What’s coming to Disney+ in November? New TV shows and movies to watch from See How They Run to Willow

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The House of Mouse certainly knows how to deliver quality content – it’s been seventy years.

In November, a whole host of new shows and movies are coming disney+ for people to enjoy. From a love affair between two amateur vulcanologists in Fire of Love, to the return of Andalusian princess Giselle in Disenchanted, to a Marvel special, take a look below to find your next obsession.

See how they work – November 2

When a sleazy American director (Adrien Brody) is killed backstage at the 100th performance of Agatha Christie’s play The Mousetrap in 1953, Inspector Stoppard (Sam Rockwell) and Constable Stalker (Saoirse Ronan) are led to investigate.

With a full cast that also includes David Oyelowo, Ruth Wilson, Shirley Henderson and Sian Clifford, and with strong reviews (The Guardian said it was a “sympathetically silly and relentless parody of camp”), this new movie should fit the bill. anyone who loves a good thriller, Christie or is looking for a sparkling feel-good watch.

Future Man – Seasons 1 & 2 – November 2

Janitor Josh Futturman (played by Josh Hutcherson from The Hunger Games) plays most of his time playing video games. One night, when Futturman completes the last level of a game he played, two of the game’s characters appear and tell him that he is the savior they have been looking for. They take her to 1969 and the adventures begin.

Created by Howard Overman (who wrote the BAFTA-winning British series Misfits), and starring Eliza Coupe (House of Lies, Community), Derek Wilson (Preacher), Ed Begley Jr. (Amsterdam), Glenne Headly (The Circle) and Seth Rogen (The Disaster Artist), series one and two, which were first released in 2017 and 2019 on Hulu, will now both be available on Disney+.

Fire of Love – November 11

This documentary film, picked up by National Geographic, has earned a surprising number of fans since its premiere at Sundance in January. Katia and Maurice Krafft were French volcanologists, who finally perished during an eruption on Mount Unzen in 1991. The film traces their passion for each other and for volcanoes.

Sara Dosa, who wrote and directed the film, often focuses on humans’ relationship with nature in her work, and Fire of Love is no different. Since the release of Fire of Love, positive reviews have multiplied, with the FT calling the volcano love story “one of the best of the year”.

Santas – Episodes 1 & 2 – November 16

While some might think it’s a little early to watch a show about Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus, others will be thrilled with the arrival of this heartwarming comedy series. Scott Calvin (aka Santa Claus), now 65, begins to think he may be too old for the job, so begins the search for someone who can take over.

The six-episode series is based on the acclaimed Santa Clause film franchise (its three films were released in 1994, 2002, 2006) and sees Tim Allen (Toy Story 4) and Elizabeth Mitchell (The Purge: Election Year) reprise their roles principals after 16 years.

No Limits with Chris Hemsworth – November 16

This six-episode documentary series sees Marvel actor Chris Hemsworth embark on a “personal roller coaster journey” as he explores aging and “the full potential of the human body.” Something of a pattern seems to be emerging – on Netflix this month, Zac Efron is also releasing his second series of journeys on sustainability and living well.

National Geographic’s Limitless With Chris Hemsworth is directed by an Oscar-nominated filmmaker Darren Aronofsky (The Whale, Black Swan) and sees the Thor and Avengers actor embark on scientific adventures and work with experts to put his body through a series of challenges to investigate physical longevity.

Disenchanted – November 18

Fifteen years later, Amy Adams and Patrick Dempsey return to play husband and wife Giselle and Robert Philip in this fairy tale sequel. For those unfamiliar with the first film, Giselle is a future princess of the Andalasia kingdom. She finds herself in New York among all, meets the divorce lawyer, Robert, and the two fall in love.

Now the married couple are leaving Manhattan for the suburbs. Disenchanted was directed by Adam Shankman, who directed cult romantic comedy The Wedding Planner and musical film Hairspray, and stars James Marsden, Idina Menzel and Maya Rudolph.

Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special – November 25

Marvel fans will be delighted with this Guardians of the Galaxy Christmas special which sees Chris Pratt, Dave Bautista, Vin Diesel, Bradley Cooper, Karen Gillan, Pom Klementieff and Zoe Saldaña reprise their on-screen roles. This time, they head to Earth to find their leader Peter Quill (Pratt) a Christmas present.

With Guardians of the Galaxy 2014 and Guardians of the Galaxy 2017 Vol. 2 being major hits (generating $773 and $863 million respectively), this special works as a fun appetizer preparing fans for the upcoming spring release of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3.

Willow – Episode 1 – November 30

Willow is a new adventure series from Disney+ based on the original 1998 film of the same name produced by George Lucas. The finer details of the storyline are still under wraps, but we know the very vague premise: six unlikely heroes, led by Willow Ufgood, the legendary wizard, go on a dangerous rescue mission.

Warwick Davis, who is best known for playing Wicket W. Warrick in the Star Wars franchise and Griphook in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 and Part 2, is reprising his starring role 24 years later.

The Patient – ​​November 30

Steve Carell has spent the past two years proving his acting talent outside of the comedy genre. Here he plays therapist Alan Strauss who ends up being held captive by serial killer Sam Fortner (played by Domhnall Gleeson of Ex Machina). The trailer shows Alan telling Sam he can be helped with therapy, before the terrible truth about Sam’s compulsions is revealed. The series is broken down into ten episodes, which have titles such as Kaddish and Auschwitz – light viewing, then.

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