Disney Plus Day, on November 12th, may be the most lovely day of the year for Disney enthusiasts.
Disney Plus is celebrating its second birthday with fresh premieres and content. Many of Disney’s 25 new films are now available to watch for members, with more coming in 2022.In addition to the new announcements, Disney Plus members with Walt Disney World Resort or Disneyland Resort tickets were given access 30 minutes before the gates opened on Friday.
Here’s what Disney Plus had to say about it.
“Ice Age” has returned.
20th Century Fox, which was bought by Disney in 2018, released the first film of the series in 2002.
“The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild,” a new film in the series, will premiere on Disney+ on January 28.
The Walt Disney Studios teaser trailer is included below.
“Big Hero 6” fans will be ecstatic to learn that Baymax will get his own original series, titled “Baymax!”
Subscribers will be able to watch the show online starting in the summer of 2022.
Here’s the Disney Animation trailer.
Disney’s “Enchanted,” starring Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey, is now accessible to stream, and a sequel, “Disenchanted,” will premiere on Disney Plus in the autumn of 2022.
In March 2022, another live-action picture, a remake of “Cheaper By the Dozen,” will be released.
The new film, titled “Cheaper By the Dozen,” will feature Gabrielle Union and Zach Braff and will centre on a blended family of 12.
You may remember the fictional series “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” if you grew up in the early 2000s.
The franchise will now feature an animated picture on Disney Plus, in addition to novels, live-action films, and even a musical.
Beginning December 3, the film will be accessible for streaming.
“Rodrick Rules,” the second novel in the series, will also be made into an animated feature for Disney Plus.
Suni Lee, an Olympic medallist, claims she was pepper-sprayed during a racial attack.
If you enjoy the Beatles, mark November 25 on your calendar.
On Thanksgiving, “The Beatles Get Back,” a three-part event, will be accessible for streaming.
The first trailer, provided by Walt Disney Studios, may be seen below.
“Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers,” starring John Mulaney and Andy Samberg, will be available to watch in spring 2022, so don’t call it a reboot.
It’s a “comeback 30 years in the making,” according to Disney Plus.
“Better Nate Than Ever,” based on Tim Federle’s bestselling book, will also be released in spring 2022.
“Limitless with Chris Hemsworth,” a new National Geographic original series, will premiere exclusively on Disney Plus in 2022.
Starting on December 8, National Geographic’s original series “Welcome to Earth,” starring Will Smith, will be available exclusively on Disney Plus.
“America the Beautiful,” a third original series, will be released next year.
“The Proud Family,” a popular sitcom from the 2000s, is being resurrected as “The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder,” which will air in February 2022.
“High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” will return for a third season, streaming in 2022, for fans of the Wildcats.
Fans of fantasy will enjoy the live-action original series “The Spiderwick Chronicles,” which will premiere on Disney Plus and is based on the best-selling books.
Fans of “Willow” will be pleased to learn that the film will be adapted into an original series, which will be available for streaming in 2022.
With additions to the Star Wars series, Disney Plus Day would be complete.
An original documentary special, “Under the Helmet: The Legacy of Boba Fett,” is currently available to view.
“Obi-Wan Kenobi,” a new original series, will premiere in 2022.
“Cars on the Road,” an original series and a new addition in the “Cars” franchise starring Owen Wilson and Larry the Cable Guy, is also set for a 2022 premiere.
Pixar has released two feature-length videos that take you behind the scenes of the development of “Turning Red,” a 2022 film about a teenage girl who transforms into a red panda.
Next year, Disney Plus will include Pixar’s “Lightyear,” which explores the storey of the imaginary astronaut who inspired Buzz Lightyear.
“Win or Lose,” a new animated series from Pixar, will premiere on Disney Plus in the fall of 2023.
In a TikTok video that has gone viral, Utah County lumberjacks show off their skills.
Return to the world of “Zootopia” with a new short-form series coming to Disney Plus next year.
In 2023, Tiana from “The Princess and the Frog” will have her own long-form musical series.
“Intertwined,” an original series about time travel to 1994, is already accessible to stream.
On Disney Plus in 2023, all-new episodes of “XMen ’97” will premiere.
“Moon Knight,” “Ms. Marvel,” “Echo,” “I Am Groot,” “Ironheart,” “Agatha: House of Harkness,” “Marvel Zombies,” “Secret Invasion,” “Spider-Man: Freshman Year,” and “She-Hulk,” all new original series from Marvel Studios, are also coming shortly.
“What If…?” will also receive a second season, which will premiere soon.
What’s already available to watch on Netflix?
On Disney Plus, you may now watch the following movies, short films, and series:
“Ciao Alberto,” says the narrator.
Walt Disney Animation Studios presents a collection of fan-favorite shorts.
“Entrelazados” (“Entwined”) is a Spanish word that means “intertwined.”
“Fancy Nancy” is a fictional character.
“Home Sweet Home Alone” is a song about being alone at home.
“Jungle Cruise” is a movie about a cruise through the jungle.
“Marvel Assembled: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” is a documentary about the making of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
“Marvel Studios Legends: Hawkeye” is a game developed by Marvel Studios.
“Olaf Presents” is a film directed by Olaf.
“The Legend of the Ten Rings and Shang-Chi”
“A Love Letter to Los Angeles: The Making of Happier Than Ever”
“Plusaversary” is a parody of “The Simpsons.”
Season 2 of “The World According to Jeff Goldblum” (Episodes 1-5)
“Under the Helmet: Boba Fett’s Legacy”
Here’s where you can learn how to join Disney Plus.