June sees the release of new movies and series on the Disney+ streaming service, the home of movies and series from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic and Star, exclusively home to Disney+ original productions.
The month of June marks one year since the launch of Disney+ in Romania, and subscribers will have exceptional prizes, among which is the great success Avatar: The Path of Water, expected by everyone, which will be released on June 7. Avatar: The Path of Water takes us to the amazing world of Pandora, where a man embarks on an epic journey of adventure and love, and fights to save the unique place he’s learned to call home. James Cameron, the Oscar-winning director of Titanic, delivers an immersive cinematic experience where revolutionary technology meets captivating characters in a timeless and moving story.
Movies and series premiere on Disney+ in June
Also, Samuel Jackson as Nick Fury is coming to Disney+ in the highly anticipated Marvel spy series: Secret Invasion, out June 21. In Marvel Studios’ new series Secret Invasion, currently set in the MCU, Nick Fury learns of a clandestine invasion of Earth by a faction of the Skrulls. Fury joins his allies, including Everett Ross, Maria Hill, and the Skrull Talos, who has built a life for himself on Earth. Together they embark on a race against time to stop an impending Skrull invasion in time and save humanity.
In addition, Flaming Hot: The Spice of Success, directed by Eva Longoria, will tell the story of an American dream behind the famous chips, on June 9 on Disney+. “Flamin’ Hot: The Spice of Success” is the inspirational story of Richard Montañez, the Frito-Lay janitor who used his Latin American heritage and upbringing to turn the popular Flamin’ Hot Cheetos brand into a snack that turned the food industry on its head and became an international pop culture phenomenon.
Furthermore, The Full Monty, which launches on June 14, will continue 25 years after its debut, where it began, in the post-industrial city of Sheffield. So, 25 years after the success of the original British production, the eight-episode 60-minute series will follow the same gang of boys as they try to cope in post-industrial Sheffield and through the health, education and workforce sectors , located in Decin. The comedy-drama follows what happened to the gang after they put their gear back together, exploring their most glorious, silliest and most desperate moments. It will also highlight how the wildly funny world of these working-class heroes – who still live in Sheffield – has changed over the decades.
It is important to note that the availability of movies and series may vary by country and may change.
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