And what does Disney + offer in early 2021 compared to Netflix and Amazon Prime? Well, the new year doesn't start badly here either: Marvel fans in particular have been waiting months for one of the upcoming series.
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Journey of the Dawn
Release date: January 1st
And with that, the third and so far last Narnia part has appeared on Disney +: In The Chronicles of Narnia: The Journey of the Dawn accompanies her Lucy and Edmund Pevensie back to the fantastic realm, where they sail together with Prince Caspian on the ship Dawn to the edge of the world. Incidentally, this is the best time to have an afternoon in Narnia – with all three films.
Check out The Chronicles of Narnia: Journey of the Dawn on Disney +.
Release date: 15. January
The Marvel series WandaVision is finally here – and it's got good reviews too! With 9.1 / 10 points at IMDB The bizarre suburban horror comedy series starts in the first episode: The superhero couple Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) move to a suburban idyll that is soon haunted by strange events.
Watch the first episode of WandaVision on Disney +.
Manolo and the Book of Life
Release date: 22nd of January
The animation and family film Manolo and the Book of Life is about the young Manolo who is caught between the expectations of his family and his desire to follow love. In order to be able to make a decision, he begins his journey into three fantastic worlds in which he has to conquer his greatest fears.
The highly praised adventure film not only inspires with the story and the characters – the crazy style of the animations is also second to none. A must-see for Disney fans.
Check out Manolo and the Book of Life on Disney +.
After The Mandalorian, whose second season was released at the end of 2020, WandaVision now seems to be a solid reason to get Disney + in addition to the other streaming services. And if you don't just want to take out a subscription for a few series: Disney also hides a number of animal and nature films in its offer.