WandaVision and Other Marvel Disney+ TV Shows Reportedly Not Coming to Blu-Ray. Disney and Marvel Studios, as it stands, have no plans to release the live-action MCU shows on Blu-ray in the future. Fans of physical media who also happen to like shows such as WandaVision may be out of luck.
Will Disney plus shows be released on Blu-Ray?
While fans look to get Blu-Ray or DVD copies of the Disney+ Marvel shows, there still are no plans to release any of them on physical media. … It is becoming clear that when Disney advertises its streaming service as being the exclusive home of these shows, it really means that it is the exclusive home of these shows.
Will Disney stop releasing DVDs?
As of now, Disney has not made an announcement that they will discontinue putting their movies and TV shows out on DVD and Blu-Rays. The way that streaming is trending however it wouldn’t be a surprise in a few years if Disney only releases films onto their streaming platform and stops making them on physical media.
Is Stranger things on Blu-Ray?
Stranger Things: The Complete First Season Blu-ray (A Netflix Original Series) [Season 1 Bluray] Available at a lower price from other sellers that may not offer free Prime shipping.
Will Falcon and the Winter Soldier be on DVD?
That doesn’t mean we’ll never see The Falcon and the Winter Soldier on DVD in the future. The same applies to WandaVision and Loki. However, for now, it’s not happening. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is only available to stream on Disney Plus.
Will the Marvel TV shows come out on DVD?
Collectors of MCU releases will be disappointed as Disney has no plans to release Marvel TV shows on physical media. … When it comes to Marvel TV content like WandaVision or Loki, there’s allegedly no plans to release any of them on DVD/Blu-Ray.
How Much Is Disney plus?
If you’re a big fan of Marvel, Star Wars or just classic fairytales, you already know that having a Disney+ subscription is a must. At its current increased price of $7.99, though, it’s not the cheapest streaming platform on the market.
Is the Disney vault still a thing?
Disney+, the company’s upcoming streaming service, will carry Disney’s entire catalog of animated films, ending Disney’s long-standing “vault” program.
Will Disney stop releasing physical media?
Though well-known industry insider Bill Hunt corroborated this rumour over at The Digital Bits website, Disney later released a statement formally denying this, stating that “there are no plans to discontinue releases in a particular format”.