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Disney is tweeting everything that's coming to Disney+

by Rodrigo Huggard (2020-03-01)


-text c-gray-1" >The Disney+ launch is less than a month away, and the streaming service is busy drumming up nostalgia in an attempt to hook users. Today, it started a massive tweet thread sharing " 온라인슬롯사이트 basically everything" coming to Disney+ on November 12th.

32580410_2310561448955791_82911388497031It. Is. Time. From Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to The Mandalorian, check out basically everything coming to #DisneyPlus in the U.S. on November 12.

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- Disney+ (@disneyplus) October 14, 2019It is impressive just how many titles Disney owns, and it's worth taking a look at the thread. As you'd expect, there are the classic Disney, Star Wars, Pixar, and Marvel titles -- plus remnants of the Fox empire. But the thread is also a reminder that Disney (and Fox) have made some shockingly terrible films, questionable movie posters and a surprising amount of dog movies -- The Biscuit Eater, The Shaggy D.A., How Dogs Got Their Shapes, Life is Ruff. Still, there's a good chance users will see something that they'll need to watch again -- like the Freaky Friday multiverse -- and from that point, there's no looking back.

The thread is both a jog down memory lane and a dangerous rabbit hole, so if you had a lot of work to do today, we recommend waiting to dive in until you have some free time.

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