Disney+: what to watch in March 2024 –

There’s no getting around it, next March is a very stable March for Disney+ subscribers. Aside from the fact that the third and final season of Star Wars: The Bad Batch will air weekly every Wednesday, this month has very little of interest, in fact, most of what will be added probably won’t even apply to a large portion of subscribers. But regardless, let’s take a look at what this month has in store for Disney+ fans.

But before we do, a brief warning: we based our picks on a UK release schedule, so be sure to check locally for accurate listings and information.

Morbius (2022) – March 1

The Jared Leto-led Sony superhero movie may now be the second worst superhero movie of all time, after the disaster that is Madame Web. But if you haven’t had a chance to see this tale of the vampiric anti-hero, set in the same universe as the Dakata Johnson-led film, you can do so this month on Disney+.

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Cinderella (2015) – March 8

Lily James brings the famous princess to life in this live-action adaptation of the fairy tale. 2015’s Cinderella was one of the first Disney Princess live action films, which has since expanded considerably to include virtually every other princess you can think of. With Richard Madden, Cate Blanchett, Helena Bonham Carter and Hayley Atwell among the cast, this Kenneth Branagh-directed film is not to be missed.

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour – March 15

When this film version of the pop star’s last tour made its debut in cinemas, it found tremendous success and became one of the biggest blockbusters of 2023. Now a new version of that film has arrived, documenting the concert that broke countless records and generated massive amounts of money.

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X-Men ’97 – March 20

Perhaps the biggest (and only in many ways) new premiere on Disney+ this month. X-Men ’97 continues the story of the 1990s animated series, bringing back several beloved and favorite characters as they are tasked with protecting a world that fears and hates their existence. Needless to say, this Marvel Studios Animation -series has retro written all over it.

Madu – March 29

This biography follows the life of 12-year-old Anthony Madu as he leaves behind his family from Nigeria to pursue his dreams of becoming a ballet dancer at one of England’s most prestigious dance schools. This film explores the hardships the young boy faces and the challenges of uprooting your life in pursuit of your dreams.

Renegade Nell – March 29

Renegade Nell arrives in its entirety at the end of the month. This is a series that follows a young woman who is accused of murder and soon becomes known as one of the most notorious outlaws of 18th-century England. With a life of crime ahead of her, Nell soon discovers magical spirits and learns that her future is more important than she ever expected.

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