- Reviews.org is looking for “the biggest, baddest Disney fan out there” to watch 30 Disney movies or shows in 30 days on Disney Plus.
- Disney Plus is Disney’s on-demand, ad-free streaming service that’s due to launch November 12.
- The “Disney Plus reviewer” will receive $1,000, “gadgets and gizmos aplenty,” a one-year Disney Plus subscription, and “a Disney-themed movie-watching kit.”
- The service is set to feature content from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, National Geographic, and 20th Century Fox.
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Reviews.org is searching for “the biggest, baddest Disney fan out there” to review Disney Plus, the on-demand, ad-free streaming service that’s due to launch November 12.
Five lucky “Disney Plus reviewers” will each receive $1,000, “gadgets and gizmos aplenty,” a one-year Disney Plus subscription, and “a Disney-themed movie-watching kit” with a “cozy mouse-themed blanket, four cups that would make Mickey proud, and the cutest Pixar popcorn popper we’ve ever seen, complete with movie theater popcorn kernels,” according to Reviews.org.
Disney Plus is set to rival Netflix and Amazon when it launches next month, offering subscribers unlimited downloads of some of the world’s best-loved movies and shows, such as “The Lion King,” “Toy Story,” and “The Simpsons.”
Applicants must be “someone who really, really loves Disney” and submit an online application and a video review of their favorite Disney movie to have a chance of landing the job.
Plans for original content include a “Star Wars” TV series focused on a Mandalorian bounty hunter, a retelling of “Lady and the Tramp” featuring Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux, and a new perspective on the familiar objects in our lives in “The World According to Jeff Goldblum.”
Viewers can take advantage of a seven-day free trial, after which Disney Plus costs $7 a month or $70 a year.
Business Insider previously reported that Disney Plus would include 25 original series and 10 movies and specials, along with over 500 titles from the Disney library, in its first year alone. Subscribers will even be able to watch Disney’s many classic animated films that were previously kept in the “Disney Vault.”
Disney plans to invest heavily in the service, spending $1 billion in the first year and $2 billion yearly by 2024 on original content.
The deadline for applications is midnight on Thursday, November 7. Applicants must be 18 or older and a US citizen or permanent resident.