The Avengers: Endgame will land on Disney + a month earlier than expected, moving from December 11 to November 12 in the United States. Changing the date makes Endgame the opening title.
During a conversation with investors in May, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that Endgame would be available on Disney + on December 11th. Iger noted that the placement of Endgame would come "only a month after the service was launched." That date was later confirmed by Marvel Studios chief honcho Kevin Fage of D23, the Disney Biennial Congress in August.
That's why some Marvel titles, such as Thor: Ragnarok Black Panther, and ] The Avengers: Infinite War is not available at launch. Disney's previous deal with Netflix, which includes films released between January 2016 and December 2018, means that these films will remain on Netflix until the end of 2019. That's why Star Wars: The Last Jedi is also not there. , They will launch on Disney + in early 2020.
Don't worry though: there are a few other Marvel movies to watch in the meantime. Iron Man, Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, and Captain Marvel will all be on Disney + at launch. It just means … most of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is not available. After all, almost all MCU movies will end up on Disney +. (There's no word yet on whether Disney will get the streaming rights to Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: Far From Home . ) It's just going to take some time.
The full Disney + launch kit that includes Avatar is now available.