At the tail end of 2012, Netflix and Disney announced the beginning of what would become a mammoth partnership.

The terms of the agreement will now be fully implemented at the start of September. In the agreement, Netflix will host the latest releases from Disney and Disney's many massive affiliated properties (Pixar, Marvel, LucasArts, and more) exclusively. That means no spots on any rival streaming services, like HBO, Hulu, or other pay-for-subscription networks will be able to run the company's projects - at least in the first run of the releases. Consumers will still have the opportunity to buy copies of the released productions, but to stream it "freely," they'll have to go to Netflix first.

Netflix briefly mentions the deal in a recent post on the company's official website (after plugging Adam Sandler's brand new movie The Do Over), saying matter-of-factly: "From September onwards, Netflix will become the exclusive US pay TV home of the latest films from Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm and Pixar."

Catch up on The 405's Weekend Netflix guide and watch a preview of what's to come on Netflix below.