What’s on Disney+ Canada this month? September has lots of Disney+ premieres, from new films, and series, to classics that arrive for the first time. The biggest titles arriving this month include: Thor: Love and Thunder, Reboot, Andor, Hocus Pocus 2, and Pinocchio.
There have been zombies, then there were werewolves, and now what happens when aliens come to Seabrook? Explosions, a gigantic spaceship, and lots of trouble, to start at least.
To Infinity and Beyond! Disney and Pixar’s Lightyear opens in theatres on June 17 with the definitive origin story of Buzz Lightyear, and he’s voiced by the one and only Chris Evans. The GATE is thrilled to give away double passes to advanced screenings of the film in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, and Montreal.
Disney’s Jungle Cruise is instantly familiar, and that’s not just because it’s based on the Disneyland ride that’s been around for more than 60 years.
Mulan has always been one of Disney’s toughest characters. She’s a proud woman with a big heart, and director Niki Caro’s live action remake finally gives her the chance to be something else too: an action hero.
Do you want to build a snowman? For Trent Correy, the Animation Supervisor at Walt Disney Animation Studios working on Frozen 2, that was actually his job, and the Canadian artist and animator has helped build that snowman since the original film.
Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Frozen 2 arrives on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD tomorrow, and we want to give you and your family a chance to bring home the magic.
Cozy up with friends or family and enjoy the Christmas spirit with some of the best classic holiday movies, all from the best streaming services.
Disney+ has become one of the most talked-about streaming services in less than a month, and Baby Yoda may just be the unofficial mascot. Plus, it’s the perfect holiday treat for everyone in the family.
In Toy Story 4, which hit theatres this weekend, audiences around the world will get acquainted with a very special character: Duke Caboom, Canada’s “greatest” stuntman. And unlike most Canadian…