It’s Friday and time to take a look at what’s been added to Disney+ in the United Kingdom and Ireland today. There have been lots of new additions including a new Pixar Sparkshort,’Twenty Something’, plus lots of new library content for the 20th anniversary of 9/11.
Here’s the rundown:
Pixar – Sparkshort – Twenty Something
Adulting can be hard. Some days you’re nailing it, while other days, you’re just a stack of kids hiding in a trench coat hoping no one notices. Gia finds herself in this exact scenario the night of her 21st birthday. This is a story about the insecurities of adulting and how we’re all just faking it till we make it.
Disney Far Away From Raven’s Home
Our gang is off for an exotic vacation of a lifetime. However, after the locals mistake Nia as a mythical savior, their relaxing vacation turns into an Indiana-Jones-style-adventure to save the city from darkness forever.
9/11 Control the Skies
A tense look at the small team of 9/11 air traffic controllers who, following the morning’s four devastating crashes, had to bring 167 planes to ground without incident.
National Geographic revisits that day with a collection of powerful, immersive stories of people who were intricately associated with and impacted by the event
9/11: The Plane that Hit the Pentagon
What happened behind the walls of one of America’s most secretive buildings on September 11, 2001, the day that forever changed the world.
The Women Of 9/11
For the first time, after two decades, the women whose lives changed forever on September 11th tell their full stories of survival, pain and redemption in this landmark special hosted and executive produced by Robin Roberts.
George W. Bush: The 9/11 Interview
This documentary reveals exclusive, first-person insight into the man at the epicenter of U.S government’s decisions in the face of the deadliest terrorist attack launched on American soil. President George W. Bush tells his first-person story, starting with his morning jog before a school visit where he first learned the nation was under attack. He opens up with candid details and personal experiences on the grueling hours and pressure-packed days following the attacks. George W. Bush: The 9/11 Interview also opens a new window into his personal account, with never-before-released archival footage and exclusive materials directly from the George W. Bush Presidential Library.
Return from the Dead
In this revelatory documentary, world-leading neurologist and doctor, Steven Laureys, conducts an immersive investigation into the phenomena of Return from the Dead, staging a ground-breaking experiment to show that a scientific explanation could replace a supernatural one.
Maze Runner: Scorch Trials (2015)
Upon escaping the maze, Thomas and his friends are shifted to a facility run by Mr Janson. When they realise his intent, they escape, only to face the scorching heat in a lifeless world.
Walk the Line (2005)
Johnny Cash, an aspiring musician, receives a golden opportunity to tour with the famous June Carter. As Johnny’s musical career takes a flight, his marriage with Vivian starts falling apart.
He Got Game (1998)
A convict tries to convince his estranged star basketball player son to go to college so that the convict’s prison term can be reduced in exchange.
What are you looking forward to watching on Disney+ this weekend?