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Most Marvel movies added to Disney Plus launch lineup

Much more of the Marvel Cinematic Universe than expected will be available on the streaming platform day one.

Disney has apparently worked out a last minute deal to pull most of Marvel Studios movies from Netflix to be available on its new Disney+ streaming service, which will be released tomorrow. In a Twitter thread posted today, the company revealed that Avengers: EndgameCaptain MarvelIron Man 3 and more will be available day one, instead of in 2020 like previously expected.

In fact, it appears the only Marvel Studios titles that will remain on Netflix until 2020 are now (Black Panther, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Avengers: Infinity War, and Thor: Ragnarok).

Disney+ will begin streaming tomorrow with an absolutely massive back catalog of movies and television shows, originals such as The Mandalorian, and a lot more. You can pre-order now.

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