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Every film and TV series coming to Disney Plus in November

Also : How much will it cost to subscribe? And what will the app look like?

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Disney launched their Disney Plus streaming service today in a spectacular-spectacular (man, I love “Moulin Rouge”) presentation that showcased the many upcoming films and series that’ll be available on it, as well as subscription prices and the all-important launch date.

The streamer, featuring a range of Disney (and now Fox) first-run originals and classics, will be available in most major regions over the next two years but North America gets it first on November 12.

Disney Plus will cost $7 a month (Netflix’s cheapest plan is $9, and its standard plan is $13) which is great value considering it’ll be offering up 10 original films and 25 original series, including three “Avengers” spinoffs – the recently-announced ‘Loki’, ‘Scarlett Witch and Vision’ and ‘Falcon and Winter Soldier’ series right off the bat.

In addition, all 30 years of “The Simpsons” will be available first day, along with nearly all the “Star Wars” movies, which they’ll roll out over the first year, the entire Pixar library and lots of newly acquired Fox classics like “The Sound of Music”, “The X-Files” and “Malcolm in the Middle.”

Disney’s Bob Iger also showed off the new app. Featuring a similar interface to Netflix and Amazon, it features movie and TV titles on a dark background, a “recommended for you” section, categories, a ‘continue watching’ option, and the ability to have a Disney character be your profile avatar.

Of the new films and TV series coming to Disney, a live-action “Lady and the Tramp” movie featuring Justin Theroux, bowing first day, a period movie called “Togo”, Anna Kendrick-starrer “Noelle”, an animated “Phineas and Ferb” movie, and new series based on “High School Musical”, “Monster’s Inc” and “The Sandlot”.

Current hit “Captain Marvel” will also be available first day to stream.

In the coming years, it’s also reported that we’ll see a new series featuring Jeremy Renner’s ‘Hawkeye’ (from “The Avengers”), an Ewoks series, a series based on the “Mighty Ducks” movies, a new “Muppets” series, and a comedy series based on the Greg Berlanti flick “Love, Simon”.

Later on, the streaming service will also debut a remakes of “3 Men and a Baby”, “Father of the Bride”, “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” and “The Parent Trap”.  As recently reported, a third “Sister Act” is also on the way.

There will also be some new live-action takes on some animated classics – like “The Sword in the Stone”, to be directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo and a new take on “Peter Pan” from David Lowery.


Per the presentation, here’s a list of the shows and films you can expect to see on Disney Plus over the next couple of years:

  • Phineas and Ferb the Movie : the cast of the animated series lend their lungs to a feature version
  • WandaVision : Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany are back as The Scarlett Witch and Vision for an “Avengers” spin-off.
  • Loki : Tom Hiddleston stars in his own standlone ‘Thor’ spin-off series.
  • The Sandlot : David Mickey Evans and the cast of his ’90s classic return for a new live-action spin-off series.
  • Rogue One : A spin-off featuring on Cassian Andor is in the works. Gabriel Luna and Alan Tudyk will star.
  • The Mandalorian : A ‘Star Wars’ series, featuring Boba Fett, among others, from EP Jon Favreau.
  • Falcon and Winter Soldier : Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Stan in a new “Avengers” spin-off series.
  • Star Wars series : All of the films under the “Star Wars” umbrella will be available.
  • Frozen 2 : After it’s theatrical and home video run, “Frozen 2” will premiere on Disney Plus.
  • The Simpsons : Every episode of the Fox animated classic available on day one.
  • High School Musical: The Musical: The Series : A spin-off series based on the popular movies.
  • Diary of a Female President : About a 12-year-old on her way to becoming a president.
  • Forky Asks a Question :  A spin-off of “Toy Story 4”.
  • SparkShorts :a Pixar Animation Studios short film series
  • Lamp Life : Bo Peep makes a big comeback in Disney and Pixar’s “Toy Story 4” before featuring in her own short film!
  • Monsters at Work : Inspired by the characters of Pixar’s “Monsters, Inc.”
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars : the award winning series returns… with 12 brand-new episodes.
  • Marvel’s What If…? : This one looks good!
  • Encore! : Kristen Bell reunites old high school musical friends.
  • Marvel’s Hero Project : Reveals the remarkable, positive change several young heroes are making in their own communities
  • The World According to Jeff Goldblum : New National Geographic series hosted by the “Jurassic Park” star
  • Be Our Chef : Angela Kinsey on the hunt for the new Disney parks chef.
  • Cinema Relics : An anthology series that takes a unique look at beloved films through the props & costumes
  • Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2 : Self explanatory.
  • Magic of Animal Kingdom : follows animal caretakers around.
  • Marvel’s 616 : Explore’s Marvel’s rich legacy of characters and stories
  • (Re)Connect : Families disconnect from their busy life… and devices.
  • Rogue Trip : A journalist and his son set out to check out the natural wonders of the world.
  • Shop Class : Students build contraptions.
  • Earthkeepers : a cinematic documentary series that enters the adventurous lives of the people changing the way we see the animal kingdom
  • Ink & Paint : tells the story of Animation at Disney
  • Lady & The Tramp : Live-action version of the Disney classic, featuring Justin Theroux and Tessa Thompson
  • Noelle : Anna Kendrick plays Santa’s daughter.
  • Stargirl : Based on the Marvel comic series of the same name.
  • Timmy Failure : A kid and his polar bear operate a detective agency.
  • Togo :  A period drama about a sled dog.
  • Peter Pan : A new live-action version from “Pete’s Dragon” director David Lowery
  • Father of the Bride : The latest version of the Spencer Tracy classic.
  • Sister Act 3 : Whoopi may or may not return.
  • Honey, I Shrunk the Kids : The Rick Moranis classic gets an update
  • 3 Men and a Baby : Without Tom, Steve and Ted. Sniff.
  • The Parent Trap : And no, the Lohan’s won’t be in it.
  • The Sword in the Stone : A live-action take, with Juan Carlos Fresnadillo directing.
  • Don Quixote : Billy Ray is scripting a new version.
  • The Grimm Legacy : Based on the YA novel series of the same name.
  • The Paper Magician : An adaptation of the fantasy novel by Charlie N. Holmberg
  • Magic Camp : Adam Devine playing a washed-up magician.


