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Disney+ to launch in SA in May


Disney+ is set to launch in South Africa on May 18 at R119 per month.

Oscar Isaac as Moon Knight in Marvel Studios’ ‘Moon Knight’. Picture: Marvel Studios 2022

DISNEY+ will launch in South Africa on 18 May 2022.

South African pricing has also been announced at R119 per month, or R1,190 for an annual subscription.

With exclusive original content and thousands of episodes and movies from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic and general entertainment from Star, Disney+ is the streaming home for some of the world’s most beloved stories.

Subscribers will have access to Star Wars’ “The Book of Boba Fett” and “The Mandalorian” from executive producer and writer Jon Favreau.

In addition, the Marvel Studios’ series “Moon Knight”, starring Oscar Isaac as Steven Grant, which sees a mild-mannered gift-shop employee becoming plagued with blackouts and memories of another life, as well as “Shang-Chi and the Legend of The Ten Rings” starring Simu Liu and Awkwafina, will also be available at launch.

Subscribers will also be able to enjoy Disney and Pixar’s “Luca”, Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Academy Award-winning “Encanto”, which tells the tale of an extraordinary family called the Madrigals and Academy Award-winning “Cruella” starring Emma Stone as the legendary “Cruella de Vil”.

In general entertainment, subscribers will also be able to watch titles including “The Simpsons”, “Queens”, and “The Kardashians”.

From National Geographic, fans will have access to both seasons of “The World According To Jeff Goldblum”, that sees Jeff take us on an entertaining, insightful and playful ride.

In each episode of this 12-part series, he pulls on the thread of a deceptively familiar object to unravel a world of astonishing connections and fascinating science and history.

Disney+ offers access to high-quality viewing up to four concurrent streams, unlimited downloads on up to ten devices, and the ability to set up to seven different profiles, including the ability for parents to set Kids Profiles that have an easy-to-navigate, child-friendly interface to access age-appropriate content.

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