Infinity War Coming To Netflix, Despite New Streaming Service Looming

Streaming service has changed the scope of entertainment.

Sooner than later we’ll be able to see our favorite classics under one exclusive roof. We get it! We’re all still very emotion over the lost of half of the marvel-verse.

Earlier this year our worst nightmares became reality before our very eyes during the third installment of the Avengers franchise. Over the past ten years, Marvel has been building multiple storyline that co-exist amongst an ecosystem of characters that would reach this point.

The all powerful Thanos was able to collect all six Infinity stones, and with a simple finger snap some of our beloved dissolved and were killed out. Many fans have questions, will anyone be coming back, who will stay dead, and what new characters will be introduced to possibly reverse this tragic event.

One thing that has been confirmed is that Captain Marvel will be introduced to the Marvel-verse in a solo movie prior to joining characters in the untitled Avengers 4 movie. We expect that Josh Brolin will reprise his role as Thanos in what is rumored to be the final chapter in Avengers. The movie will officially debut on Netflix on Christmas Day, so make sure to gear up and enjoy the holiday as a family.

However the celebration is not expected to stay around too long. An announcement was made earlier this year that Disney will be starting it’s own streaming service for it’s movies which will present a big issue for movie streaming platforms. Marvel movies, along with Star Wars, Pixar, and National Geographic is content that can possibly be pulled off Netflixx.

The streaming service provider will be called Disney+, and will be expected to generate a large sum of money based of the large catalog of Disney.

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