Disney revealed, via Twitter and Instagram Monday, their impressive list of titles ready to watch when their streaming service launches in November. From Star Wars to Marvel, Disney+ has fired an impressive barrage of titles that says "Top that!" to their fellow streaming war competition.

Not every Marvel Studios title will be available upon launch; fans will have to wait until December 11 to watch Avengers: Endgame. But they can stream Ant-ManIron ManIron Man 3, and Joss Whedon's last Avengers movie, Age of Ultron.

Star Wars fans are getting spoiled, with the launch of Disney+ series The Mandalorian and every Star Wars movie to have received a theatrical release. Pixar will be represented by Toy Story 3 and Toy Story 4, as well as hits like Inside Out and Finding Nemo. Watch the video below: 

Disney+ will be available for $6.99 a month. Subscribers can also sign up for a monthly $12.99 package that includes Disney+, Hulu (with ads), and ESPN+. "Disney is skipping subscriber tiers," reports Collider, "and all subscribers will have access to seven account profiles, four simultaneous streams, as well as 4K and HDR content."

Fans can expect access to 7500 episodes of various Disney and FOX programming (like TailSpin, the '90s X-Men animated series, and The Simpsons) as well as 500 movies hitting the platform within the first year. For a full list of titles (as of press time), click here.

The streaming wars are highly competitive obviously, but fans and filmmakers like us will benefit from having such content at our disposal for inspiration. Or to help us with "background processing" as we try to develop our ideas and shape our thoughts on how to best execute them.