Avengers: Endgame will stream solely on Disney+, the company’s up and coming streaming service, starting on December 11th, around one month after the service’s launch. Disney CEO Bob Iger made the declaration as a major aspect of the company’s quarterly income report this afternoon.
Iger additionally noticed that the company is “very pleased with our Q2 results and thrilled with the record-breaking success of Endgame,” including that it is as of now the second-most astounding earning film ever, following James Cameron’s Avatar. Endgame broke records with its release,, pulling in more than $1.2 billion amid its opening end of the week, which bested Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ $517 million worldwide opening weekend.
Disney+ is a main focus for the company, as per past comments from Iger. He and a board of other Disney executives told investors in April that Disney+ will launch on November 12th for $6.99 a month, or $69.99 annually. That is considerably less expensive than Netflix’s present $10.99 essential subscription plan. Iger said those prices will increase as more content is added to the service.
Although Endgame won’t appear on Disney+ until December 11th, the film will most likely be available to purchase on DVD and Blu-ray before then.