Black Widow And Cruella Coming To Disney+. New Dates For Some Other Disney Movies
Disney have pushed back the release of Black Widow, as well as finally adding it to the Disney+ schedule. It will release in both cinemas and the streaming service, on July 9th 2021. Alongside the hotly anticipated MCU movie, the upcoming release of Cruella, will also release in cinemas and on Disney+, from May 28th.
Both titles will cost an additional fee, as they will be part of the Premier Access service of Disney+. The price has not been official announced as of yet though.
Pixar’s Luca Coming Free To Disney+
The next major release from Pixar, Luca, will come to Disney+ on June 18th. It will join the streaming service at no additional cost.
Luca and his best friend Alberto, share some adventures in the Italian Riviera. But the pair are hiding a secret: they are both sea monsters from a world below the water’s surface.
Movies On The Move
Disney also announced a number of changes to it’s upcoming releases. Here are the new dates:
- Free Guy on August 13th 2021
- Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings on September 3rd 2021
- The King’s Man on December 22th 2021
- Deep Water on January 14th 2022
- Death on the Nile on February 11th 2022
While we still don’t know when venues like cinemas will return in Ireland or other parts of the world, it is good to see options available to see the latest Disney movies. Would you pay the extra money to see the likes of Black Widow or Cruella on Disney+ Premier Access? Have you been using Disney+ to watch other content recently? Let us know in the comments.