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Surprise! Frozen 2 is coming to Disney Plus this weekend

Update: Disney will now launch Frozen two this coming Sunday, March fifteen on Disney Plus in the US. In Australia, you are going to be equipped to look at it on Tuesday March 17.

Primary tale: Frozen two is coming to Disney Plus in the US on June 26, according to a new listing on the streaming provider. This update was noticed by consumer jonnyslats on the Disney Plus subreddit, and it means that only two of Disney’s major films from 2019 absence launch dates on the provider now – Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.

On Disney Plus Australia, the listing web page says Frozen two is coming on July 31. Given that Disney Plus Uk has not introduced yet, we’re unsure when the film will, ahem, display by itself on the Uk model of the provider.

Around the past handful of months, Disney Plus has kept points ticking alongside with a blend of major films from 2019 and the gradual trickle of movies arriving from other expert services as licensing agreements expire. Given that January, the are living-motion variations of The Lion King and Aladdin have produced on the provider, as have notably-lacking films these types of as Black Panther.

Frozen two will very likely be a massive draw for the streaming provider: it was the third best-grossing film of 2019 at $one.449 billion, only powering two other Disney movies, Avengers: Endgame and The Lion King. Frozen two was produced on digital home video clip on February 25 – so the waiting around time for it to land on Disney Plus is virtually just 4 months. 

What is well worth seeing in the meantime?

Even though Disney Plus carries on to have new originals like Diary of a Future President, the film Timmy Failure and the past time of The Clone Wars, its major originals are coming later on in the year. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (August), The Mandalorian time two (Oct) and WandaVision (December) are even now a very little though absent.

That’s a long hold out, but Disney Plus continues to be fairly good benefit at a flat $6.99 / £5.99 / AU$eight.99 a thirty day period or $sixty nine.99 / £59.99 / AU$89.99 a year, significantly if you have children. They should really really get all around to correcting The Simpsons’ component ratio, although.