The new Disney-branded service will become the exclusive home in the U.S. for subscription-video-on-demand viewing of the newest live action and animated movies from Disney and Pixar, beginning with the 2019 theatrical slate, which includes Toy Story 4, the sequel to Frozen, and The Lion King from Disney live-action, along with other highly anticipated movies. Disney will also make a significant investment in an annual slate of original movies, TV shows, short-form content and other Disney-branded exclusives for the service. Additionally, the service will feature a vast collection of library content, including Disney and Pixar movies and Disney Channel, Disney Junior and Disney XD television programming.
With this strategic shift, Disney will end its distribution agreement with Netflix for subscription streaming of new releases, beginning with the 2019 calendar year theatrical slate.
Note that this means Netflix won’t be receiving any future Disney movies, and current ones will be pulled off eventually.
However there is no plan right now for what will happen with Marvel movies or Star Wars movies.
Edit: Star Wars and Marvel movies are coming to Disney’s service.
Marvel TV’s deal will not be affected:
A Netflix rep says Disney’s decision doesn’t affect other deals that it has with Netflix, including one that brought a series of Marvel superhero originals like “Daredevil” to Netflix.