Jodie Comer's The Last Duel is coming to Disney+ really soon

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Photo credit: 20th Century Studios
Photo credit: 20th Century Studios

Disney+ is pulling out all the stops for its Disney+ Day celebrations, offering users scores of new content to enjoy as the nights draw in.

As well as the arrival of Marvel's Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings and Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt's Jungle Cruise today (November 12), Disney+ has confirmed that movies such as The Last Duel will soon be available to stream.

Directed by Sir Ridley Scott and starring Killing Eve's Jodie Comer and Star Wars' Adam Driver, The Last Duel only opened in cinemas a matter of weeks ago.

From Wednesday, December 1, however, the medieval drama will be streaming on Disney+.

Photo credit: 20th Century Studios
Photo credit: 20th Century Studios

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That's not all that's been announced – the Hawkeye series is also set to launch on November 24 and Brooklyn Nine-Nine star Stephanie Beatriz's new Disney movie Encanto will be arriving on the platform just in time for Christmas on December 24.

What a treat.

The Last Duel is no doubt hoping for a friendly reception when it lands on Disney+, as despite its impressive cast, the movie was quickly branded a box office flop following a disappointing opening weekend.

Photo credit: 20th Century Studios
Photo credit: 20th Century Studios

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The critically-acclaimed medieval drama, which explores some admittedly challenging themes, faced stiff competition from the likes of Halloween Kills, Bond follow-up No Time To Die, and comic-book outing Venom: Let There Be Carnage.

The Matt Damon and Ben Affleck-written epic took just $9 million (£6.6m) in its first few days. In comparison, Venom 2 raked in $62.3 million, while Halloween Kills – which opened the same day as The Last Duel – made $50.4 million.

The Last Duel is now available to watch in cinemas.

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