There isn’t long to go now until new streaming service Disney+ is with us, as the platform is set to launch on November 12. The media giant has been treating fans to a preview of new and upcoming content they can expect to access with a subscription, and the latest announcement has revealed that a number of Pixar shorts will be available.
Disney+ revealed that six shorts will be on offer for watching when the service launched. In a Twitter thread, further details were revealed about the upcoming content, in similar fashion to the thread where Disney unveiled the huge library of old movies which would be available.
The shorts are called Purl, Smash and Grab, Kitbull, Float, Wind and Loop. They are part of a series called Disney Pixar SparkShorts, which is an experimental concept that lets Pixar employees tell personal stories.
Purl, Smash and Grab and Kitbull were released online earlier in the year in order to facilitate marketing efforts for the upcoming streaming service. These three, plus Float, will be available with the platform from November 12. Wind will then become available in December and Loop will be released in January.
Similar trailers currently out for the service include Pixar IRL, which is a prank show featuring characters from the animation studio, and Forky Asks A Question, which will see the character from Toy Story 4 asking the other toys some deep questions about life.
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