What you need to know
- Frozen 2 is now available to stream on Disney+ in the U.S.
- It will be available internationally starting on March 17.
- This release comes three months earlier than it was originally supposed to be available.
Not all companies use Friday nights to dump bad news on us! Yesterday, Disney announced that beginning March 15, Frozen 2 would be available to stream on Disney+. However, it appears we don't have to wait that long as the film is now live on DisneyPlus.com (opens in new tab) for American subscribers. It looks like customers in Canada, Netherlands, Australia and New Zealand still have to wait for Tuesday, March 17 to get the film internationally.
Bob Chapek, Disney's CEO said:
Given the current Coronavirus status around the world, this news will be something that many people enjoy. Disney+ is expanding across Europe in just under two weeks, though Disney does not confirm in this announcement whether or not Frozen 2 will now be a launch title in the new locations.
Frozen 2 follows the journey of Elsa and Anna, while flashing back to times before the original Frozen to give you more insight and builds upon the original story line. Whether you have a little one that you're trying to keep entertained while staying inside, or you are just curious about the movie, you won't want to miss your chance to stream it on Disney's awesome Disney+ service.
You can sign up for a monthly membership now for just $6.99 monthly, or prepay for the year for $69.99. With this, you get a free 7-day trial. There's also a bundle that includes Hulu and ESPN+ alongside Disney+ for the low cost of just $12.99 total each month. Unfortunately, there is no free trial on the bundle offer.
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