Disney day brings multiple surprises

Multiple new releases on popular streaming service


With Disney+ two year anniversary they release multiple teasers and trailers. Along with those releases, they have an amazing deal that everyone must consider.

Christian Naujokaitis, Staff Reporter

One of the biggest entertainment companies is celebrating two years on its newest platform. Disney+ came out on Nov. 12, 2019, and has racked in over $4.3 billion and over 110 million subscribers, according to New York Times.

Disney announced multiple new trailers and released an amazing deal to new subscribers with their second anniversary. In a regular month, Disney+ costs $8 per month, but it will cost just $2 for the first month for their anniversary, so you would be missing out if you didn’t look into this deal. 

Along with this spectacular deal, a ton of new titles will be released all day. Before the twelfth, Disney announced that the recently released “Jungle Cruise” and “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” will be available on Disney+. This is surprising because “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” just left the box office.

Beginning at 9 a.m, Disney+ social media accounts started to release teasers and trailers for their upcoming shows and movies. One caught my childhood-heart’s attention: A new show starring Baymax from “Big Hero 6” is going to be released in the summer of 2022. “Big Hero 6” was my favorite movie when I was younger so I am looking forward to “Baymax.” Just from the trailer, I can already see how funny it is going to be, especially for a teenager. Along with “Baymax,” another popular movie will be coming out. A new “Ice Age,” called “The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild,” will be coming out at the end of January. I am not a huge fan of any of the “Ice Age” movies but this movie focuses on a side character, Buck. Disney really does bring out the child in everyone, which is why I am excited for these animated films. 

As the day went on they released multiple trailers for other movies and documentaries, and right when I thought the good teasers were posted, multiple Marvel titles were released. I am a huge Marvel fan, so these titles had me on the edge of my seat. It wasn’t just a couple of releases; it was 11 titles, which is a huge showing. Since they just released the name of the movies or shows, I am not sure what to expect. Some of the few that I am really excited about are “I Am Groot,” “She-Hulk,” “Ironheart” and “Agatha: House of Harkness.”

After those titles were released, that was the end of Disney Day, and it made me feel magical. Honestly, Disney is making me want to feel like a kid again, and I can’t wait.