She said: "While there is little question there are more direct-to-consumer services today than ultimately should survive, we have no doubt that Disney+ remains on the short list of products that should prevail longer-term".
You could well get your chance to do just that when the new Disney Plus streaming service launches later this year. It's our heart's desire come true.
That's because Disney's new streaming service, Disney+, scheduled to launch before the end of 2019, will have "the entire Disney motion picture library", according to a report from Polygon.
Disney traditionally released films to home video, DVD and BluRay for a limited time before returning them to "the vault", but with Disney+ the entire collection will be at your fingertips.
The company has been releasing films since the 1920s, including cultural landmarks such as Snow White and Cinderella, as well as modern classics like Moana and Coco.
At some point, fairly soon after launch, it will house the entire Disney motion picture library.
Content from Marvel, Pixar, and NatGeo will also be on the service. We're thinking about all the wonderful television shows Disney has produced over the years.
Iger also confirmed that newer Disney movie releases will make their way to Disney+ within a year of being released in cinemas, so you can quickly catch up with the adventures of Captain Marvel and friends.
Disney will soon end its vault program, which will nearly certainly gives the company a leg up in the upcoming streaming wars. The Walt Disney Company and 21st Century Fox are about to become one.
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