- Disney CEO Bob Iger said during an earnings call on Thursday that it’s upcoming streaming service will be called Disney+.
- Iger also said a prequel TV series to “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” is being developed, starring Diego Luna as Cassian Andor.
- Iger confirmed that a Loki TV series is being made spinning off from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed new details about the company’s upcoming Netflix competitor in an earnings call on Thursday, including sharing its name for the first time.
Iger said the name of the streaming service, expected to launch in late 2019, is Disney+. Disney revealed a logo for the service on Thursday, which you can see below. You can sign up for Disney+ updates here.
Iger said that a Loki TV series is in development for the service with Tom Hiddleston reprising his role, confirming a Variety report that Disney is making shows spinning off of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
A new “Star Wars” live-action TV series is also being developed that will be a prequel to “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,”