From ‘Planes’ to ‘A Christmas Carol’ — Here Are the New Movies Coming to Disney+ During November 2020
If you’re looking for some new movies to stream, Disney has you covered. Whether you’re getting ready for the holidays with Disney’s A Christmas Carol or just looking for something fun to watch with the kids, like Planes, there are plenty of new films debuting on Disney+ during November 2020.
Disney’s animated adaptation of ‘A Christmas Carol’ premieres on Nov. 6
The holidays are just around the corner. Disney’s adaptation of A Christmas Carol, featuring Jim Carrey as the holiday-hating Ebenezer Scrooge will be available for streaming for the first time starting on Nov. 6.
This comes about a year after the release of the Disney+ original holiday movie, Noelle, featuring Anna Kendrick as the title character. There are already a few holiday movies available on Disney+, though. That includes The Santa Clause and The Muppets’ version of A Christmas Carol.
Disney and Pixar’s ‘Planes’ premieres on Nov. 20
Dusty has big dreams and a small propeller. Still, this plane doesn’t let his size stop him from competing with high-flying air racers. Hot off the heels of the Cars franchise, Disney and Pixar released their film, Planes, which will be available for streaming starting on Nov. 20.
The same day, the movie Planes: Fire Rescue will be available for binge-watching. A number of Disney and Pixar productions, including the animated movies Cars and Cars 2 are already available on this subscription service.
‘Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day’ joins the Disney+ streaming library
Not every day can be perfect. For 11-year-old Alexander, though, bad things seem to only be happening to him. That is, until this character realizes his family members are going through some pretty terrible, horrible things themselves.
This movie features a number of beloved actors, including Steve Carell (The Office,) Jennifer Garner (13 Going on 30,) Bella Thorne (Shake It Up,) and Dylan Minnette (13 Reasons Why.) Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day will be available for streaming starting on Nov. 27.
‘LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special’
Star Wars: The Clone Wars might’ve come to an end, but there’s still plenty of Star Wars content debuting exclusively on this streaming platform. That includes new episodes of the live-action show, The Mandalorian, and a Disney+ special of LEGO Star Wars. This LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special premieres on Nov. 17.
There are a few other holiday specials premiering on this streaming platform during 2020. That includes the holiday-themed High School Musical: The Musical: The Series special episode, which debuts during December 2020.
If you want to binge-watch the latest and most popular Disney movies and television shows, head to Disney’s streaming platform, Disney+. To learn more about Disney+ and to subscribe, visit their website.