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This undated photo released by Disney shows Tom Hanks, left, as Walt Disney showing Disneyland to Emma Thompson as “Mary Poppins” author P.L. Travers, in Disney’s "Saving Mr. Banks,” releasing in U.S. theaters limited on December 13, 2013 and wide on December 20, 2013. Disney is previewing several of the studio's upcoming live-action films for fans at the D23 Expo, Aug. 9-11, 2013, a three-day Disney extravaganza at the Anaheim Convention Center. Many of Disney's films will be available now on an online cloud service, called Disney Movies Anywehre.

Disney’s about to let it all go online.

On Tuesday, Disney announced it would be starting an online cloud service, which will allow users to watch more than 400 different titles — including newer movies, like the hit “Frozen” — on demand, the New York Times reported.

“Once fully deployed, the free service, called Disney Movies Anywhere, will allow consumers to buy a Disney, Marvel or Pixar movie once and watch it anywhere: on a TV, mobile device or computer. Users will be able to immediately link their Apple iTunes accounts with the Disney Movies Anywhere website and app.”

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