Disney+ will of course be the home of streaming Disney content come November 12, 2019.
Unfortunately, it’s not all perfect for Disney. Some popular titles, including a large number of Marvel movies, won’t be available at launch, and others will have to leave the service for periods of time.
The great news is that if you stay subscribed to Disney+ and downloaded content that has been removed, you’ll be able to continue to watch it offline.
Disney Plus will lose titles for periods of time. The company hasn’t detailed these library gaps, but at least one of them will move popular movies from 2016 through 2018 off Disney Plus back onto Netflix in about six years.
“But by and large, almost all of it is there,” Iger said about the Disney catalog. “And if you’re a subscriber, you can download it and put it on a device, and it will stay on the device as long as you continue to subscribe.”
“If you wanted to download 10 classic Disney films that may not have all been available at once before, you can do that, basically fill all of your hard drive on one of your devices, and you or your child can watch wherever they are,” he said