Disney’s Jungle Cruise Film To Release Both Theatrically and with Premier Access on Disney+- July 30


The upcoming Jungle Cruise film will finally be releasing on July 30th. Now we know that it will be releasing both theatrically and with Premier Access on Disney+.

Disney wants to make sure they get their overpriced access option in there for people who still can’t get out the theaters. This way they can control the narrative on numbers too.

The Rock made the announcement on Instagram:



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On JULY 30th JUNGLE CRUISE hits theaters AND your homes worldwide 🚢 🗺

It’s a pleasure to say WE’RE BACK IN THEATERS! 🎭
And it’s a pleasure to say, WE WILL ALSO COME TO YOU! 🏠

Join my ace Emily Blunt (the female Indiana Jones) and myself on THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME as our DISNEY’s JUNGLE CRUISE hits theaters and your living rooms ON THE SAME DAY – JULY 30th.

The most important thing with our movie was to ALWAYS take care of families around the world by giving you options to watch it.

Audience first ☝🏾

Let’s own our 2021 comeback as we get back into the swing of life – ALL ABOARD!!

In theaters AND in your living rooms on Disney+ Premier Access on JULY 30th!!!

And a big @teremana toast of gratitude from deep in my bones to a 20 year career dream come true

This comes ahead of the Investor Call that is happening today at 4:30 PM EST.

No word yet on the price for Premier Access, but it’s usually about $30. You get to watch it as many times as you like for that price on Disney+ as long as you keep your subscription.

Black Widow and Cruella are also releasing with Premier Access soon.

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