After many delays due to the pandemic, the long -awaited Jungle Cruise finally has a confirmed release date for this year.
Starring Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Emily Blunt, this comedy adventure film is based on the famous ride in Disney theme parks – joining similar adaptations like The Haunted Mansion and All the Pirates of the Caribbean. Caribbean films.
When was Jungle Cruise released?
The Jungle Cruise will be released 30 July 2021 – Just weeks after the Marvel hit Black Widow came out. If you want a taste of what’s to come, check out the official trailer below:
Will Jungle Cruise be released in theaters?
Yes – by the time Jungle Cruise comes out, cinemas will open in both the US and UK, as well as other countries around the world. Therefore, Disney has confirmed that the film will get a theatrical release.
However, if you prefer to watch the Jungle Cruise from the comfort of your own home, that is also possible.
Will Jungle Cruise be released on Disney Plus?
Jungle Cruise is another film coming to Disney Plus Premiere Access, as confirmed by Dwayne Johnson himself.
Disney + Premiere Access is a one-off payment on top of an existing Disney + subscription to give viewers a way to watch movies that under normal circumstances would only be available in theaters.
Films released by this method cost £ 19.99 in the UK, and US $ 29.99 in the US.
If you haven’t subscribed to Disney +yet, you can do so on the website. An account costs £ 7.99 / $ 7.99 per month, or £ 79.90 / $ 79.99 per year at the time of writing.
Here’s what you need to do on July 30th to watch the Jungle Cruise at home:
- Sign in to your Disney + account and head to the homepage
- Click on Jungle Cruise
- Click ‘Get Premiere Access’
- Confirm this is an additional purchase, and you’re happy to be charged so much
Will Jungle Cruise be available on VOD and DVD services?
After the film finishes running in theaters and on Disney Plus Premiere Access, it will eventually arrive on VOD and DVD services – but there may be more to come.
It’s important to note that Mulan eventually became available to watch in the Disney Plus library at no extra cost for subscribers – so Jungle Cruise can do exactly the same.
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