Thor: Love and Thunder landed on Disney Plus on Thursday, giving fans a chance to analyze those two post-credits scenes even more. The 29th Marvel Cinematic Universe movie came to theaters in July, and its streaming debut was accompanied by a behind-the-scenes “Assembled” documentary.
Disney’s streaming service also got episode 4 of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, the eighth Disney Plus MCU TV series, on Thursday, so Marvel fans might want to budget a few hours.
Sept. 8 saw Disney Plus Day, an annual virtual event where the company typically announces upcoming content.
Other notable additions Thursday include Obi-Wan Kenobi: A Jedi’s Return, a behind-the-scenes documentary about the Star Wars series that finished up in June, a live-action remake of Pinocchio (not to be confused with the Guillermo del Toro stop-motion one coming to Netflix) and sing-along versions of Frozen and Frozen 2 (in case you and any kids around don’t already know every lyric).
Also added to the service on Thursday was Remembering, a short movie about a writer (played by Captain Marvel’s Brie Larson) who loses an idea; a new Simpsons short about Lisa; a Dancing With the Stars: The Pros’ Most Memorable Dances clip show; and Tierra Incógnita (a series about a teen whose parents vanish in a horror theme park).
We got Cars on the Road (a spinoff TV show based on the Pixar movies), the coming-of-age docu-series Growing Up and the National Geographic series Epic Adventures with Bertie Gregory.
The D23 Expo, a binannual gathering of Disney fans, is also running in Anaheim, California, from Friday to Sunday, so expect plenty more Disney Plus announcements and reveals over the weekend.
From Sept. 8 to 19, some AMC theaters will have $5 Disney Plus Day screenings of movies like Encanto, Rogue One, Thor: Ragnarok, Cars and Newsies, and you’ll get a free poster for attending.