There are still some parts of the Disney/Sky deal to expire, but when they do yes all things Disney (including Marvel) will only be on Disney+
You know, it's funny you say you've no use for Marvel.
However, I've been reading and now watching Marvel since my Dad bought me a Fantastic Four black and white comic (British reprint) way, way back in the day, and I still like them just as much today.
Well, I guess I never really grew up.
I'd also like to add that I have signed up to Disney+ and I have no kids, but I am looking forward to binge watching the old seasons of the Simpsons.
Also films like Venom, Blade and Deadpool are rated R (US) or 15/18 here, so definitely not child friendly. Although stating the obvious they won't be on Disney+, more likely Hulu when it launches internationally next year.
You said, "...films like Venom, Blade and Deadpool are rated R..". Oh yeah, and I'm 100% with you on that plus I would dearly love to see the return of Daredevil, Punisher, Luke Cage, Jessica Jones and a recast Iron Fist.
You know, it's rumoured, though unsubstantiated, that Daredevil's alter ego, aka Mat Murdock, will appear in the next Spider-Man feature film.
Good things are on the horizon.
Catch you later.
I have watched a number of Disney, Marvel, Star Wars et al films over the last 20 years thanks to my kids. I am of the few people to get to my 40s without seeing a Star Wars film. Some Disney movies I could recite word for word. And not once did I choose to see any of them. And mostly used them as an opportunity to have a nap. Fortunately nowadays, I don’t have to watch any of them. Kids have grown up and prefer Godfather.
I am hoping extra films (classics will do) will appear in their place.
The Grinch (Universal) is not going to be on Disney+, so I am happy about that. In fact for those who like Marvel, Star Wars and Disney, Disney + is great.
The original subject is the impact of Disney+. I am just saying for me, it will be good if they replace those movies with films I am more likely to watch.
From my understanding and someone correct me if I am wrong, Comcast owns Universal, therefore in theory could easily start pumping a lot of Universal movies onto Sky/Now TV for the long haul?
Found a list of films by Universal on good old wiki.