Disney's ultimate goal is as transparent as it is terrifying. They're not interested in being a competitor or the major player, they want to be the only game in town, and they potentially have the financial muscle to reach the point of monopoly within the next 20 years. What makes it worse is their vision of what the media landscape should be: a world of plastic cinema dominated by a handful of Disney blockbusters, an even smaller handful of Oscar-bait films to hoover up the awards, and Disney+ as the last streaming service standing to handle everything else.
I wonder how long it will be before Fox's back catalogue of blu-rays starts mysteriously going out of print. I wouldn't be surprised if Disney creates that level of artificial scarcity for the next few years to push people towards Disney+.