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A quick refresher on how Disney Movies Anywhere works: Consumers can simply download the Disney Movies Anywhere app or access DisneyMoviesAnywhere.com, sign up for a free account or sign in through an existing Disney account (such as Disney Movie Rewards, ESPN or Disney Infinity), and begin exploring some 450 digital releases from Disney, Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars.
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Any eligible digital copy codes previously redeemed in Disney Movie Rewards with the same email address will automatically appear in your Disney Movies Anywhere account, and unredeemed digital copy codes from select Disney, Pixar and Marvel DVDs and Blu-rays can be added directly in the app or website.
Once you connect your digital retailers to Movies Anywhere, we bring your eligible movies from all of your connected accounts into one synced collection. All you have to do is connect your digital retailer accounts to your Movies Anywhere account and we do the rest. We also make sure all of your eligible movies are available to watch on all of your connected accounts.
Audio is even easier. Shocking as it may seem, you can still buy CDs. Rip them to a hard drive, and you have digital copies for as long as your hard drive lasts (and presumably, the CD will last even longer). Alternatively, you can buy and download DRM-free music and convert it to whatever file format you like or trust. iTunes and Amazon Music files are DRM-free, as are the downloads from many smaller music sites, many of which offer even higher-quality audio files. For older music downloads that have DRM, you can typically convert them to a DRM-free format such as FLAC or WAV.
The Walt Disney Studios announced today that movie lovers will be able to purchase a selection of their favorite films on digital at a special price in the U.S. Disney will offer select films starting at $4.99 for a limited time on digital platforms in the U.S. Organized into thematic collections, new films will become available each week throughout April and May and include something for everyone.
Disney Movies Anywhere long competed with UltraViolet, another digital locker service backed by Sony, Paramount and Lionsgate. Movies Anywhere is in many ways an attempt to unite the industry behind one single service. The new service is owned and operated by Disney, but has been backed by 20th Century Fox, Disney, Sony Pictures, Universal Pictures, and Warner Bros.
- Verify your Digital Code is eligible on RedeemDigitalMovie.com. Check the text printed on the outer edge of one of the movie discs or on the bottom of the combination packaging from which you obtained your digital code. If you see the words "Distributed by Buena Vista Home Entertainment" in these locations, the digital code included in your combination package is redeemable on RedeemDigitalMovie.com.
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If you begin using Disney Movies Anywhere today, Disney will - for a limited time - give you a free digital copy of The Incredibles. Just activate Disney's app and connect it to your iTunes account. Also, if you have specific DVDs or Blu-Rays of Disney, Pixar, and Marvel films, you can redeem a code found on their backs and download a digital copy.
Disney Movies Anywhere therefore lets you buy and store Disney, Pixel, and Marvel digital films for streaming, including more than 400 titles like Iron Man 3 and Mary Poppins, but it's also a one-stop shop for all your Disney films purchased through iTunes and supported DVDs and Blu-Rays. This is a significant transition for a company that notoriously keeps its films under lock and key.
I love a good Disney sale, especially when it involves movies. During April and May 2020, Disney is offering movies starting at $4.99 on digital for purchase! There are some really great titles offered, and you can find the Disney movie sale list below!
Walt Disney Studios announced today that movie lovers will be able to purchase a selection of their favorite films on digital at a special price in the U.S. Starting at just $4.99, you can purchase some of them NOW!
Starting today in the U.S., Amazon Video and Microsoft Movies & TV customers can connect to Disney Movies Anywhere and access their digital collection across the Disney Movies Anywhere ecosystem, including via the new Disney Movies Anywhere app for the Microsoft Xbox 360 and for Amazon's Fire tablets, Fire TV and Fire TV Stick. In addition to the Disney Movies Anywhere app, customers can access and watch titles in their Disney digital collection directly through the Amazon Video app for TVs, connected devices and mobile devices, or online at Amazon.com/amazonvideo, and via the Microsoft Movies and TV service on Windows and Microsoft Xbox devices or at microsoft.com/en-us/store/movies-and-tv.
