Disney is finally releasing their ‘Jungle Cruise’ movie after COVID-19 delays. The film will officially release Friday, July 30th in theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access. But if you don’t want to pay to see it theaters or $29.99 for Premier Access when will Disney make it available at no extra cost for subscribers?
The answer appears to be November 12th according to the Disney+ page.
“Stream with Premier Access staring July 30, 2021 at the same time it’s in the theaters and before it’s available to all Disney+ subscribers on November 12, 2021.”
Personally I’ve been looking forward to this film for quite awhile, so I will be watching it on the release day.
In case you are unfamiliar with the film here’s the synopsis:
“Join fan favorites Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt for the adventure of a lifetime on Disney’s ‘Jungle Cruise,” a rollicking thrill-ride down the Amazon with wisecracking skipper Frank Wolff and intrepid researcher Dr. Lily Houghton.
Lily travels from London, England to the Amazon jungle and enlists Frank’s questionable services to guide her downriver on La Quila-his ramshackle-but-charming-boat. Lily is determined to uncover an ancient tree with unparalleled healing abilities–possessing the power to change the future of medicine.
Thrust on this epic quest together, the unlikely duo encounters innumerable dangers and supernatural forces, all lurking in the deceptive beauty of the lush rainforest. But as the secrets of the lost tree unfold, the stakes reach even higher for Lily and Frank and their fate–and mankind’s–hangs in the balance.”
It is important to note that Disney does include a flashing light warning on this film. If you are photosensitive you might want to take note of that. Especially if you were planning to watch the film in a theater.
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