Marvel fans with Disney+ subscriptions finally have access to the entire library of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Disney may have launched its own streaming site with a number of surefire titles in its roster in November last year, however, the House of Mouse couldn't fully complete its Marvel and Star Wars library with a few of its films stuck in Netflix.
Before it decided to join the streaming game, Disney had a deal with Netflix wherein the streaming giant would stream the media giant's recent offerings after the movies would complete their theatrical release. Though Disney opted against renewing this arrangement with Netflix at the end of 2018, the contract with the streaming company made sure that every Marvel Studios movie from that year had to stream on Netflix for 18 months.
That included Avengers: Infinity War, Black Panther, and Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Over the past few months, Disney was able to regain the streaming rights to the first two films. This week, according to Heroic Hollywood, the House of Mouse finally has Ant-Man and the Wasp, meaning that Disney+ finally has a complete collection of all the offerings in the MCU.
This gives fans a place to watch all of Marvel's movies – if they haven't collected the Blu-Ray copies of the movies already.
Marvel fans would be remiss not to have a marathon right now. The COVID-19 pandemic has left us with little to do, so why not review the MCU one more time?
Phase 4 of the MCU begins when Black Widow premiers on November 6, 2020.