Discussion in 'Konoha Theatre' started by Cardboard Tube Knight, Feb 2, 2009.
So what? Just have an open marriage.
I never knew Terrance was like this
His name is spelled right there in the video and you still got it wrong.
you might have to report me for that one, officer
Todd Phil is absolutely Based!
Why is there not a thread for Maleficent 2?
Theater, I have a bit of a confession to make...
I think Moana, Tangled, Zootopia, Finding Nemo and Up were all kinda shit. I'm sorry
I dunno, because you haven't made it yet? I just saw it last night.
So apparently Disney is keeping most of Fox's shit under a vault and won't allow for repertory screenings in movie theaters.
Why do you people want this piece of shit company to buy everything else again? To make room for more capeshit and star wars?
yeah, it's sad.
Nothing wrong with that move.
Disney+ launching in two days.
Are your bodies ready?
If you don't give a shit about movies as a medium that should be preserved or are just a Disney tool, maybe. For anyone else, it's just standard Disney bullshit.
Disney+ launching at 6 AM PST (12 noon CET).
Initially only in the US, Canada, and (randomly) Netherlands, but it should roll out in the rest of the world soon enough.
cancelling Netflix and anticipating to relive my childhood forever in 3....2.....1.....
Just for a sense of the scale, between Snow White (1937) and Ralph Break the Internet (2018), Disney has produced .
Throwing in direct-to-video sequels, non-animated films (like the MCU), and the Fox catalogue, the entire Disney+ library is advertised as being around 300 films. If you watch one per day, you'll be at it for almost a year before you run out.
In b4 "A Year of Disney!" Aka Disney channel shows every movie by release date everyday for a year.
Not sure why I'm so excited about it when it won't even be available in my territory at launch.
I suppose I just have a feeling that I'm about to experience an event that will change entertainment forever.
In anticipation of Disney+ launching, Disney is of course doing their best to remove their content from competing platforms as soon as contracts will allow, to funnel all traffic to their own site.
The rapture seems to have already begun on Hong Kong Netflix (which I'm VPN-ing to because NFLX doesn't have a mainland version). Typing "Disney" into the search bar yields only four feature results:
48. Bolt (2008)
49. The Princess and the Frog (2009)
50. Tangled (2010)
53. Frozen (2013)
I'm not a lawyer, but the fact these were all released inside a five-year period suggests that they're still up because of the then-current licensing contract. Not sure why 51. Winnie the Pooh (2011) and 52. Wreck-it-Ralph (2012) are missing, though.
So this Disney+ rollout seems to be going extraordinarily well.
I get that the US and Canada were first to get it, but the Netherlands seems kind of random.
I think you know very well why this is missing.