Disney+ has officially released, it might not seem as popular in the market right now, but the service will be a potential game-changer of how the audience utilizes media. There is no denying the fact being Disney is one of the biggest movie franchises all-round, that exclusively now has its own streaming service, can now release movies directly to its service. Meaning movies like Star Wars, Avatar, and even marvel could land upon this streaming platform. However, the question still remains whether Disney+ will make its impact on movie theaters by having movies exclusively released for its streaming medium.
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The main argument posing Disney+ is regarding its membership that would require people to buy it to stay intact with MCU. Marvel is already producing exclusive content for Disney+ that will be a canon with the collaboration with MCU that will have an impact on the upcoming marvel events. For instance, Jeremy Renner’s Hawkeye having an amazing flexibly styled character, with exclusive online leather Jackets available will be Kate Bishop’s trainer in the upcoming series. That seems to be a very drastic change, confusing the viewers whether they should opt to attend theater sessions or skips out on Disney+ marvel offerings.
So if a Marvel studio is producing films for Disney+, which presently is offering a seven day free trial period for viewers, why restrict it for ongoing series?. Not all consider Marvel movies as the hot show in cinema, but there is no denying that there has been a lot of creative and entertaining content being developed by that studio, using the latest technology to craft CGI graphics, with a highly skilled team of professionals, generating massive revenue.