The organization is aiming to repeat last year’s Disney Day success this year. Disney Day, which was a celebration of the company’s founding, is observed two months earlier this year. It also precedes D23 Expo, the ultimate Disney fan gathering, where the studio showcases a number of new films and television programs that will be available on its platforms.

The firm is launching a few new films on the platform on Disney Day this year, including Thor: Love and Thunder, which performed admirably in theaters during the summer. Below is a Disney Day teaser that you can view.

WHAT WILL HAPPEN ON DISNEY DAY? We anticipated seeing a lot of the movies that Disney Day is delivering. These include Growing Up, Epic Adventures with Bertie Gregory, Frozen Sing-Along, Dancing with the Stars: The Pros Most Memorable Dances, Cars on the Road, and Dancing with the Stars: The Pros Most Memorable Dances. Episode 4 of She-Hulk from Marvel Studios. Thor: Thunder and Love, The Making of Thor: Love and Thunder by Marvel Studios, A Jedis Return, Pinocchio, Remembering, Welcome to the Club, Tierra Incognita, and many other works by Obi-Wan Kenobi.

Advertisement On September 19, Dancing with the Stars will transition to streaming, so Disney Day will take a look back at the 20 most iconic dances from the 30 seasons of the program. Professional dancers Derek Hough, Kym Johnson, Cheryl Burke, and Brandon Armstrong selected these, and they will host.

The special Obi-Wan Kenobi: A Jedis Return will also feature never-before-seen behind-the-scenes material, vivid personal tales, and poignant moments.

Disney Day will also feature special showings of some Disney movies at AMC Theaters. Encanto, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Cars, and Newsies are just a few examples. Each screening will only cost $5 for general admission tickets. While supplies last, each who attends will receive a free Disney poster. The sale of tickets will start on September 1.


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