Home » All News » New To Disney+ This Week (US)

New To Disney+ This Week (US)

Here is a look at everything that’s coming to Disney+ in the United States this week.

Highlights include the premiere of all 10 short films of “Kizazi Moto; Generation Fire.”

A new episode of Marvel’s “Secret Invasion” also releases.

New library titles include six newly restored Walt Disney Animation Studios classic shorts and more.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, 2023

DISNEY+ ORIGINALS:

Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire – All 10 Short Films – Premiere

Featuring stories from creators hailing from Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda and Zimbabwe, “Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire” promises to take viewers on an unforgettable ride into Africa’s future, presenting visions of the continent as never before seen.

The action-packed animated anthology draws on the continent’s rich and diverse histories and cultures to present 10 sci-fi and fantasy stories featuring bold and brave new worlds of advanced technology, aliens, spirits, and monsters.


Secret Invasion – Episode 3

In Marvel Studios’ new series “Secret Invasion,” set in the present day MCU, Nick Fury learns of a clandestine invasion of Earth by a faction of shapeshifting Skrulls. Fury joins his allies, including Everett Ross, Maria Hill and the Skrull Talos, who has made a life for himself on Earth. Together they race against time to thwart the imminent Skrull invasion and save humanity.


NEW LIBRARY TITLES:

Kiya & the Kimoja Heroes (S1, 5 episodes)

A 7-year-old African girl who loves ballet and martial arts and her two best friends put on their magical crystal headbands to become superheroes and defend their community.


 

FRIDAY, JULY 7, 2023

DISNEY+ ORIGINALS:

No Titles Announced Yet


NEW LIBRARY TITLES:

AQUAMANIA (1961)

Avid water-skier Goofy sets out to teach his son the fine art of the sport, and accidentally winds up in a championship race.  He encounters a hapless octopus and takes a detour on a roller coaster on his way to an unexpected victory.


BATH DAY (1946)

Figaro the cat takes center stage, after he gets a bath (complete with ribbon and perfume) from Minnie Mouse, and then encounters a group of frisky alley cats.  A frightened Figaro wins the day when his shaking topples a tower of trash cans onto his rival, and he emerges the victor in the scuffle.  Minnie rewards him with another bath.


BUILDING A BUILDING (1933)

Mickey operates a steam shovel on a busy construction site, where Minnie sells box lunches, and a flirtatious Pete is the foreman.  When Pete’s advances cross the line, Mickey comes to Minnie’s rescue leading to a chase through a steel skeleton of a building, and a riveting conclusion.


FIGARO AND FRANKIE (1947)

Minnie’s cat, Figaro, is trying to take a cat nap, but the canary (Frankie) insists on singing.  A squabble ensues in which Frankie’s cage topples.  Minnie thinks Figaro has eaten Frankie, but the bird has simply flown the coop.  In the end, Figaro rescues Frankie from the neighbor’s dog, and domestic tranquility is restored.


GOOFY GYMNASTICS (1949)

Goofy enlists the aid of an instructional record and gymnastics equipment in an effort to become fit, with the help of some barbells, chin-up bars and cable expanders.  In the process, he wrecks his floors, gets flung around the room and falls out the window, before ending up approvingly behind the cut-out of the muscular man he aspired to be.


THE SKELETON DANCE (1929)

A lively quartet of graveyard skeletons come out to play and dance the night away in this spooky Silly Symphony, set to the macabre music of Edvard Grieg (adapted by Carl Stalling). Ub Iwerks’ inventive animation uses plenty of graveyard gags involving animals and a skeletal xylophone.

Michelle Beck
Follow Me!

Leave a Comment