Disney anticipates the premiere of Episode IX on its streaming platform coinciding with Star Wars Day; all the saga available in the same service.
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker brings forward its premiere two months on Disney +, much earlier than originally planned. Thus, Episode IX will be released on the Disney streaming platform on May 4 globally, coinciding with Star Wars Day, the day that fans of the saga chose for the phonetic coincidence in English with one of the phrases most famous of the saga: "May the Fourth be with you" and "May the Force be with you" ("May the Force be with you").
The 9 films of the saga at Disney +
Thus, Disney wants to celebrate the arrival of Star Wars: Dawn of Skywalker, the closure of the current trilogy and the entire Skywalker saga, on a very special day for the film franchise itself, also remembering that Disney + will be the only platform with the nine major movies and the rest of the Star Wars spin-offs and series.
The complete Skywalker saga in one place. Enjoy all 9 movies, including Star Wars: Skywalker's Rise, on May 4 only at #DisneyPlus pic.twitter.com/7iNqefjZwd
– Disney + Spain (@DisneyPlusES) April 27, 2020
Along with the premiere of Episode IX, Disney + will receive more Star Wars news on May 4, such as the eight-episode documentary on the first season of The Mandalorian and the end of the animated series The Clone Wars, two contents of weight that add to the latest film in the saga directed by JJ Abrams.
Although Disney + has more surprises for Star Wars fans during the week of May 4; The platform will receive a series of themes based on conceptual designs from the Star Wars saga, as well as an art gallery with original designs from each of the nine films.