Mouse House streamer Disney Plus is set to launch on September 15 in eight more European countries.
New territories include Portugal, Belgium, Finland, Iceland, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden and Denmark. The service is currently available in the United States, Ireland, France, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and Spain.
In Portugal, Belgium, Finland, Iceland and Luxembourg, the service costs 6.99 ($ 7.87) per year or more. 69.99 (. 78.84) will be spent. In Norway, it would cost monthly NOK69 (7.18) or NOK689 (. 71.72); SEK69 ($ 7.36) or SEK689 (.5 73.57) in Sweden; And DKK59 ($ 8.91) or DKK589 ($ 89) in Denmark.
Among the titles available at the launch were “The Mandorurian” from executive producer and author John Favreau; “High School Musical: Musical: Series”; “World according to Jeff Goldblum”; “Go”; “Again!”; “Diary of Future President”; And “fantasy stories.”
In May, Disney announced that Streamer has 54.5 million subscribers. The company has forecast -0-90 million customers by 2024. In 2019, the original content of the studios cost billion 1 billion, a figure that is expected to rise to 2.5 2.5 million by 2024.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, it bypassed Kenneth Branagh’s “Artemis Foul” movies and debuted at Disney Plus in a direct mixed review.
Of Variety Peter Debruze writes in his review: “‘Artemis Foul’ is the kick-off installment of Disney’s” Harry Potter “as a young-adult fantasy franchise that created its own corner of the sequel and March and the organization’s theme – Park Kingdom. Instead, it’s 20 years.” Then came the very late addition of the already crowded genre, with the slightest addition of words, the CGI, and a more narrow myth about the actual civilization of the more glamorous people – Perry and Goblins and Trolls – who live among us. “