If you are one of the unfortunate souls who still has piles of Disney films on VHS and no video player to speak of, then we have good news.

According to reports, Disney is following in the footsteps of Netflix and launching its own streaming service called “Disney Life.” 

Even better, the service is going to be dedicated to the classic Disney films, so no Marvel characters sneaking to interrupt your on point rendtion of the Circle of Life.

A spokesperson has  told the BBC: “UK families embrace new technology, and demand more flexible entertainment, and this is supported by superfast broadband connectivity and the proliferation of digital devices in this market.” 

We are going to be inside for days, the number of duvet days are going to hit a record high we can just tell.

Yes there are a number of Disney films available on Netflix, but favourites missing simply because they don't exist online. Until now that is.

DisneyLive will launch in the U.K. first. The platform has a lot of the same features as the streaming sites you already know and love.

For one monthly price, you'll get the complete Pixar library, plus a number of beloved Disney classics. They' are set to continue to roll the service out through Europe in 2016. 

Until the glorious day arrives, we will have to be content with a new album of Disney remixes. 

Classic jams are getting a major pop makeover thanks to the collaboration record We Love Disney. It features some of the biggest artists around — think: Jason Derulo, Jessie J, Gwen Stefani, and Ariana Grande — putting their own spins on these beloved songs. 

The album is due to be released on 30 October, so start warming up your vocal cords.