Looking forward to a summer of binge-watching?
Maybe you’ve heard of Disney’s upcoming movie Cruella!
It’s premiering on May 28th, 2021 in theaters (and on Disney+ for an additional fee!). That’s getting close, guys! We’ve been getting excited with the first full trailer and a little sneak peek of the film. And now, we’ve got a second trailer to tell us even more about Cruella’s backstory.
Get ready to cozy up on the couch every Friday because Disney is adding TONS of new shows and movies to their streaming service, Disney+ in April!
Did you think that March was packed with the finale of WandaVision, the premiere of Raya and the Last Dragon (with Disney+ Premiere Access), The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, AND The Might Ducks: Game Changers? Well, just wait until you see what’s in store for this month. SPOILER — there’s A LOT more Marvel and Mighty Ducks ahead!
We’re getting closer to the release of Disney’s new live-action film, Cruella!
The new movie is set to debut on May 28th, 2021 and we are counting down the days! We’ve recently got to see another clip from the upcoming Disney+ series, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and now we’re getting another sneak peek at what Cruella will be up to!
We’re getting EXCITED for the sequel to Spider-Man: Far From Home.
The movie was delayed until December 2021, but that doesn’t mean we’re not getting our Marvel fix with hits like WandaVision! Plus, we’re getting pretty excited for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and Loki. But now, we’ve got a Spider-Man update! The title for that much-anticipated third film was JUST announced.
We spent a LOT of time in February talking about just how great WandaVision is, and we can’t wait for the series to continue. But that’s not all that’s releasing on the streaming service next month! We’ve got a brand-new series, a Marvel Studios documentary, and WAY more. Here’s a look at everything coming to Disney+ in March!
The release of Raya and the Last Dragon is getting close!
Today, Disney announced that you can now pre-order it on Disney+. Basically, this entails paying $29.99 for Premier Access so you can watch it on the streaming service starting March 5th — the same day it releases in theaters. It’s a similar model to when Disney released the live-action Mulan last year. But what if you don’t want to pay?