When Disney+ launched in the United States last year, a number of titles were missing due to existing contracts with companies like Netflix, Starz and HBO.  These titles could be found within the Disney+ app, with a release date.  Some of those missing titles have had multiple release date changes and some were brought forward.

Over the past year, many of those films have now been added to Disney+, but there are still many which are due to arrive throughout 2021, so I’ve put together a list of the known movies that we know are coming to Disney+ in 2021.  There obviously will be more movies added than in this list, along with new titles and Disney+ Originals.

 

Here is a list of movies that are coming to Disney+ in the United States:



Mary Poppins Returns – 15th January 2021

Marry Poppins, a magical nanny, returns to the Banks and helps the family evade grave dangers by taking them all on various magical adventures.


You Again – 12th February 2021

Marni, a successful woman, is shocked to learn that her brother is marrying the school bully from her past. When she tries to expose her, things do not go as planned.


Treasure Buddies –2nd April 2021

With the help of Babi the monkey and Cammy the camel, the buddies head for ancient Egyptian ruins in search of treasure.



The Lone Ranger – 30th April 2021

John, a lawyer, joins his brother to capture Cavendish, an outlaw. Cavendish attacks and leaves them for dead but John is rescued by Tonto, a rebel Comanche, and they team up to take down the rogue.


Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast – 21st May 2021

Trusting animal fairy Fawn brings a baby hawk into Pixie Hollow despite knowing that adult hawks eat fairies. Reprimanded by Queen Clarion, Fawn is determined to make things right, but then she finds a strange creature lying in an underground cave.


Adventures In Babysitting – 4th June 2021

When her date stands her up, Chris Parker decides to pass time. Little does she know that handling a pre-teen is anything but pass time. A night from hell ensues as she keeps them out of trouble.



Beverley Hills Chihuahua 2 – 6th August 2021

After marriage, Chloe and Papi, a couple of Chihuahuas, face various parenting challenges while taking care of their five puppies.


Beverley Hills Chihuahua 3 – 6th August 2021

When Papi, Chloe, and the puppies are upgraded to a luxurious hotel, their lives are changed for the better. However, the youngest pup, Rosa, feels neglected with the change and it’s up to Papi to show her how special she is.


Underdog – 27th August 2021

A watchdog gets exposed to a substance that endows him with superpowers. He is adopted by a 12-year-old boy and uses his powers to protect the city from the evil Simon Barsinister.



Tomorrowland – 3rd September 2021

Frank, a former inventor, and Casey, a curious teenager, embark on a dangerous mission to unravel the secrets of Tomorrowland, an unexplored dimension in time and space.


The Search For Santa Paws – 1st October 2021

Santa Claus and his faithful canine companion Santa Paws leave their chilly home at the North Pole on an important mission. They must try to persuade the heir of one of their greatest benefactors, toy store owner Mr Hucklebuckle, to continue with his grandfather’s good works.


McFarland USA – 29th October 2021

Track coach Jim White joins a high school in California and develops a unique bond with the students. When he realises the boys’ exceptional running ability, he decides to sharpen their skills.


Santa Buddies – 5th November 2021

Puppy Paws, the fun-loving son of Santa Paws gets tired of the North Pole. He finds Budderball on Santa’s naughty list and figures he’s just the dog to show him how to be an ordinary pup.



The Pixar Story – 19th November 2021

The story of the pioneering computer animation studio Pixar, featuring contributions from the studio’s bosses and a host of actors who have lent their voices to their creations, including Tom Hanks. Films such as `Toy Story’ and `A Bug’s Life’ have led to the studio becoming one of the most consistently successful, both critically and financially, of recent years.


Unfortunately, some titles such as “Maleficent” and “Cinderella” also not only were added to Disney+ in 2020 but shortly later, removed again.  Though they are expected to return to Disney+ soon.  So it’s possible this might happen with some of these titles in 2021.

These titles are usually available to stream in other countries.

What movie are you looking forward to watching on Disney+ in 2021?










Roger Palmer

Roger has been a Disney fan since he was a kid and this interest has grown over the years. He has visited Disney Parks around the globe and has a vast collection of Disney movies and collectibles. He is the owner of What's On Disney Plus & DisKingdom. Email: Roger@WhatsOnDisneyPlus.com Twitter: Twitter.com/RogPalmerUK Facebook: Facebook.com/rogpalmeruk

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7 Comments

  1. Smartso December 2, 2020

    This proves Disney+ 18+ is fake because many of these titles were in that video

    1. Philip Martin December 10, 2020

      Yes they were in the video, but not the Disney+ 18 part of the video. Yes its still clearly fake tho, because some titles were already available on Disney+ and some Disney doesnt have the rights to

  2. Justin December 2, 2020

    I want Make Mine Music on there. It is the only Walt Disney animated film not on there.

    1. Philip Martin December 10, 2020

      Hercules: Zero to Hero (1999) and Belle's Tales of Friendship (1999) are also not on there

  3. Michelle December 3, 2020

    These are hardly "classic movies" HAHAHA (with the exception of Adventures in Babysitting, which will most likely be edited for language, which is disgusting since it could have gone on Hulu unedited.

    1. Philip Martin December 10, 2020

      Yes, its stupid, Splash (1984) was severly edited to cover up butts, but yet we get to see Hulk's butt in Thor: Ragnarok (2017) and Hugh Jackman's butt in X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014), also in Three Men and a Baby (1987) we see a naked baby girl, so Disney needs to stay consistent and just not edit films going to Disney+, and Hamilton (2020) shoulda just been rated "Unrated" and kept the F-bombs in

  4. Nathan Gamerdog March 11, 2021

    Remove lone ranger