Netflix and Disney are tightening their partnership. After signing an exclusive licensing deal for Netflix to show all the new Disney films that would come out in theaters in 2016, we now know one of the advantage that viewers like us would get out of it: by September, we can watch all 2016 Disney, Marvel, Lucas Film, and Pixar movies in the Pay TV Home channel.

It has been noted that other Marvel made-for-Netflix series are already streaming on the site. "Daredevil", "The Defenders", "Jessica Jones", "Luke Cage", "Iron Fist", "The Defenders", and "The Punisher" are all the Marvel series on the site.

The move to have exclusive rights to the film is to follow Netflix's aim to provide unique content for its subscribers. It has been clearing its library of non-exclusive titles and populating it with exclusive TV shows and movies.

However, the deal with Disney is only limited to America. Netflix depends heavily on the deals it makes from third-party providers. Deals vary with different geographical locations. This means that the right to show Disney to other countries other than America is not yet approved.

As an effect, Netflix also has to come up with a deal with some of the Disney classics. Come June, some Disney titles will be pulled out of the Netflix library. Netflix has released the title list of the Disney movies that would be added and removed, and it is noticeable that the 1990 classics ("Toy Story", to name one) are not in the list.

Favorites such as "Mulan", "Hunchback of Notre Dame" and "Hercules" will not be on Netflix - temporarily, we hope. There are classics though that would still be in the library: "A Walk to Remember", "Tarzan", "Robin Hood", "Lilo & Stitch", and "Emperor's New Groove".