Disney movies coming to Hulu starting next year: Sources

Hulu is set to officially launch Disney Movies Anywhere in 2018, the first Disney movie to launch on the service.

The Disney Movies anywhere service will allow subscribers to rent, download and stream all of Disney’s movies, animated films and TV shows to a variety of devices, including Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, Google Chromecast Ultra, Samsung Chromecast and Xbox One S.

Disney Movies Anytime will also be available for purchase on Amazon.com and Apple’s App Store.

The service will be available on Apple TV and Amazon Fire TVs, and the Google Chromecasts Amazon Fire and Chromecast 4K TVs.

The first movie to be added to Disney Movies anytime is The Little Mermaid.

It is slated to hit Hulu in 2019.

The movie was originally slated to launch in theaters in 2019 but was delayed to 2018.

The film was originally set to premiere in theaters on May 23, 2019, but was pushed back to June 1, 2019 to allow Disney to keep the film on the schedule.

‘Captain America: Civil War’ review: What you need to know from the first trailer

When Captain America: The Winter Soldier debuted, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige was on the record stating that the next Captain America movie would be a reboot of the franchise.

Since then, the Russo brothers have been mum about the project, but the next film is expected to be titled Captain America 3, which will star Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Sebastian Stan, Jeremy Renner, Michael Douglas, Anthony Mackie, Chadwick Boseman, Samuel L. Jackson, Anthony Hopkins, Frank Grillo, and Michael B. Jordan.

The first Captain America trailer was released back in April and featured the return of Iron Man, who returned to Earth to defeat Ultron.

Feige has since confirmed that the sequel will be titled Avengers: Civil Wars, but there’s been no official confirmation on the title.

Captain America is an icon in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, so if he’s returning, the sequel’s release is going to be a big deal.