While Disney relies heavily on nostalgia for the content of its vast archives to push its upcoming Disney + package, one drawback is that licensing deals signed years ago will mean that some movies are not always available. In the past, the content of the business model was restricted, turning the classics in and out of the Disney vault to encourage purchases while they were available. As CEO Bob Iger explained during an interview at the 201
Asked about older movies (about 25 minutes into the video below), he referred to last week's three-hour "All Your Favorite" reel and said there were "some, but very few ", Which will sometimes be removed from the service. However, while someone is an active Disney + subscriber, he said that he will still be able to watch downloaded copies of these movies anyway. This is not the perfect solution, but it may encourage some people to get – and keep – this annual subscription, even in future years, if Disney ever raises prices. Disney + launches on November 12, with $ 6.99 per month / $ 69.99 annualized price.