Disney's 'Encanto' has birthed a genuine musical phenomenon with Lin-Manuel Miranda's 'We Don't Talk About Bruno'.
This month on Disney+, a strange Marvel character comes to the small screen along with more of Jeff Goldblum's escapades.
“Marvel did what they said they would do, and you’ve really got to respect them for doing that”, says Bert.
Ahead of the impending festive period, we’re here with a bumper edition of the streaming guide, picking out some highlights — new and old — released on streaming services over the final weeks of the year.
The fourth chapter has an especially great balance of heart, character moments, and action, culminating in a cool reveal
Christmas is coming, and so we’re here to provide you with some streaming counter-programming this week.
'Star Wars' is back on the small screen, while a beloved children's book series gets the animated movie treatment.
This epic new Disney+ documentary is essential viewing for fans of the Fab Four and music history.
Since his big screen introduction in 2011, Clint Barton’s Marvel Cinematic Universe journey hasn’t always hit the mark.
“Encanto alone is going to change the percentage of Latinx in front of the camera,” the actor tells Yahoo.
He has worked with Sacha Baron Cohen in disguise, but rebooting 'Home Alone' is just as scary.
From Friday, 12 November, Disney+ will change the way you watch some of Marvel's biggest movies.
Disney has rebooted the 'Home Alone' franchise, with Archie Yates stepping into the shoes of Macaulay Culkin.
There's yet another new Marvel series to enjoy, as well as the 'Home Alone' reboot and plenty to mark Disney+ Day.
Hocus Pocus 2 has announced who will join the Sanderson sisters in this spooky sequel for Disney+.
Don Cheadle says his Disney+ show will have plenty of unexpected elements, even for the most seasoned Marvel fans.
'American Horror Story' is back, alongside a tonne of other Halloween-themed film and TV as the spookiest day of the year draws closer.
Never-before-seen Jedi Knights in Star Wars: Visions, spooky tree knights in The Green Knight, nights out in China with The Farewell.
Star Wars: Visions presents an anthology of work from different Japanese animation studios, untethered from the burden of ‘canon’.