Where to watch the latest Disney movies online

Find out what the latest Disney+ movies are and how you can watch them online.

Are you a movie enthusiast? COVID-19 might have shutdown cinemas and theatres for a time, but there are other ways to keep up with all the latest Disney blockbusters.

Unsurprisingly, Disney+ is the best place to catch it all, with its collection of classic Pixar animation, Marvel movies and so much more.


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What are the latest Disney movies and where can I watch them?

The following list gives you an idea of the most recent film releases and exactly how you can watch them. You’re welcome.

1. Disney+

Mulan is one of the biggest film releases since the pandemic shut down the movie industry. With it, Disney has tried something new - it's on Disney+ for streaming now, but you'll need to pay £19.99 to watch the film via Premier Access.

  • £5.99 per month
  • Cancel anytime
  • £19.99 for Premier Access

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Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made

Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made is a 2020 American comedy film which debuted on Disney+. It's a real winner with kids, and those who've never grown up by equal measure!

  • Exclusive Disney content
  • Available in HDR and UHD
  • Cancel anytime

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Artemis Fowl

Based on the young adult book by Eoin Colfer, "Artemis Fowl" follows a 12-year-old criminal genius who embarks on an adventure to find his missing father. It's available on Disney+, don't miss it.

  • Regular new releases
  • £5.99 monthly fee
  • Cancel anytime

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Lady and the Tramp

We all love a live-action remake, don't we? That's why this 1955 Disney classic re-telling of "Lady and the Tramp" should be top of your list if you haven't seen it already. Catch it on Disney+.

  • Range of Disney content to watch
  • £5.99 monthly fee
  • Available in HDR and UHD

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Toy Story 4

Thought Toy Story 3 was sad enough? You've seen nothing yet. Catch the last of the Toy Story narrative with Toy Story 4, available to stream online via Disney+.

  • £5.99 monthly fee
  • Cancel anytime
  • Disney and Pixar exclusives

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This energetic, empathetic, witty, quippy hip-hop musical about US founding father Alexander Hamilton is also on Disney+. You don't wanna miss it.

  • Range of Disney content on offer
  • Watch in HDR and UHD
  • Cancel anytime

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Black Is King

This is a new feature-length visual album from Beyoncé, which debuted exclusively through Disney+ and incorporates the lessons of Disney's "The Lion King" into a new visual narrative that features images of the Black diaspora.

  • Range of shows and films to watch
  • £5.99 per month
  • Cancel when you want

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Disneynature documentaries

Animal or nature lover? This one's for you. Disney+ currently offers access to several exclusive streaming documentaries from the studio's Disneynature division, including Dolphin Reef, Elephant, Diving with Dolphins and Penguins: Life on the Edge.

  • National Geographic content
  • £5.99 monthly fee
  • Range of films and shows on offer

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What is the Disney+ release schedule for 2020/21?

To find out more about all the latest releases scheduled for the next year, take a look at our guide.

Alternatively, if you’d rather just see what Disney content is on offer on Disney+, take a look here.

How to watch Disney+

Disney+ can be viewed in a large number of ways. You can watch on your laptop/PC by accessing the website or download the app on iOS and Android devices. There is also an app for PS4 and Xbox One game consoles. On the big screen you can use Apple TV, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV Stick or Android TV for streaming for another device. Some Samsung and LG TVs also have built-in Disney+ support. All content on Disney+ is in HD.

You can stream on up to four devices at once. Unlike Netflix, Disney+ isn’t charging extra for the ability to watch on multiple screens. Parents will be happy to know you can set up a Kids Profile, to ensure your children don’t see inappropriate material.

How much does Disney+ cost?

A subscription to Disney+ is slightly cheaper than Netflix’s Basic plan, at £5.99 a month. It includes features such as 4K which attract a premium on other streaming services. You can also pay £59.99 for a year-long subscription.

Why is Disney+ such a big deal?

It seems like everyone is launching a streaming platform these days, so why is Disney+ so special? First off, this new platform is now the exclusive home for subscription-video-on-demand viewing of the newest live-action and animated movies from Disney and Pixar. That includes titles like Mulan, Toy Story 4 and Frozen 2.

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