The House of Mouse is rebooting four of it’s modern classic films for its Disney+ platform.
Disney CEO Bob Iger said yesterday that they will create “re-imagined versions” of “Home Alone,” “Cheaper By The Dozen,” “Night At The Museum,” and “Diary Of A Wimpy Kid.” That’s where he left it, so we’ll have to wait for details.
Meanwhile, Disney is looking to make a splash when it debuts its new streaming subscription service by bundling three products. The company announced in its earnings report today that it will bundle the new Disney+ with Hulu and ESPN+ for about 13 dollars a month. The three bought separately would cost consumers about 18 dollars a month.
Disney+ will cost about seven dollars a month for those who don't want to bundle. That service is scheduled to begin on November 12th. It will include Disney, Pixar, Marvel, and Star Wars movies as well as National Geographic programming.
Source:Good Morning America