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What’s new on Disney Plus: Best movies, shows, and originals for September 2020

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What’s new on Disney Plus: Best movies, shows, and originals for September 2020

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Here’s what’s new on Disney Plus for September.

Best new movies on Disney Plus: September 2020

Ever After: A Cinderella Story

The timeless story of Cinderella is reimagined as a Renaissance-era romance, and it’s a highlight of what’s new on Disney Plus in September.

Gone are Cinderella’s fairy godmother and the pumpkin carriage, and in its place is a story about a tenacious young woman who takes control of her own fate, the French prince whose heart she captures, and a royal case of mistaken identity. (And yes, a glass slipper comes into play!) It’s a Cinderella story steeped in realism with Leonardo da Vinci factoring in as a major character.

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The Wolverine

Logan may be James Mangold’s X-Men crowning achievement, but his first take on Wolverine is entertaining—and a mass improvement on X-Men Origins: Wolverine. (Also known as the film that introduced a zipped-up Deadpool.)

The Wolverine picks up after X-Men: The Last Stand and follows Logan (Hugh Jackman) to Japan as he tries to help out an old friend. However, after his arrival, he’s forced to face his past as he goes on the run with a young woman. On their tail are other mutants, the Yakuza, and a villain known as the Silver Samurai, who all target them for one reason or another.

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Best new shows on Disney Plus: September 2020

Earth to Ned

Ned and Cornelius, two aliens soldiers who were sent to Earth to invade it, abandon their plans and instead host a late-night talk show in this original series from the Jim Henson Company. Ned and Cornelius fall in love with Earth as their celebrity guests teach them about human culture, but they have to keep their home planet—and the Galactic Fleet admiral—from discovering the existence of their talk show.

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Once Upon a Time

Just as Disney’s efforts to remake its extensive catalog kicked off, ABC launched a series from Lost writers Adam Kitsis and Eddie Horowitz that reimagined Disney movies, fairy tales, folklore, legends, and myths and blended it with our world. The series centers on Emma Swann (Jennifer Morrison), the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming, who’s drawn to the small town of Storybrooke, Maine—which has been placed under a curse—after the boy that she put up for adoption 10 years earlier comes looking for her.

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Best New Originals and Exclusives on Disney Plus: September 2020

Mulan

Mulan might be the most anticipated title out of what’s new on Disney Plus this month. Like many of Disney’s other live-action remakes, it closely resembles the original.

Liu Yifei stars as Hua Mulan, the woman who disguises herself as a man to take her father’s place after China’s Imperial Army calls for a man in every family to fight against invaders from the north and the witch who aids them. While it won’t have the animated version’s musical numbers, Mulan will feature plenty of epic battles.

The film was originally set for theatrical release back in March, but those plans were scrapped because of the coronavirus pandemic. After several delays, Mulan is finally debuting on Disney+ as the streaming platform’s first Premier Access film.

In order to watch Mulan, current Disney+ subscribers can rent Mulan for $29.99 in the U.S. (while it’ll be a little cheaper internationally). Unlike other rentals, which are only available for 48 hours after you start watching it, you’ll be able to watch Mulan as many times as you want as long as you have a Disney+ account.

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Secret Society of Second-Born Royals

A teenager who’s second in line to the throne (and is uninterested in any of it) discovers that she has superpowers. She’s then invited to train alongside other second-born royals with powers and join the Secret Society. While they might not have the throne, they do have an even more important job: Protecting the world from anything that might harm it.

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Best recent releases on Disney Plus: Editors’ picks

Howard

“You can tell from the get-go that there’s a gentle and personal touch to Howard. Written and directed by Don Hahn, who worked with Ashman as a producer on Beauty and the Beast, it’s an examination of both Ashman as a person and as a creative mind. It delves into Ashman’s personal relationships but it also doesn’t shy away from the fact that Ashman had failures and that he wasn’t always the easiest person to work with…He had a very particular way of doing things, often informing voice actors how to inject their characters into song recordings. But there’s little malice from people in describing them now because well, Ashman’s notes absolutely made those films better.”

