In a move to bring in new viewers and help make the subscription all the more appealing, this summer will see a slew of new releases spanning across , , and .
It follows the announcement that the has created a specific playlist celebrating black stories following the Black Lives Matter social movement.
Summer Movie Nights schedule will mainly focus on content, but will also kick off with a very special production.
Summer Nights S Begins with Hamilton
Yes, after revealing that the show will be shown on the , Hamilton, the musical that took the world by storm will kick off Summer Nights series.
Also available on July 3rd be the cult The Mighty Ducks, a classic that spawned its own of kid-friendly sport films.
The doesn’t end there, as the will continue every week into September, with every Friday. The is clearly trying hard to compete with and to cement itself as a premiere platform. There are also a few surprises in there beyond your average and classics.
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After Hamilton and The Mighty Ducks, Friday, July 10th will see the return of a different property; ‘s X-Men .
It’s very interesting to see movies not made by . The fact that X-Men and not the newly added Avengers: or classics like are included certainly sets a precedent that is looking to overcome that consistent criticism that its content isn’t geared enough towards adults. promote
As well as the X-Men films, you can also get even more Hugh Jackman in your life on August 14th when the Greatest Showman will land on !
It’s amazing to see the and other based on properties. try to appeal to everyone not just your hardcore . The main thing that the has to do next is to start delivering on fresh like The Falcon and
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July 3rd: Hamilton, The Mighty Ducks
July 10th: X-Men Days of Future Past, Solo: A Story
July 17th: X-Men: Apocalypse
July 24th: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
July 31st: The Incredibles 2
August 7th: X-Men, The Peanuts
August 14th: Ant-Man and the Wasp, The Greatest Showman
August 21st: Beauty and the Beast (2017)
August 28th: Fantastic Four (2005), Alice Through the Looking Glass
September 4th: The Wolverine
This lineup looks pretty cool, and it’ll be great to finally have the whole available for streaming on . With the delayed release of movies in the theatre, with films like going straight to , it seems that , , and ‘s own may become the new way to watch new on release day.
If you’re part of the exclusive Disney+ Fan Community, why not share your thoughts on the new series. Or, if you’ve signed up for Disney+ Party, host a Hamilton watch party with your nearest and dearest.
Personally, I can’t wait to re-watch Days of Future Past for the eightieth time.
Will you be keeping up with the , or ? Let us know in the comments below.Summer Nights ? What do you use for? Are you more into ,
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