'Netflix for Disney' has launched and you can get a free one-month trial

The UK-only subscription service DisneyLife will offer films, TV, books, music, and apps. 

Clarisse Loughrey
Tuesday 24 November 2015 13:45
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Never one to lag on the technological front, Disney has now taken the step to launch its very own streaming service with the suitably world domineering-titled DisneyLife. 

Though a fair chunk of Disney's movies are already available on multiple streaming platforms like Netflix, the new UK-exclusive service boasts that it will contain "the biggest Disney movie collection in one digital membership."

This includes animation classics like The Jungle Book, live-action features like the Pirates of the Caribbean series, and Pixar's own back catalogue of tearjerkers; all alongside plenty of additional content, from bloopers to behind-the-scenes featurettes. One thing worth nothing, though: Disney-owned Marvel and Star Wars content isn't included at this time. 

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