The Amazon today announced a content licensing agreement with Disney, making Prime Video the streaming service for a selection of company titles in Latin America. The collection includes a variety of box office and critically acclaimed Disney catalogs, including Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame, from Marvel Studios; the latest animated films such as Ralph WiFi - Breaking the Internet and, from Disney and Pixar, Toy Story 4, in addition to several other famous ones, such as The Lion King, Aladdin and Mary Poppins Returns.
From today, October 1, and until September 2020, the agreement will bring other successful films and series, such as Pirates of the Caribbean; Pixar classics like The Incredibles and Insect's life; in addition to award-winning and acclaimed series, including Grey's Anatomy, American Horror Story and How I Met Your Mother.
“Amazon is committed to offering Prime Video subscribers in Latin America the best licensed and original content. Disney library films and series are among the most popular titles in the world. Our customers will love to watch classic works and the most recent ones ”, said Pablo Iacoviello, Prime Video's Content Director for Latin America.
As of today, Prime Video has started adding new features, offering customers across Latin America unlimited streaming access to:
• The latest box office hits from the Marvel cinematic universe, such as Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame, in addition to films from other phases of the Marvel universe, such as Iron Man, Thor the Dark World, Doctor Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
• Versions in live action famous animations such as The Lion King, Mary Poppins Returns, The Nutcracker and the Four Kingdoms, Beauty and the Beast, Maleficent and the sequence, Maleficent: Owner of Evil
• Epic animated films, such as Ralph WiFi - Breaking the Internet, Big hero operation, Tangled, Toy Story 1 The 4, Zootopia and Moana, in addition to classics, such as The princess and the Frog and Lilo & Stitch
• All seasons of successful series, such as Grey's Anatomy, The Walking Dead, American Horror Story and How I Met Your Mother
The titles included in the agreement with Disney will be available on Amazon Prime Video throughout Latin America and can be accessed via applications for Smart TVs, equipment that include Fire TV stick and mobile and online devices. Subscribers will also be able to download titles to watch offline at no additional cost. Prime Video is one of the benefits available to Amazon Prime customers in Brazil and Mexico.