Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings, Marvel’s latest blockbuster film have now started streaming as the Disney+ Day has arrived along with the launch of new shows on this OTT platform.
Disney+ finally streaming Shang-Chi
The film Shang-Chi was released in theatres in early 2021 in order to critical acclaim. This is the 25th film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) and is now available to all the subscribers of Disney+.
Shang-Chi is also called the Master of Kung Fu, he was brought up as a master of martial arts by his father. Tony Leung essays the role of the Mandarin, the real one this time, and Shang-Chi’s father, who is the head of Ten Rings terrorist organization.
Though Shang-chi (Simu Liu) has left the organization in order to get a new life in San Francisco, his past has found him back and a confrontation arises between the two sides.
The film stars Awkwafina, Meng’er Zhang, Fala Chen, Florian Munteanu, Benedict Wong, and Michelle Yeoh. Daniel Cretton has penned the screenplay with Dave Callaham and Andrew Lanham from a story by himself and Callaham.
If some people are not a subscriber to the OTT platform named Disney+ then they can sign up by spending only $8 per month or $80 for a full year.
Other than Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings many other additional new titles are also coming to the streaming platform such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and other services on 12th November.
Disney+ will bring Jungle Cruise, an adventure comedy inspired by a Disney theme-park ride, with stars Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt teaming up on a quest through the Amazon jungle.
While Passing will be released on Netflix, with Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga playing African American women in 1929 New York, and one of them chooses to pass as white.
Red Notice is another web series of Netflix that stars Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot in an action-comedy featuring high-profile thieves, an FBI agent, and the search for three ancient Roman relics.
The Shrink Next Door will stream on Apple TV+ that will tell us the story of a manipulative psychiatrist (Paul Rudd) who meddles far more than he should in the life of one of his patients (Will Ferrell) for two decades. The limited series is based on a true story. On Friday the new episodes will come out.
Dexter: New Blood (Showtime) brings back Michael C. Hall playing the role of a serial killer who targets other serial killers, a revival of the darkly comic crime thriller that ended in 2013. On Sunday new episodes will be released.