This July, Disney + has a great program for the whole family in store: action with Ant-Man and the Wasp, adventure with The Incredibles 2, bite with the Turner & Hooch series and music. with Summer of Soul!
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Friday July 9 – The Incredibles 2
Fourteen years after having conquered the spectators in the dark rooms, the endearing family of superheroes made its big return to the cinema in The Incredibles 2. From July 9, it is on the platform Disney + that Bob, Hélène and their three this time the children are going to put down their suitcases.
The arrival of a new enemy will disrupt the already complicated daily life of the Parr family, who are just discovering the extent of the incredible powers of the youngest, Jack-Jack.
A stunning new adventure for the whole family, with the French voices of Gérard Lanvin, Louane Emera, Amanda Lear… To (re) discover on the platform from July 9!
Wednesday July 21 – Turner & Hooch
The duo Turner and Hooch land on the platform this summer Disney +. More than thirty years after the film of the same name with Tom Hanks and his adorable four-legged companion, it is now the turn of his son played by Josh Peck (Drake & Josh) to take over in the family series Turner & Hooch.
After the death of his father, Scott Turner Jr., also a careful and organized police officer, inherited the unruly and very slobbery dog Hooch, named in honor of his predecessor. What if this animal was precisely the partner he missed so much?
The Disney + Original series created by Matt Nix (Burn Notice) will air on a weekly basis starting July 21.
Friday July 23 – Ant-Man and the Wasp
While the series from Marvel studios are successful on the Disney + platform, MCU fans will find at the end of the month the second part of the solo adventures of Ant-Man, still played by Paul Rudd.
Scott Lang will have to team up with the Wasp (Evangeline Lilly) on an urgent new mission, as he tries to reconcile his life as a superhero with his responsibilities as a father.
The plot of Peyton Reed’s film takes place before the events of the last two Avengers films. Ant-Man and the Wasp, starring Michael Douglas and Michelle Pfeiffer, will be available July 23 on Disney +.
Friday July 30 – Summer of Soul
Winner of the Audience Prize and the Grand Jury Prize at the 2021 Sundance Festival, the exciting documentary Summer of Soul arrives on July 30 on Disney +!
In the summer of 1969, the Harlem Cultural Festival was in full swing in the alleys of Mount Morris Park in New York. Despite its 300,000 participants, the event, which is being held at the same time as the legendary Woodstock concerts, will quickly fade into oblivion.
Thanks to the impressive work of artist Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson, (re) discover new performances by Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone or even Sly & the Family Stone, associated with archival images that brilliantly reflect this pivotal period for the African American community.
Friday July 2 – Love, Simon
While the second season of Love, Victor is currently being broadcast on the Disney + platform, quickly discover the film at the origin of the series. In Love, Simon, Nick Robinson plays a high school student, secretly homosexual, who communicates online with his crush. A touching romantic comedy with Katherine Langford, Jennifer Garner and Josh Duhamel.
Wednesday July 7 – Monstres & Cie: At work
The Monstropolis teams are back in service this summer on Disney +. Their working conditions have nevertheless changed a lot: there is no longer any question of scaring children, they must now be made to laugh. Discover new monsters in the Monstres & Cie: At work series in 10 episodes.
Wednesday July 21 – Behind the scenes of attractions
The attractions of Disney parks will soon have no secrets for you thanks to the documentary series Behind the Scenes of Attractions. Space Mountain, Star Tours, It’s a Small World… Discover behind the scenes thanks to archival images, photos and never-before-seen sequences, unveiled today to visitors from all over the world.
Wednesday July 28 – Grown-Ish (seasons 1 to 2)
After the success of the sitcom Black-Ish, follow the daily life of the eldest daughter of the Johnson family, in the spinoff series Grown-Ish. After leaving the family cocoon to join the university, Zoey will quickly discover the difficulty of being independent. The heroine is still played by Yara Shahidi. The two first…