More than a dozen new titles are coming to Disney Plus today

Today is the day to catch ShangChi, The Legend of the Ten Rings and Jungle Cruise on Disney Plus. As part of Disney Plus Day, more than a dozen films are coming to the service.
The event will begin at 6 AM PT/9AM ET. It will offer viewers exclusive looks, teasers and trailers. These will be revealed throughout the morning and fans can follow along via Disney Plus's official Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and Facebook accounts. Disney Plus has uploaded a truckload of content to its streaming service, including:

Shang-Chi, The Legend of the Ten Rings

Jungle Cruise

Home Sweet Home Alone

Olaf Presents

A selection of Walt Disney Animation Studios fan-favorite shorts

Ciao Alberto

The World According To Jeff Goldblum Season 2 Episodes 1-5)

Boba Fett's Legacy: Under the Helmet

The Simpsons in Plusaversary


The Making of Happier Than Ever: A Love Letter from Los Angeles

Marvel Assembled - The Making of Shang-Chi & The Legend of The Ten Rings

Marvel Studios Legends: Hawkeye



Fancy Nancy Season 3

The Disney Plus Day began with amazing promotions for Disney fans, including Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar and many other franchises. For $2 per month, new or returning subscribers can grab a subscription.

Disney has also partnered with WizKids, Funko and other brands to offer special discounts on Disney merchandise. Today, the company will also unveil an "ultra rare" NFT. Fans can catch surprise screenings at over 200 AMC theaters across the country for $5 throughout the weekend. You won't even know what movie you are watching until it starts. You can find a complete list of all the Disney Plus Day promotions right here.

Lastly, Disney partnered up with IMAX in order to upgrade a collection Marvel movies to IMAX’s expanded aspect ratio format on Disney Plus. This will allow viewers to see more of certain scenes and give them up to 26 percent better picture quality. Thirteen Marvel films, including Shang-Chi's Legend of the Ten Rings, will be upgraded to the expanded aspect ratio format on Disney Plus. This will allow viewers to see more of certain scenes.

Disney used the fake-holiday to promote its streaming series and tease some of their upcoming shows, including Baymax and the first image of Hocus Pocus 2.