- Oct 31, 2017
Iger just announced it on the call. He mentioned a couple of other countries, but I forgot what they were.
Nope. I can’t stand practices like this. But I was thrilled befor this. But this didn’t help. That I can tell you. There are other ways to get the content. It’s just that easy. In the meantime Netflix is enough for me.
We don’t know how hard Disney is going after VPNs yet or how hard they’ll make international subscribing, so there’s a chance you have pretend you’re an American for a few months. Disney may be really lax at first in their Herculean effort to have the strongest numbers possible for the launch quarter.
Sure, defintely, but if Disney brings good content, enough content, for a price that's worth it, you'll bite ;) is my bet..
You guys know VPNs are a thing right?
Both Netflix and Viasat are currently showing Disney movies. I fear we might have to wait a bit.
Get ready for the UK to be missing loads of stuff as they’ve already sold it exclusively to Sky/NowTV.
I very much doubt that.
One question I have is, why one of their prominent rides (Splash Mountain) on Disneyland is still linked to that movie?