We had a good time to the detriment of Disney last year when it reported Disney+ Day, a “holiday” set for November 12 that obvious the second anniversary of the launch of the streaming service. It was only an entire day of Disney discussing how extraordinary Disney does, as though that is not the thing Disney does on the other 365 days of the year, so hanging it every one of the one exceptional day as though that day were any more unique than some other day just felt somewhat senseless.
Yet again well, Walt’s dusty old apparition has made every one of us seem to be comedians, since the current year’s Disney+ Day isn’t in any event, occurring on Disney+ Day. All things considered, it’s occurring on September 8, which is evidently now the new Disney+ Day. It might appear to be erratic, however it’s not (indeed, not completely): The new date lines Disney+ Day up with the D23 Expo, which is occurring from September 9-11. That implies additional Disney long periods of Disney-filled Disney!
Like last year’s presentation of Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings, the current year’s Disney+ Day has its very own blockbuster debut: As declared today in a public statement, Thor: Love And Thunder will be accessible to stream on Disney+ on September 8 alongside another Assembled extraordinary about the creation of the fourth Thor film, an in the background exceptional about the creation of Obi-Wan Kenobi, new chime in forms of Endlessly frozen 2, a short film with expanded reality components featuring Brie Larson called Remembering, another Simpsons short about Lisa needing to be a princess (ooookay), a Dancing With The Stars review, and another series called Tierra Incógnita.
That is all notwithstanding recently declared stuff like Robert Zemeckis’ Pinocchio (we can hardly hold back to hear Tom Hanks’ Geppetto saying “he’s wood”), Brie Larson’s narrative series Growing Up, and new episodes of Cars On The Road and She-Hulk: Attorney At Law.