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Thank you for making this list! Howard, the documentary about the late Howard Ashman, has also yet to be added on Disney+. It was supposed to be included in late 2019 (or at least that's what I've seen in articles and the Disney+ YT channel). That was the only reason I've subscribed to the streaming service. Unfortunately, there are no blu-ray/digital copy editions of the movie, either.


I'd also put "James and the Giant Peach" in the GLOBAL RIGHTS NOT OWNED BY DISNEY section given that Disney doesn't have the full distribution rights to this movie in Europe (Mainly the UK, France and Germany) as it's distributed by Allied Filmmakers.Also don't forget Glee (20th Century TV, 2009-2015, 6 seasons).


Good list but I don't think it's fair to list stuff on Hulu. Granted, it be nice to just have one service but Hulu belongs to Disney. I feel that should be considered Disney+ Dark.That said, yeah there's a ton of stuff that should and are hopefully planned to come soon. I especially support anything with 'Muppet' in the title. I love the four movies and Muppet Moments is cute but the Muppet selection is pitiful. It kills me that the newest Muppet series is there but not the classic show. I understand licensing problems but I wish Disney would open the purse strings for one of the best series.Also need Enchanted. Just love that film :)


But you're missing the big picture, just because Diary of a Future President and the upcoming "life and deaf" being produced by CBS Television Studios and airing on Disney+ doesn't necessarily mean that Sabrina and "Sister Sister" will ALSO air on the service as well because again, and last time saying this, if a show is produced and developed by Disney and it's subsidiaries (ABC Studios/Touchstone Television, 20th Century Television) like Boy Meets World, Lost, Desperate Housewives, Golden Girls, Modern Family, among many others then they own the show, but if they did NOT produce/develop a particular show or movie (with some exceptions) that is owned by an outside production company (e.g. Warner Bro.s Television, Sony Pictures Television, CBS Television studios) such as Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Pretty Little Liars, The Middle, Pushing Daisies, The Goldbergs, My Babysitter's a Vampire, Life with Derek, "Sister, Sister", Hotel Transylvania: The Series, and air the show on Disney Channel or ABC then they don't own the full rights to the series. The reason Diary and the upcoming "Life and Deaf" are airing on Disney+ was a decision made by the production company CBS Television studios and the people at Disney+ who gave it a go as it felt family-friendly on the service.


Josh I'm asking once and not asking again please move Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney". Literally Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in North America, but internationally it's not the case. The international rights for Bicentennial Man are owned by Columbia/Sony Pictures, Bridge to Terabithia international rights are fully owned by Summit Entertainment who have full distribution rights in international markets instead of Disney, while the international rights to The Post are owned by Universal Pictures. Also please move Monte Carlo (2011), The Three Stooges (2012), Snow White and the Three Stooges (1961), Life of Pi (2012), The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013), and The Book of Life (2014) to the "20th Century Studios And Affiliated Labels (Pre-2012 Releases)" "and 20th Century Films Since 2012" for the next update? Literally the majority of these films are family friendly and rated PG as well as being the kind of movies more suited to air on Disney+ than say Hulu/Star.


Also Josh can you please move Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney". Literally Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in North America, but internationally it's not the case. The international rights for Bicentennial Man are owned by Columbia/Sony Pictures not Touchstone Pictures, Bridge to Terabithia's international rights are fully owned by Walden Media and Summit Entertainment who have full distribution rights in international markets instead of Disney, while the international rights to The Post are owned by Universal Pictures. I'd also vouch to remove "(Available in Some Countries)" for Dan in Real Life while at the same time, move the film to the "Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" section? Because Disney/Touchstone doesn't own International rights to "Dan in Real Life" Focus Features have it, nor is the film on ANY of their International Disney+ services including the United Kingdom/Ireland.


Josh I asked once and not asking again please move Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney". Literally Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in North America, but internationally it's not the case. The international rights for Bicentennial Man are owned by Columbia/Sony Pictures, Bridge to Terabithia international rights are fully owned by Walden Media and Summit Entertainment who have full distribution rights in international markets instead of Disney, while the international rights to The Post are owned by Universal Pictures. I'd also vouch to remove "(Available in Some Countries)" for Dan in Real Life while at the same time, move the film to the "Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" section? Because Disney/Touchstone doesn't own International rights to "Dan in Real Life" Focus Features have it, nor is the film on ANY of their International Disney+ services including the United Kingdom/Ireland


Also in regards to The Princess Bride copyright, it is a distribution rights mess cause literally Disney/20th Century Studios ONLY have the copyright to the film in North America (mainly the United States) while the international rights is a mess cause Lionsgate has the rights to the movie (through the Interaccess Film Distribution/Vestron Pictures) in the UK and who know who owns the distribution rights of the film in other countries which would likely explain why it's not on ANY of the International Disney+ services. Even James and the Giant Peach, The BFG and Valiant are in the same boat cause if you ask me I don't see it on some of the International Disney+ services (especially the UK/Ireland and Germany). Finally I asked once, I asked twice and not asking again can you PLEASE MOVE Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney". Literally Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in North America, but internationally it's not the case. The international rights for Bicentennial Man are owned by Columbia/Sony Pictures not Touchstone Pictures, Bridge to Terabithia's international rights are fully owned by Walden Media and Summit Entertainment who have full distribution rights in international markets instead of Disney, while the international rights to The Post are owned by Universal Pictures. I'd also vouch to remove "(Available in Some Countries)" for Dan in Real Life while at the same time, move the film to the "Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" section? Because Disney/Touchstone doesn't own International rights to "Dan in Real Life" Focus Features have it, nor is the film on ANY of their International Disney+ services including the United Kingdom/Ireland.


Josh I asked once, I asked twice and not asking again can you please move Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney". Literally Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in North America, but internationally it's not the case. The international rights for Bicentennial Man are owned by Columbia/Sony Pictures not Touchstone Pictures, Bridge to Terabithia's international rights are fully owned by Walden Media and Summit Entertainment who have full distribution rights in international markets instead of Disney, while the international rights to The Post are owned by Universal Pictures. I'd also vouch to remove "(Available in Some Countries)" for Dan in Real Life while at the same time, move the film to the "Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" section? Because Disney/Touchstone doesn't own International rights to "Dan in Real Life" Focus Features have it, nor is the film on ANY of their International Disney+ services including the United Kingdom/Ireland.


I still continue to see Bicentennial Man (1999) Starring Robin Williams, "Dan in Real Life" "The Post" and Bridge to Terabithia (2007) not being put under to "Often-Requested Titles With Global Rights Not Owned By Disney". Literally, Disney ONLY owns the rights to the films in North America, but internationally it's not the case. The international rights for Bicentennial Man are FULLY owned by Columbia/Sony Pictures, Bridge to Terabithia international rights are fully owned by Walden Media and Summit Entertainment who have full distribution rights in international markets instead of Disney (especially in Latin America, Europe and Asia), the international rights to The Post are owned by Universal Pictures not 20th Century Fox. Dan in Real Life also need to be moved to the "Global Rights Not Owned By Disney" section, Because Disney/Touchstone doesn't own International rights to "Dan in Real Life" Focus Features has it, nor is the film on ANY of their International Disney+ services including the United Kingdom/Ireland, besides 20th Century Fox doesn't have the rights to Dan in Real Life.


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