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Netflix will become the exclusive home for Disney films in September 2016

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Netflix has announced that beginning this fall, it will become the exclusive home for the streaming of the latest films from Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm and Pixar. This, according to a blog post at

This will begin in September 2016.

Netflix has made an exclusive deal with Disney and its subsidiaries, so no Hulu or Amazon Prime for those films.

Specific films have not yet been named, but will likely include a vast range of movies from cartoons to Star Wars.

According to CNET, this is a deal that is four years in the making. In 2012, Netflix and Disney said they had reached an agreement to make Netflix the exclusive subscription television provider of first-run, live-action and animated feature films.

CLICK HERE for an FAQ from CNET on this agreement.

Until September, the subscription television channel Starz has the rights to Disney films, according to CNET.

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