Disney might demand getting back to theater-first film releases, however that doesn’t mean you’ll be waiting long on the off chance that you’d prefer watch at home. The organization is denoting the second anniversary of the Disney+ launch on November 12th with the streaming debut of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings — and indeed, that is at no additional charge. That is not totally surprising when Disney said it would cut the Marvel film’s theatrical window in half, yet it’s great to know precisely when you can begin streaming.
More individuals will have access to Disney+ around a similar time. The service is launching in South Korea and Taiwan that same day, and will arrive at Hong Kong on November 16th. This is ostensibly the biggest extension for Disney+ in the region to date following rollouts in Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand.
Disney+ Day will likewise include a “look toward the future” of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In case you’re not a fan of superheroes, you’ll have general access to Jungle Cruise, a Boba Fett origins special, Home Sweet Home Alone and shorts linked to Frozen, Pixar’s Luca and The Simpsons.
The content pile-up isn’t a total shock. On top of the anniversary, all these releases could help battle off a wave of higher-profile Amazon and Netflix titles showing up around a similar time. Simultaneously, it may keep Disney’s streaming momentum going through what’s left of 2021.
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