Howard


Hamilton

“From its very first note to its last, Hamilton is a marvel. For more than a year following its Broadway debut in 2015, the Tony, Pulitzer, and Grammy award-winning musical-turned-phenomenon, along with many of its stars, was everywhere online … Hamilton brings depths of humanity to Hamilton himself, warts and all, but the greater gift—enhanced with the care and attention that the camera gives them, as well as the book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda—is the humanity that the other players, some of them larger-than-life figures whose legacy looms large to this day, receive.”

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September 2020 new movies on Disney+

Available Sept. 4

  • D2: The Mighty Ducks
  • D3: The Mighty Ducks
  • Mulan
  • Never Been Kissed
  • Strange Magic
  • Trick or Treat
  • The Wolverine

Available Sept. 18

  • Ever After: A Cinderella Story
  • Notre Dame: Race Against the Inferno
  • Oil Spill of the Century

Available Sept. 25

  • The Giant Robber Crab
  • Oceans
  • Secret Society of Second-Born Royals

 


 

September 2020 new shows on Disney+

Available Sept. 4

  • Earth to Ned (series premiere)
  • Muppets Now, episode 106
  • One Day At Disney, episode 140
  • Pixar In Real Life, episode 111
  • Weird But True!, episode 304

Available Sept. 11

  • One Day At Disney, episode 104
  • Weird But True!, episode 305

Available Sept. 18

  • Coop & Cami Ask the World (season 2)
  • Europe from Above (season 1)
  • India from Above (season 1)
  • Kingdom of the Mummies (season 1)
  • Marvel Super Hero Adventures (season 4)
  • Once Upon a Time (seasons 1-7)
  • One Day At Disney, episode 142
  • Soy Luna (seasons 2-3)
  • Violetta (season 3)
  • Weird But True!, episode 306
  • Wicked Tuna (season 9)

Available Sept. 25

  • Fancy Nancy: Fancy it Yourself (season 2)
  • Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted (season 2)
  • Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom, series premiere
  • Muppet Babies (season 2)
  • One Day At Disney, episode 143
  • Port Protection: Alaska (season 3)
  • Sydney to the Max (season 2)
  • Weird But True!, episode 307
  • Wild Central America (season 1)
  • X-Ray Earth (season 1)

The post What’s new on Disney Plus: Best movies, shows, and originals for September 2020 appeared first on The Daily Dot.

Here’s what’s new on Disney Plus for September.

Movies: Ever After: A Cinderella Story, The WolverineShows: Earth to Ned, Once Upon a TimeOriginals and exclusives: Mulan, Secret Society of Second-Born RoyalsFull list of September 2020 moviesFull list of September 2020 showsBest new movies on Disney Plus: September 2020

Ever After: A Cinderella Story

The timeless story of Cinderella is reimagined as a Renaissance-era romance, and it’s a highlight of what’s new on Disney Plus in September.

Gone are Cinderella’s fairy godmother and the pumpkin carriage, and in its place is a story about a tenacious young woman who takes control of her own fate, the French prince whose heart she captures, and a royal case of mistaken identity. (And yes, a glass slipper comes into play!) It’s a Cinderella story steeped in realism with Leonardo da Vinci factoring in as a major character.

The Wolverine

Logan may be James Mangold’s X-Men crowning achievement, but his first take on Wolverine is entertaining—and a mass improvement on X-Men Origins: Wolverine. (Also known as the film that introduced a zipped-up Deadpool.)

The Wolverine picks up after X-Men: The Last Stand and follows Logan (Hugh Jackman) to Japan as he tries to help out an old friend. However, after his arrival, he’s forced to face his past as he goes on the run with a young woman. On their tail are other mutants, the Yakuza, and a villain known as the Silver Samurai, who all target them for one reason or another.

See the Daily Dot’s review of LoganBest new shows on Disney Plus: September 2020

Earth to Ned

Ned and Cornelius, two aliens soldiers who were sent to Earth to invade it, abandon their plans and instead host a late-night talk show in this original series from the Jim Henson Company. Ned and Cornelius fall in love with Earth as their celebrity guests teach them about human culture, but they have to keep their home planet—and the Galactic Fleet admiral—from discovering the existence of their talk show.

Once Upon a Time

Just as Disney’s efforts to remake its extensive catalog kicked off, ABC launched a series from Lost writers Adam Kitsis and Eddie Horowitz that reimagined Disney movies, fairy tales, folklore, legends, and myths and blended it with our world. The series centers on Emma Swann (Jennifer Morrison), the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming, who’s drawn to the small town of Storybrooke, Maine—which has been placed under a curse—after the boy that she put up for adoption 10 years earlier comes looking for her.

