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Disney-labeled films leave Netflix in September

Scene from the movie ‘Funny Mind’ animation by Pixar Officl Website/Dissemination

Productions from Pixar, Marvel and Disney Channel will be part of the company’s streaming platform catalog, Disney+

As of September 1st, the Netflix catalog will suffer a great decrease. Disney films, among them Pixar and Marvel productions, will come out of the streaming channel. The movement was expected, since in November the Disney+ platform arrives in Brazil, which will gather the house titles in one place.
At the beginning of the month, Netflix will release the superhero films Thor (2011), The Avengers (2012) and Captain America 2: The Invernal Soldier (2014); the series from the same universe S.H.I.E.L. Agents. D.; and the animations Looking for Nemo (2003), The Incredible (2004), Cars 1 and 2 (2006 and 2011), Up – High Adventures (2009), Funny Mind (2015), Man-Formiga (2015) and Looking for Dory (2016). Also
the films The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Sorceress and the Wardrobe (2005) and The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008), co-productions signed by Disney, leave the boat. From September 15, the three features of the Toy Story series (from 1995, 1999 and 2010) will be released from the catalog
Productions from the studio’s children’s channels, such as Princess Sofia, Agent K.C., The Lion’s Guard and Ducktales: The Adventure Hunters will also leave the popular streaming platform early next month.

The series of superheroes made in co-production between Disney and Netflix continues there – and with no danger of being withdrawn – with titles such as Demolidor, The Defenders, Jessica Jones, Punisher and Company.

One year after its debut in the United States, the Disney+ platform announced that it will begin operating in Brazil on November 17. It has not yet been disclosed the amount of the subscription that will be charged here

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