Disney+ Adds More Marvel Studios Films Ahead of Launch – Here’s Why ‘Infinity War’ Isn’t Included

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Disney+ Adds More Marvel Studios Films Ahead of Launch – Here’s Why ‘Infinity War’ Isn’t Included
Disney+ gave subscribers an early present on Monday, announcing that a bunch more of Marvel Studios films will be available when the streaming service launches on Tuesday.

The long-awaited direct-to-consumer offering will now feature the majority of its films from Marvel Studios, including all three “Iron Man” films and every “Avengers” film, except for “Infinity War.” The company announced the new titles in a thread of tweets on Monday afternoon.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe consists of 23 films currently, and Disney+ will have 16 of those films. The only holdouts as of Monday afternoon are films for which Disney not hold distribution rights, such as “The Incredible Hulk” and the two “Spider-Man” films with Tom Holland, which were done in partnership with Sony. It is not clear as to when those films will be made available on Disney+.

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