premieres on March 8th in theaters around the world, and it’s likely that it’ll bring in massive revenue for Disney. But once its theatrical run ends, you won’t be able to catch it on Netflix.
The revelation that Captain Marvel won’t make it to Netflix this year came during Disney’s investor call on Tuesday. Per The Verge,
While Iger said that Captain Marvel will be the first
Iger said that creatives across Disney’s biggest brands, including Marvel, Pixar, and Lucasfilm are already working on content for Disney+.
“We have a number of creative engines across our company, many of which are dedicating their time and talents to develop content for the Disney+ platform,” Iger said. “Many are the same innovators driving the prolific success of Disney, Pixar, Lucasfilm, and Marvel. We look forward to leveraging National Geographic for even more content on Disney+.”
But just because it’s focusing more and more on Disney+, the company doesn’t plan to “adjust the theatrical window,” the CEO said.