The March 2021 news at Disney + has been revealed. The streaming catalog receives a lot of content to enjoy during the month, with emphasis on the launch of Raya and the Last Dragon, which arrives at the cinema simultaneously. After Premier Access, the film returns to Disney + in April.
Tip for hanging out with friends
The news from Disney + always arrive on Fridays and, to maintain social isolation and enjoy premieres with friends, we recommend the GroupWatch feature to watch in groups of up to seven people. The tool is native to streaming, with a reaction function for the content scenes. Unfortunately, there is no integrated chat.
Movies arriving at Disney + in March
Raya and the last dragon (March 5)
Long ago, in the fantasy world of Kumandra, humans and dragons lived together in harmony. But when an evil force threatened the land, the dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity. It took 500 years for these same monsters to return and now humanity depends on Raya, an independent warrior who must find the last dragon and end the Drunn forever.
Raya and the Last Dragon will cost R $ 69.90 through Premier Access, between March 5th and 19th. Then, the film will be exclusive in theaters and will return to Disney + on April 23, free of charge.
Flicka 2 (March 5)
Carrie is a teenager from the big city who moves to an equestrian ranch with her father. Everything changes when Carrie meets Flicka, a wild mare with a free spirit and willpower. Carrie opens her heart to her father and a young man, but when a rival puts Flicka in danger, Carrie will do anything to save her best friend.
Flicka 3 (March 5)
Determined to help her mother, Kelly Jenkins (Kacey Rohl) starts training Flicka, a wild mare that belonged to Toby (Clint Black), the new stable manager, who hopes to convert Flicka into a champion to regain her self-esteem.
A Day on Mars (March 12)
An epic journey around Mars, a circuit that, from dawn to dusk, shows the red planet like never before. This film uses unused data from orbits and rovers to build the real Mars and decode its terrain to reveal its extraordinary history. In motion, it shows the largest volcano in the universe, its ancient lakes, the ice worlds of extraterrestrials and the ruins of previous missions.
Nicolas’ Fantasies (March 19)
Nicolas is a 10 year old boy with Down syndrome and a big heart. When his mother dies, he has to go live with his grandparents and his cousin David, a teenager who has no patience to learn how to get along with him. They will have to resolve their differences when Nicolas discovers a portal to a fantastic world … a kingdom where people’s dreams have been stolen.
Tick Tock Tale (March 19)
In the midst of an old London watchmaking, a small and peculiar cloaked clock comes to help the most expensive watch shops when a thief breaks in and threatens to steal them.
Nazca Lines (March 19)
They are impressive works of art, but what purpose do they have? Some theories suggest that they were ancient athletics tracks, tracks for extraterrestrials and even a giant astronomical calculator. But after decades of misunderstanding, modern archeology could have an answer to the enigma on the Nazca Lines.
Gnomeo and Juliet (March 26)
Shakespeare’s work undergoes a transformation: the love story is carried out by elves. Gnomeo and Julieta have to overcome obstacles and fight so that their love story has a happy ending.
Series entering Disney + in March
Baby Daddy (March 5, 6 seasons)
A bachelor in his early 20s becomes a father when an ex-girlfriend leaves a baby at his door.
Marvel Studios Avante (March 12)
Marvel Studios Avante is an immersive documentary series that analyzes the creation of new programs and new films from Marvel Studios. The first episode will be about WandaVision.
Nat Geo Lab (March 12)
The original production Nat Geo Lab makes science easy and fun to experiment at home. In a colorful laboratory, youtuber and presenter Paula Stephânia teaches us incredible experiences and discoveries that surprise children and adults, arousing everyone’s enthusiasm for the world of science.
Treasure Planet (March 12)
In a futuristic version of Robert Louis Stevenson’s timeless tale, a secret map inspires an exciting treasure hunt across the universe. Young Jim Hawkins and a hilarious cosmic team led by the audacious Captain Amelia set out in search of their destiny.
On board a sparkling space vessel, Jim meets the ship’s cyborg cook, John Silver, who teaches him the value of friendship and the power of dreams. Jim soon joins his new friend, a crazy robot named B.E.N., and the multiform Morph to discover a greater treasure than he could have imagined.
Hawk and the Winter Soldier (March 19)
Continuing the events of Avengers: Endgame, on the Serie Falcon and the Winter Soldier from Marvel Studios, Sam Wilson (Falcon) and Bucky Barnes (Winter Soldier) live together on an adventure around the world that puts their skills and patience to the test. The new series is directed by Kari Skogland, and Malcolm Spellman as the main screenwriter.
Alaska: Wild Rehabilitation (March 19)
Alaska heroes rescue, rehabilitate, investigate and celebrate wild animals from the last border with the USA. Representing three renowned conservation centers, these animal lovers work by land, sea and air in one of the most challenging places on our planet, protecting Alaska’s wildlife.
Turning the Game of Champions (March 26)
In today’s Minnesota series, the Mighty Ducks have ceased to be a clumsy group and have become an extremely competitive and powerful youth hockey team.
After 12-year-old Evan Morrow parted ways with the Ducks, he and his mother, Alex, set out to build their own ‘clumsy’ team to challenge the current and relentless sports culture of winning at any cost. With the help of Gordon Bombay, they rediscover the joy of playing just for the love of the sport.
Underworld Mysteries (March 26)
This is a series about archaeological discoveries that uses new and modern research technologies. The archaeologist and specialist in imaging technology, Fábio Amador, will analyze, with innovative equipment, places where the mysteries and beliefs of great civilizations that seemed to have disappeared for a while are rediscovered.
New episodes of series
- WandaVision (March 5);
- The Chosen;
- Inside Pixar (part 3);
- Arnoldo’s Restaurant;
- Believe me, it’s true (season 3);
- Marvel legends.
Documentaries at Disney +
The Best Idea (March 12)
Five students from different corners of the planet take their big ideas to one of the most prestigious competitions for entrepreneurs in the world. Each of them overcame immense obstacles in pursuit of their dreams, such as hurricanes, economic difficulties and civil wars. Your ideas have already changed their lives, but are they ready to change the world?
Mercury Project: The Seven Chosen (March 26)
The documentary The Mercury Project: The Seven Chosen, created by National Geographic, takes viewers to the end of the fifties to tell them the story of the country’s first astronauts known as the “Mercury Seven”.
Interweaving news archives, radio reports, newly transformed and never heard of NASA audios and never-before-seen material, this documentary engages the viewer in one of the most dramatic periods in American history.
Bia: Um Mundo dos Avesso – Making of (March 5)
A peek behind the camera of the special episode of Bia: A World Inside Out, where the universe of the series is upside down. The challenge that meant the creation of totally different characters, looks, dialogues and unprecedented situations, in addition to all the work and the fun of filming.
With information: Disney +.