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    Avengers: Endgame meets Disney Plus in December, one month after the launch


    While Avengers: Endgame is currently shattering blockbusters around the world, it hasn't stopped Disney ' s topblowers from announcing a lounge-room release for the blockbuster movie, which the company has unveiled on its long-awaited streaming service, Disney Plus. The date? Just a month after the launch of the service in the US on November 12, 2019.

    "We are very satisfied with our Q2 results and are very happy with the record-breaking success of Avengers: Endgame, which is now the second largest film of all time and will stream exclusively on Disney + from December 11," said Bob Iger , Chairman and CEO of The Walt Disney Company in the most recent profit report from the conglomerate.

    The arrival of Endgame on the Disney streaming service is likely to coincide with the release of the film on Digital, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray.

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    Avengers: Endgame will join other Marvel big-hitters that will already be available on Disney Plus at launch, including Captain Marvel, who has made $ 1.1 billion at the global checkout so far.

    Along with his stable of Marvel Studios films, the upcoming streaming platform will also host a number of new Disney Plus original TV series that are directly connected to the Marvel Cinematic Universe – something that genre fans will undoubtedly welcome in the light of the abrupt cancellation of Marvel shows from Netflix & apos; s.

    Marvel shows that are said to be in development, including a Falcon and Winter Soldier series starring Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan, a Loki series with Tom Hiddleston, with a series Vision and Scarlet Witch with Paul Bettany and Elizabeth Olsen, and a Hawkeye spin-off with Jeremy Renner in the lead.

    It is currently unknown when Disney Plus will land in areas outside the US, although the media giant has revealed that it plans to roll out the service globally in the next two years.

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