Summer Nights adds X-Men and more to the
Here’s a reminder of the full line-up.
July 3rd: Hamilton, The Mighty Ducks
July 10th: X-Men Days of , Solo: A
July 17th: X-Men:
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
August 21st: Beauty and the Beast (2017)
August 28th: (2005), Alice Through the Looking Glass
September 4th: The
Surprise extra movie for US Disney+ users
US subscribers only will also be treated to 2010’s Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. The Jake Gyllenhaal-led tried to be the next Pirates of the Caribbean, but never quite made it.
Still, it’s a run romp with some scenes, so it’s nice to see it on the .
Other launches this week include:
- Hidden Kingdoms of China
- Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge: Adventure Awaits
- UFO Europe: The Untold Stories (S1)
- One Day At Disney – Episode 136 – “Ryan Meinerding: Marvel Studios Creative Director”
- Disney Family Sundays – Series Finale Episode 140 – “Goofy: Pencil Cup”
- Pixar In Real Life – Episode 110 – “WALL·E: BnL Pop-up Shop”
Release gives movies a new home
of left the X-Men films a little out in the cold, relegated to their own universe. It also stands to reason that they’ll be unable to be shown on and soon, as is the case with most owned properties.
However, it’s comforting to see much of the line up (with the exception of more violent ventures like Logan and ) given a home at last. Hopefully the missing X-Men movies like The will come after the summer, though there’s been no word on that yet.
And as for the New Mutants? The official word is still that it’ll get a though a ‘leaked’ release date supposedly debunks that.,
Whichwill you be watching on this week? Let us know in the comments below, fans.