Disney+: Frozen 2, Avengers Endgame… these successful movies will soon hit the platform! – Movie News

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After winning over viewers at the cinema, these hit movies are coming soon to Disney+: (re)discover Dumbo, Frozen 2, Avengers Endgame, Aladdin, Toy Story 4 and The Lion King in the coming months on the platform!

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This is one of the great strengths of the platform. Disney+ : Its impressive catalog lists great cinema classics, from Titanic to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Cinderella, but also more recent hits like Captain Marvel and Paddington 2, or even original films available exclusively.

Two years after its launch in France, Disney+ has not finished pampering its subscribers. In the coming weeks, several films that have won the hearts of moviegoers will also join the platform. So many feature films to (re)discover alone, with friends or family!

Dumbo – Available Now

Your attention please, the show is about to begin… A true specialist in singular and poetic works, Tim Burton takes viewers on a journey they won’t forget with the movie Dumbo, now available on Disney+.

Almost 80 years after the Disney classic, the American filmmaker revisits the story of the irresistible baby elephant with his impressive ears that allow him to… fly!

In this heartwarming feature film, Tim Burton meets some of his favorite actors: Michael Keaton (Beetlejuice, Batman), Danny DeVito (Batman, The Challenge, Mars Attacks!) and Eva Green (Dark Shadows, Miss Peregrine and The Kids). It also features Colin Farrell as Holt Farrier, the circus’ elephant keeper.

Frozen 2 – Friday April 15

Nearly six years after the huge success of the animated film Frozen in 2013, viewers are invited back to the kingdom of Arendelle in Frozen II. And it’s a real hit again when it’s released in theaters, beating even the first movie’s results at the worldwide box office!

In this second play, Elsa embarks on a dangerous journey to discover the origin of her magical powers. Of course, she can count on the support of Anna, Kristoff, Sven and the lovable Olaf, always voiced in French by comedian and actor Dany Boon.

In its original version, the film offers a high-flying voice cast: Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad, among others. Nor will we fail to mention its captivating music, whose title Towards the unknownnominated for an Oscar for best original song in 2020. To see or see again from April 15 on Disney +.

Avengers: Endgame – Wednesday, April 27

While the fourth phase of the MCU launched in the summer of 2021 with the theatrical release of Black Widow, and the Marvel Studios original series continues to be a hit on the platform, Disney+ invites you to (re)discover for the first time the transmission. the epic conclusion to the famous Infinity Saga.

The second biggest box office hit in the world behind only Avatar (also available on Disney+), Avengers: Endgame brings together the heroes Captain America, Iron Man, Thor, Black Widow, Bruce Banner and Clint Barton in search of a solution to save to half of humanity. disappeared behind the snap of the fingers of the chilling Thanos.

After Avengers: Infinity War, Anthony and Joe Russo offer fans of the Marvel universe a simply spectacular ending. Find Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Brie Larson, Paul Rudd and the whole team from April 27 on the platform.

Aladdin – Coming Soon

Live action remakes of the great Disney classics are popular and they are not going to stop. In 2019, director Guy Ritchie (Snatch, The Gentlemen) lifts the veil on his version of the story dedicated to the famous prince of thieves, Aladdin.

Mena Massoud and Naomi Scott, respectively, play the good-natured young hero and the mysterious Princess Jasmine in this ambitious feature film. Hollywood star Will Smith takes on the role of the mighty Genie, a key character in the Disney universe dubbed into French by Anthony Kavanagh.

Together they cover the cult and unforgettable songs of the animated film, which shook the childhood of an entire generation, as I’m your best friend, this blue dream Y prince there. Join the fabulous kingdom of Agrabah on Disney+ soon. Don’t worry, Abu is in the game too!

Toy Story 4 – Coming Soon

The biggest success of the Toy Story animation saga, Josh Cooley’s 4th work will arrive very soon on the platform. Crowned with excellent press and viewer ratings of 4.2/5 on AlloCiné, the winner of the Oscar for best animated film in 2020 has also won the hearts of the public!

This entertainment from Pixar studios follows the exciting new adventures of Woody and his gang, accompanied by Fourchette, a utensil reluctantly transformed into a toy by Bonnie. With humor and emotion, Toy Story 4 transports us once again to this universe that is so familiar to children and their parents, and that still has a lot to offer us.

In the French version, viewers will recognize the voices of Pierre Niney (Fourchette), Angèle (Gabby Gabby), Franck Gastambide (Bunny), Audrey Fleurot (La Bergère), and Jamel Debbouze (Ducky). Jean-Philippe Puymartin and Richard Darbois continue to voice the iconic characters Woody and Buzz Lightyear. See you soon on Disney+.

The Lion King – Coming Soon

In the top 10 of the biggest hits in cinema, the live-action version of the great classic The Lion King won over viewers when it was released in theaters in the summer of 2019. Twenty-five years after the animated film, Jon Favreau ( The Mandalorian) stages the mythical story of Simba, the future king of the Land of Lions.

This story, which rocked the childhood of many viewers, is brought to life here in live action on stunning sets. In the original version, the feature film has the vocal participation of Beyoncé, Donald Glover, Chiwetel Ejiofor or even Seth Rogen. In VF, viewers will recognize the voices of Jean Reno (who re-dubbed Mufasa as in 1994), Rayane Bensetti, Anne Sila and Jamel Debbouze.

With music by Hans Zimmer, featuring some of Elton John’s must-see hits, travel soon to the heart of the African savannah opposite The Lion King.

Find all these movies soon exclusively on Disney+.

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