Get Paid $1,000 to Watch 30 Disney Movies in 30 Days

Disney+ Marvel & Star Wars Episodes To Cost Up $25 Million Each

Disney recently announced the massive content that's included in the platform and are willing to give $1000 to binge-watch some of your favorite shows and movies on Disney+. So the upcoming Disney+ shows will have a much higher budget to deliver the quality fans are used to from Marvel movies. Well luckily you can, because there is a company out there that will pay you to do just that!

With a solid lineup of new original and familiar classics getting released at launch, Disney+ will drop some new Star Wars into everyone's lives on Tuesday, November 11. (Or maybe when you're alone in the shower?) Is Halloween the ideal time to live out your dreams of becoming a pretty princess or spectacular superhero?

Perks include a $1,000 payday, a one-year subscription to Disney+ and a Disney-themed movie watching kit. is seeking applicants who "really, really loves Disney".

In the application you will be asked to answer some questions and submit a video review of your favorite Disney movie.

Applicants must be at least 18 years old and must be a USA citizen or a permanent resident. "We think you'd be flawless for the job!" the posting reads.

Applications are open through November 7.



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