The move includes live-action Disney classic adaptations that were scheduled for release, such as "Cruella," "Pinocchio" and "Peter Pan and Wendy," according to Deadline.
Pricing on the films over Disney+ is unclear, the website reported.
Disney has been focusing on the direct-to-consumer approach as it continues to build up Disney+.
Disney+ subscriptions grew to 73.7 million as of October. The growth is attributed to the "Star Wars" spinoff series "The Mandalorian" and the Disney+ release of "Mulan," according to the Deadline.
Last week, the Burbank, Calif., entertainment giant's shares jumped after it reported fourth-quarter results that topped analyst expectations, showing strong growth in its streaming businesses.
Disney reported an adjusted net loss of 20 cents a share on revenue of $14.71 billion. Analysts were expecting a loss of 71 cents a share on revenue of $14.28 billion.
The company's direct-to-consumer and international revenue jumped 41% year-over-year to $4.9 billion.
“Even with the disruption caused by covid-19, we’ve been able to effectively manage our businesses while also taking bold, deliberate steps to position our company for greater long-term growth,” Chief Executive Bob Chapek said in a statement.
“The real bright spot has been our direct-to-consumer business, which is key to the future of our company."
When it first launched Disney+, the company stated that it aimed to reach 60 million to 90 million subscribers by 2024.
At last check Disney shares were trading up 0.4% at $142.30.