July’s news in the Disney+ catalog | Applications and Software

The Black Widow’s solo film is the highlight of the new features in the Disney+ catalog for July 2021, in simultaneous release in theaters. Cruella also returns, this time without the additional cost of the streaming service’s monthly fee. Check the list with all additions from Disney and other studios of the company.

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Premier Access Movies for July on Disney+

Black Widow (July 9)

Natasha Romanoff, also known as the Black Widow, confronts the darker side of her profession when a dangerous conspiracy linked to her past arises. Pursued by a relentless force to bring her down, Natasha must deal with her history as a spy and the unresolved relationships of a past from before becoming an Avenger.

Jungle Cruise (July 30)

Inspired by the Disneyland attraction of the same name, Jungle Cruise is an exciting Amazon adventure with the witty Captain Frank Wolff and intrepid researcher Dr. Lily Houghton. Lily travels from London to the Amazon rainforest and enlists Frank’s questionable services to guide her downriver on La Quila – his worn but charming boat.

Lily is determined to discover an ancient tree with unique healing properties that has the power to change the future of medicine. Together, on this epic journey, the unlikely pair face supernatural forces and countless dangers lurking in the deceptive beauty of the lush jungle. But as the secrets of the lost tree are revealed, the dangers mount even more for Lily and Frank, and their fate – and that of humanity – is at stake.

Movies at no extra cost for July at Disney+

Playing with Sharks (July 23)

“Playing with Sharks” shows the life of wildlife conservationist Valerie Taylor, a living legend and true pioneer in both underwater production and the study of sharks.

Reflections on Life With Robin Roberts (July 28)

Robin Roberts meets pioneering Hollywood women from multiple generations to talk about never-to-be-told stories about growing up and struggling. Enjoy these spontaneous and inspiring accounts of life. Discover their commonalities and learn how their stories and experiences have created a space for growth and evolution.

other july movies

  • Jack (July 2nd);
  • If Playing the Animal Bites 1 and 2 (July 9);
  • Cruella (July 16).

Series arriving in July at Disney+

Behind the Fun (July 21)

Keep an eye on Disney parks to find out what’s behind Disney fun! From executive producer Dwayne Johnson, Behind the Fun explores how the Imagineers filled Haunted Mansion with 999 happy scares and how Twilight Zone: Tower of Terror™ turned into Guardians of the Galaxy – Mission: BREAKOUT! From Jungle Cruise to Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, every Disney Parks attraction has a magical story.

Monsters at Work (July 7)

Monsters at Work takes place the day after the Monsters S.A power plant begins collecting kid laughs to power the city of Monstropolis, thanks to Mike and Sulley’s discovery that laughter generates ten times more energy than screams.

The series follows the story of Tylor Tuskmon, an enthusiastic young monster who graduated top of his class at Monster University and always dreamed of being a scary man.

But when he gets a job at Monstros SA, he discovers that scaring is no longer in fashion and that laughing is what matters. Tylor is then temporarily transferred to Heavily Trained Installer Monsters (MIFT), where he must work alongside a group of misfit mechanics as he tries to become a prankster.

  • Episode 1: “Meet Mift”;
  • Episode 2: “The Big Wazowskis”.

Turner and Hooch (July 21)

The life of young, organized U.S. Marshals delegate Scott Turner turns upside down when he inherits Hooch, a bumbling, drooling dog. His new pet is annoying, but he ends up helping Scott a lot in catching criminals, finding love, and even solving the mystery of Scott’s father’s latest case.

Turner & Hooch arrives in July at Disney+ (Image: Publicity/Disney)

Turner & Hooch arrives in July at Disney+ (Image: Publicity/Disney)

Tico and Teco: Life in the Park (July 28)

Two little troublemakers have great adventures while enjoying the good life in the city park. The tense and worried Tico, and the laid-back and dreamy Teco, make an unlikely pair: they’re best friends and they drive each other crazy. In their relentless pursuit of nuts, these unlucky troublemakers join Pluto, Big Dog and other iconic Disney characters as they battle bullies big and small.

  • Episode 1: “An Intruder in the Tree/Alone in the Cone/Road to the Embrace”.

Other series arriving in July on Disney+

  • Genius of Noise: seasons 1 to 3 (2nd July);
  • Sinister: Seasons 1-3 (July 2);
  • Bonkers: from star to strip (July 7);
  • The Magic Pumpkin (July 9);
  • Tal Sydney, Tal Max: Season 2 (July 14);
  • Mysteries of Antiquity with Albert Lin: season 1 (July 14);
  • Pair of Kings: Seasons 1-3 (July 16);
  • Nut Hunt with Tico and Teco: seasons 1 and 2 (July 16);
  • Brasil Azul (July 16);
  • Rocketeer: Season 1 (July 28th).

New episodes of already released series

  • Marvel Legends, Episode 9: Black Widow (July 7)

documentary premiere

Risk Double (July 23)

This documentary follows professional stuntman Eddie Braun as he attempts one of the most dangerous stunts in history. With retirement in mind and having survived more than three decades of horrific car accidents, explosions, falls and death-defying jumps, Eddie decides to end his career by recreating the infamous Snake River Canyon rocket jump, an audacious television event that nearly killed the man who inspired Eddie to become a professional stuntman, Evel Knievel.

Short Film Premiere

The Wonderful World of Mickey Mouse (July 28)

Lots of fun and excitement for Mickey Mouse and his best friends as they dodge obstacles and unforeseen events and embark on their biggest adventures yet. All this in a radical and crazy world where Disney’s magic makes the impossible possible.


Like “The wonderful world of Mickey Mouse” in July at Disney+ (Image: Publicity/Disney)

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