Every Star Wars Movie Will Stream on Disney+

©2016 Lucas Film Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
©2016 Lucas Film Ltd. All Rights Reserved.

Disney fans who have been eagerly awaiting more details on Disney+, the company's previously announced dedicated streaming service, just got an earful of answers on what to expect when the service makes its debut. As part of Disney's Investor Day, the company announced Disney+'s official launch date (November 12, 2019) as well as its price point ($6.99 per month). The Mouse House also confirmed that the entirety of the Star Wars franchise will be available on the service (even if not right away).

While films from the Star Wars saga have been sporadically available on Netflix, the Disney+ platform will feature all of the movies from all of the franchise's trilogies, as well as a tie-in animated series. Standalone films such as Rogue One and Solo: A Star Wars Story will also be available for streaming.

Though the service will launch in November, not all of the company's Star Wars content will be in its library from the get-go. All franchise installments through The Force Awakens will reportedly be available upon the service’s launch, with all content after that, such as The Last Jedi and Solo, popping up later on.

Plans for the service are being reported to start at $6.99 per month or $70 per year. Disney also announced many other exciting additions to the platform, including The Simpsons (which came about as part of their recent deal with 21st Century Fox) and several original Marvel series.

Look Back at All 23 MCU Films With the Infinity Saga Box Set Trailer

Marvel Studios
Marvel Studios

While there had been plenty of popular Marvel movies prior to 2008’s Iron Man, everything changed when Robert Downey Jr. stepped into the role of Tony Stark and began the Marvel Cinematic Universe. With that came the Infinity Saga, the culmination of all 23 films of phases one, two, and three of the MCU, concluding with the bittersweet Avengers: Endgame earlier this year. While fans are no doubt excited to follow Phase 4 with all the new, exciting films to come, nothing will ever be the same again.

Now that it’s all over, Marvel Studios is releasing an Infinity Saga box set of all the MCU films so far, and according to ComicBook.com, the upcoming release has also come with an emotional trailer. After debuting at San Diego Comic-Con earlier this summer, fans can now see the trailer on YouTube. 

The trailer features the biggest moments in the Infinity Saga leading up to Iron Man snapping the universe back into place, and sacrificing himself in the process. “What a world—universe, now,” Tony’s voice narrates. He’s got that right.

With Phase 4 of the MCU not picking back up until May 2020 with Black Widow, buying this box set might not be a bad idea. A release date has not been announced yet.

El Camino, the Breaking Bad Movie, Is Coming to Theaters

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Doug Hyun/AMC

On October 11, Netflix will unleash El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie on the world at midnight. But for those Los Pollos Hermanos-loving fans who want the theatrical experience, Entertainment Weekly reports that the film will also screen in cinemas across 68 cities from October 11 to October 13.

Breaking Bad creator Vince Gilligan told The Hollywood Reporter that he filmed the movie—his feature film directorial debut—in CinemaScope 2.39 wide-screen format, making it an ideal film to watch in a theater. “Every time we’d put out a new season of Breaking Bad, we would have a premiere in a big movie theater,” Gilligan said. “I always thought, ‘This thing, it looks like a movie. It doesn’t look like a show.’ I really want to be able to share that with fans.”

Not much is known about the Jesse Pinkman movie, which filmed in secrecy last year. However, during this Sunday’s Emmys broadcast, a longer trailer will be released.

Here’s what we do know, though: Gilligan told The Hollywood Reporter he worked with a fairly high budget and was able to film outside of Albuquerque. Ten “familiar” Breaking Bad characters will make appearances, including Jesse's beloved pal Badger. No matter what, the movie—whether watched in theaters, on your couch, or at your desk—will be an epic event.

To find tickets, click here and type in your city. Several shows in NYC are already sold out, so it’s best to purchase tickets sooner rather than later.

[h/t Entertainment Weekly]

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