will be available on all major streaming boxes like Apple TV and Roku as well as iOS and Android and gaming platforms like PlayStation and Xbox.