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- “Jungle Cruise” is available now in theaters and on Disney Plus with Premier Access.
- The movie is inspired by the popular Disneyland ride, and stars Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt.
- Disney Plus costs $8/month and the Premier Access fee is an extra $30 per movie.
Disney’s “Jungle Cruise” premiered on July 30, nearly two years after its originally intended release date in October 2019. Starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, the movie debuted simultaneously in theaters and on Disney Plus with Premier Access.
In “Jungle Cruise,” Johnson and Blunt embark on a perilous riverboat journey through the Amazon jungle to find the Tree of Life. The action-adventure movie is inspired by the ride of the same name at Disneyland and Disney’s Magic Kingdom.
Earlier this year, Disneyland revealed a new version of its Jungle Cruise ride for theme park visitors to enjoy. The updated attraction no longer includes offensive portrayals of Indigenous people.
How to watch ‘Jungle Cruise’ on Disney Plus
“Jungle Cruise” premiered on July 30 in theaters and on Disney Plus with Premier Access. In order to stream the movie at home, you have to pay a one-time $30 fee on top of your Disney Plus subscription.
Viewers who purchase “Jungle Cruise” through Premier Access can watch the film as many times as they like as long as they remain a Disney Plus member. Disney Plus costs $8 a month or $80 a year.
If you don’t mind waiting a few months, “Jungle Cruise” will become available to all Disney Plus members without an extra fee on November 12.
For viewers who want a wider variety of entertainment options, Disney Plus offers a bundle with Hulu and ESPN+ for a discounted rate of $14 a month. The bundle saves you about $6 off the regular combined price of all three services.
You can access the Disney Plus app on most smartphones, smart TVs, and media players. You can find a complete list of devices and platforms that support Disney Plus here. “Jungle Cruise” is available to stream in up to 4K with HDR color and contrast on compatible devices.
What other movies can I stream on Disney Plus?
“Raya and the Last Dragon” and “Mulan” were originally offered on Disney Plus for an additional fee, but these movies are now included as part of the standard membership. Fans of animated movies will enjoy “Luca,” a coming-of-age adventure, and “Soul,” a jazz-focused exploration of the afterlife.
Viewers who want to watch “Cruella” or “Black Widow” still have to pay an extra $30 to access each movie. “Cruella” joins the standard Disney Plus collection on August 27, and “Black Widow” will be available without an extra fee starting October 6.
Check out our full review of Disney Plus for more information about the streaming service.