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If you're in the Netherlands, then you're in for a treat - because as well as it being a pretty cool place to live, Disney has released a free trial version of new streaming service, Disney+.
The launch has taken everyone a bit by surprise as the official release date for America is currently set at 12 November - and we still don't know when we're getting it in the UK.
The free pilot will run until the official launch, then it will cost €6.99 a month, or $6.99 when it launches in the US.
It's currently live on the Android app through the Google Play store, and iOS app, though you can also access it through browsers.
Those who are lucky enough to get their hands on it are saying that the platform is well-designed, but it lacks the volume of content Netflix currently offers.
Despite it being previously reported that only four Marvel movies would make it to the Disney+ platform at launch -Captain Marvel, Thor: The Dark World, Iron Man, and Iron Man 3; with Avengers: Endgame available later in December - the Dutch version has 18 Marvel titles.
The Marvel titles are:
Noticeably, Captain Marvel is missing. Perhaps the selection of films has something to do with different licensing agreements in different countries, so the US and UK may still only get four. According to The Verge, 'The pilot also has the entire Star Wars franchise available to stream, from Episode I to VIII, including Star Wars specials, series, and Lego shorts.'
There's also a 4K Ultra HD and HDR section which has 17 titles. Here's the full list of 4K titles available on the free version:
Needless to say, if you're a Disney fan, you're going to have plenty to watch over the next few months.
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