Best New Originals and Exclusives on Disney Plus: September 2020

Mulan

Mulan might be the most anticipated title out of what’s new on Disney Plus this month. Like many of Disney’s other live-action remakes, it closely resembles the original.

Liu Yifei stars as Hua Mulan, the woman who disguises herself as a man to take her father’s place after China’s Imperial Army calls for a man in every family to fight against invaders from the north and the witch who aids them. While it won’t have the animated version’s musical numbers, Mulan will feature plenty of epic battles.

The film was originally set for theatrical release back in March, but those plans were scrapped because of the coronavirus pandemic. After several delays, Mulan is finally debuting on Disney+ as the streaming platform’s first Premier Access film.

In order to watch Mulan, current Disney+ subscribers can rent Mulan for $29.99 in the U.S. (while it’ll be a little cheaper internationally). Unlike other rentals, which are only available for 48 hours after you start watching it, you’ll be able to watch Mulan as many times as you want as long as you have a Disney+ account.

The complete schedule of Disney live-action remakesSecret Society of Second-Born Royals

A teenager who’s second in line to the throne (and is uninterested in any of it) discovers that she has superpowers. She’s then invited to train alongside other second-born royals with powers and join the Secret Society. While they might not have the throne, they do have an even more important job: Protecting the world from anything that might harm it.

Best recent releases on Disney Plus: Editors’ picks

Howard

“You can tell from the get-go that there’s a gentle and personal touch to Howard. Written and directed by Don Hahn, who worked with Ashman as a producer on Beauty and the Beast, it’s an examination of both Ashman as a person and as a creative mind. It delves into Ashman’s personal relationships but it also doesn’t shy away from the fact that Ashman had failures and that he wasn’t always the easiest person to work with…He had a very particular way of doing things, often informing voice actors how to inject their characters into song recordings. But there’s little malice from people in describing them now because well, Ashman’s notes absolutely made those films better.”

Read the Daily Dot’s review of HowardHamilton

“From its very first note to its last, Hamilton is a marvel. For more than a year following its Broadway debut in 2015, the Tony, Pulitzer, and Grammy award-winning musical-turned-phenomenon, along with many of its stars, was everywhere online … Hamilton brings depths of humanity to Hamilton himself, warts and all, but the greater gift—enhanced with the care and attention that the camera gives them, as well as the book, music, and lyrics by Lin-Manuel Miranda—is the humanity that the other players, some of them larger-than-life figures whose legacy looms large to this day, receive.”

Read the Daily Dot’s review of Hamilton 

 

September 2020 new movies on Disney+

Available Sept. 4

D2: The Mighty DucksD3: The Mighty DucksMulanNever Been KissedStrange MagicTrick or TreatThe WolverineAvailable Sept. 18

Ever After: A Cinderella StoryNotre Dame: Race Against the InfernoOil Spill of the CenturyAvailable Sept. 25

The Giant Robber CrabOceansSecret Society of Second-Born Royals  

 

September 2020 new shows on Disney+

Available Sept. 4

Earth to Ned (series premiere)Muppets Now, episode 106One Day At Disney, episode 140Pixar In Real Life, episode 111Weird But True!, episode 304Available Sept. 11

One Day At Disney, episode 104Weird But True!, episode 305Available Sept. 18

Coop & Cami Ask the World (season 2)Europe from Above (season 1)India from Above (season 1)Kingdom of the Mummies (season 1)Marvel Super Hero Adventures (season 4)Once Upon a Time (seasons 1-7)One Day At Disney, episode 142Soy Luna (seasons 2-3)Violetta (season 3)Weird But True!, episode 306Wicked Tuna (season 9)Available Sept. 25

Fancy Nancy: Fancy it Yourself (season 2)Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted (season 2)Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom, series premiereMuppet Babies (season 2)One Day At Disney, episode 143Port Protection: Alaska (season 3)Sydney to the Max (season 2)Weird But True!, episode 307Wild Central America (season 1)X-Ray Earth (season 1)The post What’s new on Disney Plus: Best movies, shows, and originals for September 2020 appeared first on The Daily Dot.

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