Disney+ is releasing heavy artillery in March. The platform will be streaming its new Marvel series as well as the latest Pixar series. Discover the program.
The start of the year on Disney+ has been pretty quiet. The platform is accelerating in March with many new series and movies. Young and old alike can discover Pixar’s new whimsical adventure starring Red Panda.
The platform also makes appointments for superhero lovers with moon knight and Captain Marvel. Waiting for the release Doctor Strange in the multiverse of madnessscheduled for May 4, the audience in the House of Ideas will be pleased.
- overtake a running person – 2nd of March
- Great North (Season 2) – March 9
- Alexander El (Season 1 & 2) – March 9
- Pair//els – March 23
Every action has consequences, sometimes even unexpected ones. Bilal, Roman, Samuel and Victor will pay the price. Their lives are turned upside down when they find themselves separated after a mysterious event sends them to parallel dimensions. Since then, they have never stopped doing everything to understand what happened and try to return.
With this series created by Quoc Dang Tran, Disney+ offers its first creation of its kind in France. halfway between Dark and very strange thingsshe wants to bring out the beauty of teenage friendships by adding a bit of mystery to her story.
- innocent – March 23
- Fosters (Season 4) – March 23
- Birthplace: Fort Salem (Season 1) – March 23
- moon knight – 30th of March
After Hawkeye, Marvel is back with a new original series. At Disney+, House of Ideas will follow the adventures of a character never seen before on the big screen. Therefore, the first for studios that will be interested in moon knight. Wary gift shop employee Stephen Grant suddenly suffers from memory loss. Haunted by visions of another life, he discovers that he suffers from dissociative identity disorder and shares a body with a mercenary: Mark Spector.
Directed by Mohammed Diab and duo Justin Benson and Aaron Moorehead, Moon Knight will play Oscar Isaac (Dune). He will give an answer to Ethan Hawke (Gorgeous 7) and May Kalamawi (together or not).
- muppet babies (Season 2) – March 30
- Fresh – March 4
- Captain Marvel – March 4
- demolition – March 4
- Carrier – March 4
- Carrier 2 – March 4
- Carrier 3 – March 4
- Transporter: Legacy – March 4
- 8 women – March 4
- Source of Women – March 4
- red alert – 11th of March
Do you remember your teen years? This period when you had to maneuver between the chaos of the ongoing changes and your mother, who still saw you as an exemplary little girl. It’s even more difficult for Mei Li, as she has to deal with a giant red panda that appears whenever she’s overwhelmed with emotion.
The feature film, directed by Domi Shi, Academy Award winner for Bao, aims to offer a tender look at puberty, some magic, and lots of laughs. Dive into the heart of the 2000s with Tamagotchi, boy band and other fun stuff.
- Red Alert: Creation – 11th of March
- Monster in Paris – 11th of March
- Jack and the Mechanics of the Heart – 11th of March
- Age of Reason – 11th of March
- a dime a dozen – 18th of March
- First: robot contest – 18th of March
- Disco – 18th of March
- I’m fine don’t worry – 18th of March
- Children’s games – 18th of March
- In the eyes of Tammy Faye – March 23
Andrew Garfield is on every date. After Tick, tick… boom and Spiderman: No Way Home, a British actor stars in a film inspired by the life of Tammy Faye, a woman who managed in the 1970s to create a large evangelistic television channel with her husband, as well as a religiously inspired theme park. He will talk about the financial waste, fraud and scandals that will lead to the fall of this empire, so carefully built …
Directed by Michael Showalterbig sick), the new Searchlight Pictures film will star Jessica Chastain (Alone on Mars), Vincent d’Onofrio (Daredevil) and Cherry Jones (Brooklyn Affair).
- Ice Age: The Adventures of Buck Wilde – March, 25
- Olivia Rodrigo: driving home 2 units – March, 25
- Mickey’s Wonderful Spring – March, 25
- Delicacy – March, 25
- Emotional Anonymous – March, 25
Note, however, that despite their impending disappearance on Netflix, The Defenders has yet to make it into the Disney+ catalog.
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