Starting Wednesday night, for the first time in the history of "owning" digital movies, there's a place where you can store and access nearly all of your digital movie purchases from Disney, Warner Bros., Fox, Sony and Universal Pictures. (Paramount, home of the Star Trek and Transformers films, is the lone major holdout. Boooo, Paramount.)
Originally just for Disney movies, the 3-year-old artist formerly known as Disney Movies Anywhere now ports over titles from the other four biggies -- as long as you bought those movies on Amazon Video, Google Play, iTunes or Vudu.
All users need to do is link those accounts through their Movies Anywhere account and voila!, there they all are, your movies in one place, the dream is real. (You can use the digital codes from subsequent physical DVD/Blu-ray purchases to synch them into your library, too.)
I was shown a demo Wednesday that was sufficiently nifty: If you have, say, movies you bought on iTunes and Vudu accounts in your past, you simply sign in to those accounts through Disney Movies Anywhere and they immediately show up in your library on the platform.
And no matter what studio made them, copies of those titles -- more than 7,000 all lumped together -- live on the new platform, so you're not streaming them through a third-party client (and isn't it nice to know that your locker of digital movies is on the servers of the company most likely to survive, or possibly even cause, the singularity?).
Ultraviolet, the previous multi-studios digital movies locker that no one liked and never took off, was missing a couple of key ingredients that Movies Anywhere now has: interlinking with big digital retailers like Amazon, Google and iTunes -- and movies made by Walt Disney Studios, meaning Marvel, Lucasfilm, Pixar, Disney Animation Studios and literally everything else kids trapped in minivans will quietly sit to watch.
Disney never licensed to Ultraviolet (most studios aren't calling it "Ultraviolet" on disc packages anymore, just generic "digital movies") because it knew it would eventually create its own thing on the back of its powerful library. Now the rest are hopping onboard, too (boo Paramount, boooooo).
You can also purchase movies from participating studios on Movies Anywhere -- by briefly and seamlessly taking you out to one of its retail partners -- which then appear in your Movies Anywhere library. And new sign-ups get free copies of Ghostbusters, Ice Age, Big Hero 6, Jason Bourne and The LEGO Movie, depending on which services they link.
The interface is pretty simple, if nothing special -- you can sort by "recently added," A-to-Z and Z-to-A, but there's no categories or customization. Movies Anywhere says those capabilities will be coming, but for now, if you own a huge library of digital movies, you'll just have to know what you want to find.
There's also no rental or streaming option here -- Movies Anywhere is just a platform for digital sell-through, which is the most expensive digital option, but also the first available, sometimes weeks before physical discs and many months before streaming.
But Disney Movies Anywhere might be the solution to a bigger problem than just another Mouse House revenue stream: The movie industry has been trying to crack the digital-locker model for many years, and Ultraviolet may wind up being the Beta to Disney Movies Anywhere's VHS -- a format that worked fine but was ultimately leapfrogged as consumers made their choice.
Buying digital movies outright for as much as $19.99 isn't for everyone. But everyone who buys digital movies outright is going to want to sign up for this service whose core function has been a long time coming.
Disney Movies Anywhere makes it easy to manage all your Disney movie digital files, buy and watch new Disney movies, and discover Disney movies you perhaps have *gasp* never seen (over 400 titles in the digital library and growing). Disney Movies Anywhere will also have exclusive content just for members, including these featurettes from Frozen and Thor The Dark World. These are just clips; sign up for Disney Movies Anywhere to see the entire features.
When you sign up for Disney Movies Anywhere and link your account to iTunes, your previously purchased digital copies of Disney movies will automatically show up in your account. And, for the first time, you can now earn Disney Movie Rewards points for your future digital purchases through Disney Movies Anywhere.
Surprisingly enough, the application also enables you to buy digital content from the Walt Disney Company, with any purchase immediately registering right inside the iTunes Store and being available for re-download through the Purchased tab.
The film premiered in theaters on March 6 and earned rave reviews from audiences, including a 95% Verified Audience Score on RottenTomatoes. With cinemas currently impacted by closures due to the global health crisis, Disney will offer the film ahead of schedule to purchase on digital platforms in the U.S. beginning today at 5:00PM PST /8:00PM EST for $19.99. 041b061a72