Must See Disney+ In March

Exciting things are set to come our way this March on Disney+. Some of the early info regarding what will debut in the upcoming month is worth making time for. March also means a nominal increase in subscription fees. But, Disney is promising a lot of amazing content for March and beyond, so it probably isn’t time to cancel your subscription just yet. Here’s the scoop on what’s coming up real soon.

Raya And The Last Dragon: March 5

Once upon a time dragons and humans peacefully lived together. That is, until, vicious monsters called the Druun threatened the people and the land. In order to save humanity, the dragons sacrificed themselves. Fast forward 500 years and the people of the land are in fractured factions that are always fighting. Also, the monsters are back, and they’re still not friendly. Raya is a spunky girl who gives off serious ninja/Tomb Raider energy. She is also searching for the fabled last remaining dragon in order to get rid of the Druun for good and unite the people. The film looks visually gorgeous and a ton of fun. Like Mulan, Raya and the Last Dragon will debut with a paywall. But, if you can wait it out until June, you’ll be able to watch it for free.

Own The Room: March 12

Ever have a big idea, but just didn’t have the guts to chase it? Then you need to watch this and let these students be your inspiration! This documentary follows 5 different students from all over the globe as they chase their dreams and big ideas. They come together at the Global Student Entrepreneur Awards to showcase what they’ve got. Of course, they all have had to overcome serious personal obstacles to achieve their goals and make their ideas realities. But, what they’ve come up with has serious potential to not just change their lives, but many others. This ones promises to be incredibly inspirational and uplifting.

The Falcon And The Winter Soldier: March 19

If you haven’t had enough of the MCU yet, here comes some more super hero fodder. The last time we saw these two was at the end of Avengers: Endgame. Now they’re teaming up and getting into all sorts of trouble, saving the day all over the globe together. Of course this promises to be part buddy comedy, part full-throttle action kinda stuff. The trailer certainly makes it look enticing. Plus, all of these MCU side shows will of course tie in to future MCU phases. New shows will debut weekly, with the series being comprised of 6 episodes.


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