New Movies

Captain Marvel
Avengers: Endgame
Toy Story 4
The Lion King
Maleficent: Mistress of Evil
Frozen 2
Star Wars: Episode IX

Classic Films

101 Dalmatians
A Bug’s Life
A Goofy Movie
An Extremely Goofy Movie
Big Hero 6
Born in China
Finding Dory
Finding Nemo
Free Solo
Fun and Fancy Free
High School Musical
Honey I Shrunk the Kids
Inside Out
Iron Man
Lady and the Tramp
Lilo & Stitch
Mary Poppins
Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers
Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas
Monsters University
Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
Pixar Short Films Collection Vol 1
Remember the Titans
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
Sleeping Beauty
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace
Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones
Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith
Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope
Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi
Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (animated series)
Steamboat Willie
The Good Dinosaur
The Incredibles
The Little Mermaid
The Parent Trap (1961)
The Prince & The Pauper (1990)
The Princess Diaries
The Rocketeer
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice (short)
The Sword in the Stone
The Three Caballeros
Thor: The Dark World
Toy Story
Tron (1982)

Classic TV

Amazing Planet
Andi Mack (Seasons 1-3)
Boy Meets World
Brain Games
Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan
Dr. K’s Exotic Animals
Dr. Oakley Yukon Vet
Drain the Ocean
DuckTales (1987)
DuckTales (2016, Season 1)
Earth Live
Goof Troop
Great Migrations
Howie Mandel’s Animals Doing Things
Kim Possible
Malcolm in the Middle
Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy (animated series)
Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man (animated series)
Mickey and the Roadster Racers (Seasons 1-2)
Mickey Mouse Clubhouse
Mickey Mouse Shorts
One Strange Rock
Raven’s Home
Rocky Mountain Animal Rescue
Star Wars Rebels
Star Wars: The Clone Wars (series)
That’s So Raven
The Incredible Dr. Pol
The Simpsons
Unlikely Animal Friends
Wicked Tuna

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First look trailer & images : Renee Zellweger’s new series What/If

New neo-noir social thriller that’s ten episodes hits the streamer May 24.





Netflix has released the first trailer and images from “What/If”, a new neo-noir social thriller that’s ten episodes hits the streamer May 24.

“What if I made you an offer too extraordinary to refuse?”

The anthology series, which explores what happens when folks make unacceptable decisions, features the “Bridget Jones” star as a woman who offers a broke couple a lucrative but worrying offer.

Check out the pics and the trailer below!

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DC respond to Swamp Thing rumors with an awesome new promo!

Derek Mears plays the title role in the comic adaptation

Caffeinated Clint



No doubt a response to disquieting rumors concerning the show shutting down production early (and consequently getting a shorter run), DC Universe has released a fun promo for their upcoming “Swamp Thing” series.

The comic-adaptation, starring Derek Mears (“Friday the 13th”, “Twin Peaks”) in the title role and boasting a choice cast including Andy Bean, Crystal Reed, Will Patton, Jennifer Beals, and Virginia Madsen, has been shooting in Louisiana… home to swamps, apparently.

James Wan is one of the producers, Len Wiseman (“Live Free or Die Hard”) directed the pilot.

“Swamp Thing” will debut on DC Universe on May 31st.

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Wayne returns to TV… but where’s Garth?

Mike Myers is headed back to the box for a Netflix comedy

Caffeinated Clint



Mike Myers is headed back to the box – and with Netflix his new home, the rewards should be loftier than what he and his stringy-haired buddy were getting over at Community Access Television.

Ah, shit, Okay, so it’s not “Wayne’s World 3” (surely that’s on the way, right? You can’t just tease us with appearances of the duo at all these awards ceremonies and then yank the possibility of a new movie away from us!), and it won’t co-star Dana Carvey (but what’s the bet he makes an appearance!), but we can celebrate the return of “Saturday Night Live alum to the small screen. It’s a start. Means he’s hungry to work, and make us giggle-fart again.

 Netflix has ordered a half-hour limited comedy series produced by and starring Myers, in which he plays multiple characters.

“I love creating characters, and Netflix has given me a fantastic playground to play in”, the actor, who has given us such memorable characters as Austin Powers and The Love Guru (heh), said.

Though details are being kept under wraps, seems the show has been granted a 6-episode order.

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