Disney, the all-powerful House of Mouse, is about to launch a streaming service of its very own. Since Disney owns Star Wars, Marvel, and now Fox, that service won’t be lacking for franchises that fans will want to binge, but the future of Netflix’s Marvel shows was unclear. Would Netflix get to keep Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and the rest of the Defenders gang?

Yes — for now, at least.

Deadline reports that the service, which should launch in Fall of 2019 with a Monsters Inc series and Marvel and Star War shows. However, the report states that Disney plans to leave existing Marvel series where they are, meaning The Defenders will remain on Netflix and The Runaways will stay put on Hulu. (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. airs on ABC, which is already owned by Disney, so there’s presumably no issue there.)

It’s unclear at this point how much the streaming service will cost, but Disney has made one thing clear: There will be no R-rated content in the film and TV library, according to Deadline. Anything R-rated would head over to Hulu.

There’s no word just yet about how — if at all — Disney’s newly acquired Fox assets like the X-Men, Alien movies, and Independence Day will appear on the streaming service. They’re figure something out, no doubt.

In other Disney streaming news, Disney CEO revealed that there’s a lot of Star Wars content planned for the streaming service During the company’s quarterly investors call, Iger mentioned that they’re “developing not just one, but a few Star Wars series specifically for the Disney direct to consumer app.”

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The Fortnite Season 6 Hunting Party Challenge continues, and much like Week 2, this one’s all bout the new wolf character that’s stalking everyone else. Here’s how to solve the new loading screen puzzle and find that secret star.

Fortnite Season 6, Week 3 began Thursday morning at 9 a.m., and even though hardly anybody has had the time to blaze through all seven of the new challenges, the Hunting Party loading screen leaked days ago. Whenever a player completes all seven challenges in a given week, it unlocks a unique Hunting Party loading screen. In each, there’s a clue hinting at an in-game location where players can them claim a secret, usually either a Banner or Battle Star.

Get your running shoes on because Timed Trials have returned to Fortnite for this Season 6 Week 3 challenge.

Week 3 of Fortnite: Battle Royale’s Season 6 began at 9 a.m. on Thursday, and Timed Trials are included as a Premium Battle Pass Challenge. The specific locations have changed completely from the Timed Trials from Season 5, so, unfortunately, previous maps won’t be worth anything these days.

There’s nothing quite like a rift to get you out of a tough spot in Fortnite: Battle Royale. Jumping into one of these ghostly blue portals will send you high in the air, offering an easy escape and the opportunity to glide across the map towards a new location. So where are all the rifts in Fortnite Season 6? We’ve got all the new locations (and a few old unchanged old ones) in our handy map right in this article.

The first official photo of Joaquin Phoenix in character as the Joker had him looking decidedly nonplussed, but the first video teaser may give you genuine chills. The new Joker camera test not only gives Phoenix some creepy clown makeup, but the Clown Prince of Crime even cracks a smile.

Earlier this week, Joker director Todd Phillips shared the first official photo of Joaquin Phoenix as Arthur Fleck, the man that goes on to become Batman’s greatest nemesis, but on Friday afternoon, he shared a screen test from what looks like the same moment as the photo. Except here, the projection of a clown video flickers across Fleck’s face as he slowly cracks a smile, revealing a layer of smudged clown makeup across his face.

The bad guys are teaming up in the new trailer for Glass. The third movie in M. Night Shyamalan’s original superhero series will culminate as “The Horde” (James McAvoy) and “Mr. Glass” (Samuel L. Jackson) team up to break out of their confinement inside a mental institution.

On Thursday, Universal released the second trailer for Glass, set for release in theaters in January. Aside from the return of McAvoy, Jackson, and Bruce Willis as retired security guard David Dunn, the film introduces Sarah Paulson as Dr. Ellie Staple, a psychiatrist who treats patients who believe they are superhumans (and they’re kind of right).