“Avengers: Endgame” is still cleaning up at the box office, but fans who want to wait to stream the movie can mark a date on their calendars. The movie will release on a streaming platform before the year is over.

“Avengers: Endgame” will start streaming exclusively on Disney+ on Wednesday, Dec. 11. CEO Bob Iger revealed the news in The Walt Disney Company’s latest earnings report on Wednesday.

The film, which earned over $2 billion in less than two weeks, will not stream on Netflix. The popular platform has the rights to Disney films released through 2018. “Ant-Man and the Wasp” is the final Marvel Cinematic Universe movie on Netflix. Everything released from 2019 forward will go straight to the company’s new over-the-top service.

Previously, Disney+ announced that March’s “Captain Marvel” will be the first Marvel Studios release to stream exclusively on the new platform. It’ll release on Nov. 12, which is also launch day for the service.

It looks like Disney+ is aiming to have exciting titles in the first month it goes live. The new Star Wars live-action TV series “The Mandalorian” will release on launch day, along with the first two trilogies, “Rogue One” and “The Force Awakens,” and all 30 seasons of “The Simpsons” will be up for streaming that day too.

Marvel Studios will have a big presence on Disney+. At least three live-action TV shows are coming (“WandaVision,” “Falcon and Winter Soldier” and a Loki series), and they’ll tie directly into the movies. A Hawkeye TV show is also reportedly in the works.

The service will slowly add more MCU titles from years past. “Iron Man,” “Iron Man 3” and “Thor: The Dark World” be available at launch in addition to “Captain Marvel.”

Disney+ will be available for $6.99 a month or $69.99 per year (a savings of nearly $14) when it launches Nov. 12.

Avengers Endgame streaming release date "Avengers: Endgame" hits Disney+ on Dec. 11. Photo: Marvel Studios