Disney movies is continuously expanding its offering. It not only holds the rights to the numerous classics but also to animations. In addition, the platform offers many movies all seasons.
2021 will be better, we are sure of that. What helped me a lot personally to get through this annoying year were, above all, movies. Or more precisely: Disney movies. Disney movies are the best escape from everyday life. That’s why it’s all the more great that some great highlights are waiting for us in 2021 as well. That’s why there are some movies waiting for us this year that we should originally have seen in 2020. However, since the theatres were or are still closed in many countries due to the pandemic, many theatrical releases have been postponed to 2021. Of course, we sincerely hope that the previous theatrical releases will continue to be a permanent fixture in Disney’s line-up. Because: Big movies belong on a big screen. As soon as the worst is over, we will certainly be able to experience impressive Disney movies again.
For fans of slippery comedies, Disney is expanding its movie list with the Vacation Friends on August 27, 2021. The devout Marcus and Emily make friends with the exciting animals Ron and Kyla while on vacation. The otherwise level-headed couple live in the moment and enjoy unrestrained fun and debauchery with their new holiday friends for a week. Months later, Marcus and Emily are horrified when Ron and Kyla show up uninvited at their wedding. They cause chaos: What happens on vacation doesn’t have to stay on vacation.
One of the big highlights of the Disney movies 2021 is certainly Jungle Cruise. Not only because the film not only turns one of Disney’s most attractions into reality, but also because of the great cast. Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson will both do more than shine in this tumultuous Disney movie.
Another personal highlight for us is Disney’s Encanto. The big Disney animated movie for Christmas will be great: A great family lives in a super home in Colombia. Only the daughter does not share the magic powers. That sounds like a experience. And it becomes even more wonderful because Lin M. Miranda composed a wonderful Latino soundtrack for it.