Disney just announced the entire library of movies and TV shows coming to its streaming service, and, well, they can't all be classics.
With less than a month to go until Disney+ officially launches, the streaming service's official Twitter account Monday morning fired off a massive tweetstorm over several hours revealing virtually every movie and TV show coming to the platform on Nov. 12, one by one. This included tons of all-time classic films like Star Wars, The Lion King, and Toy Story.
It also included movies that definitely sound made up, including The Biscuit Eater, Fuzzbucket, The Cat From OuterSpace, The Shaggy D.A., and Sultan and the Rock Staramong many others. Nearly every family-friendly Disney film looks set to eventually come to the service, regardless of how weird and forgettable, and the result is one heck of a strange collection. Disney+ may ultimately not only offer the opportunity to watch some of the biggest blockbusters of all time but also revisit childhood movies you previously assumed were just weird dreams.
Still, the thread confirmed some omissions. Not every Marvel Cinematic Universe film will be available at launch, with The Avengers and Captain America: Civil Waramong those missing. The two most recent Star Wars films also won't be available at first, though they'll be added at a later date.
The most notable television addition is probably The Simpsons, every episode of which will be made available thanks to Disney's recent acquisition of Fox, not to mention the 1992 X-Men animated series. And with reboots of properties like Home Alone and Lizzie McGuire already announced for Disney+, one can only assume Sultan and the Rock Star: The Next Generationcan't be far away. Look out, Netflix. Brendan Morrow