Disney Plus Day Live Coverage

Disney Plus Day

Disney Plus Day has started already! Follow our live coverage to see everything that is going down, or maybe come back later to get a nice résumé.


To kick off the day, Disney revealed the trailer for The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild, and Baymax! Check them out below:




Ice Age will start streaming on January 28, and Baymax! will debut during the summer of 2022.


Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey talk briefly about Disenchanted, the sequel to Enchanted, the latter of which is available to watch on Disney Plus. In addition, the streamer has announced that Cheaper by the Dozen will start streaming in March 2022.



Here’s the logo for Disenchanted, which will arrive next fall:



The new Predator movie by 20th Century Studios will be titled Prey and release next summer on Hulu (Star for some international markets):



Diary of a Wimpy Kid reveals its release date and new poster:



In addition to this, Disney has announced a new series in the Wimpy Kid franchise:



New clip from Peter Jackson’s The Beatles: Get Back documentary:



The Spiderwick Chronicles is being rebooted at Disney Plus (via Deadline):



Chip ‘N Dale: Rescue Rangers coming back with an original movie:



Hocus Pocus 2 is currently in production, also coming next fall. Also, Better Nate Than Ever, a new original movie, will start streaming next spring:



Pinocchio, from Robert Zemeckis and starring Tom Hanks, is coming next fall:




A new Chris Hemsworth-starring documentary, Limitless with Chris Hemsworth, from National Geographic releases first trailer, streaming next year:



Disney Plus has added a Spider-Verse heading (speculate away):



Will Smith gets his National Geographic special too:



Another National Geographic series focusing on America’s natural beauty gets announced as well:



Sneakerella, a new original movie, announced today to be coming February 18 to Disney Plus:



Among the most unsurprising news of the day, Season 3 of High School Musical: The Musical – The Series has been announced:



Willow is here to introduce its cast. The series arrives in 2022.



Cars on the Road update, the series will try a bunch of different things and stream next year:



Pixar just revealed a behind-the-scenes look at Turning Red and Lightyear, the next big theatrical features from Pixar:



Win or Lose, the new Pixar series coming to Disney Plus in 2023, just revealed new artwork too:



Zootopia is coming back as an animated series of shorts, which will also debut next year on Disney Plus:



Tiana reveals new artwork for its upcoming animated series, coming in 2023:



The new X-Men animated series (GWW had the exclusive the day before) has been officially announced:



Multiple series (a lot) from Marvel Studios have been officially announced:






Marvel is also reminding us that the series that were announced last year are still coming soon, and they are showing off new logos:








Lastly, the streamer released teaser trailers for Moon Knight, Ms. Marvel, and She-Hulk in a video that is available to Disney Plus subscribers.



The lack of big Star Wars news during this year’s Disney Plus Day was surprising if we consider the amount of content coming from Lucasfilm next year alone — Disney only shared a heads-up about the Boba Fett documentary and a very slim Obi-Wan Kenobi preview with no actual footage from the series.


While we’re not expecting much from next week’s D23 event, Disney has a habit of dropping massive news there, so stay tuned just in case.