When Disney+ arrives on the streaming scene this fall, it'll boast a ton of content from the House of Mouse, but one title that won't be available on the sure-to-be-sprawling library right away is Avengers: Endgame, now the highest-grossing film of all time.
Although the blockbuster is currently available to rent or purchase through Amazon and other VOD services, Disney has scheduled its arrival to its streaming service for Wednesday, Dec. 11. So, if you decide to invest in Disney's new streaming game in hopes of seeing all the Marvel flicks and TV series in one place, don't fret over the absence of Avengers: Endgame from the initial roll-out. It'll be there. Just maybe not as soon as you'd hoped.
The good news is that, in the meantime, several other Marvel titles, like Captain Marvel, Iron Man, Iron Man 2, and Thor: The Dark World, will be available on launch day along with a large number of other offerings from the House of Mouse. The other good news is, judging by all the box-office busting the flick did during its theatrical run, you've already seen it at least twice.
Disney+ will launch on Tuesday, Nov. 12, with its biggest title to-date coming along a few weeks later on Dec. 11. Find out more about what's coming to the streaming service.