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Top 8 New Disney+ Films to Watch (Updated June 2023)

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June 2023 promises an engaging assortment of new content on Disney+ for subscribers, including the Indiana Jones saga, Ant-Man 3, and Avatar: The Way of Water, now available for streaming. Despite recent removals from its streaming collection, Disney+ continues to offer a robust array of viewing options.

With the summer movie season upon us, Disney+ showcases a rich array of films for June. Ranging from the timeless Indiana Jones series to fresh Disney+ originals, subscribers are presented with a multitude of choices for their viewing pleasure this month.

World’s Best

A Disney+ original, World’s Best, will be available for streaming on June 23rd. This new film tracks the journey of Raj Patel (Utkarsh Mmbudkar), as he strives to fulfill two dreams simultaneously – mastering his mathematical abilities while pursuing his aspiration to become a legendary rap star.

World’s Best promises to deliver a touching narrative, bound to inspire young viewers searching for their purpose in life. As the perfect film for family viewing, World’s Best is eagerly anticipated on Disney+ later this month.

Though Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’s box office performance may have been underwhelming, its debut on Disney+ offers those who didn’t catch it in cinemas a chance to witness the enchanting Quantum Realm from their living rooms. As the MCU readies for the unveiling of Avengers: The Kang Dynasty in the coming years, Quantumania is a must-watch.

Flamin Hot

Flamin’ Hot

Flamin’ Hot, an upcoming Disney+ original from director Eva Longoria, tells the true tale of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos’ creation. The film, which premieres on Disney+ on June 9th, follows Richard Montañez (Jesse Garcia) as he devises the new Cheetos flavor.

Flamin’ Hot joins the recent influx of films, debuting on streaming services, that recount the origins of popular brands. Having premiered earlier this year at the South by Southwest festival, Flamin’ Hot is worth marking on the calendar for June 9th.

Stan Lee

A new documentary focusing on the legendary comic book creator Stan Lee is set to premiere on Disney+ on June 16th. The documentary, titled Stan Lee, will celebrate a century of the Marvel Comics writer’s life, legacy, and prolific comic book creations.

While details regarding Stan Lee remain sparse, it is an unmissable event for Marvel enthusiasts. The forthcoming film will provide a retrospective look at the comic book icon’s legacy, given the advantage of a century’s perspective. As the co-creator of many characters featured on Disney+, it’s only fitting that Stan Lee’s legacy is enshrined on the platform.

Avatar: The Way Of Water

Avatar: The Way of Water, hitting Disney+ on June 7th, is a sequel to one of the most visually impressive blockbusters ever. This sequel trails the Sully family as they confront human invaders again, leaving the forests to form a new home among the Water Tribe members.

Avatar: The Way of Water upholds its predecessor’s legacy in every possible aspect, presenting some of the most riveting visuals in modern cinema. As the theatrical run of the sequel concludes, viewers can enjoy the thrill of Avatar 2 from home.

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Indiana Jones And The Raiders Of The Lost Ark

Ahead of the much-awaited Indiana Jones 5 release, the original 1982 movie, Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark, is finally available on Disney+. This iconic film, the creation of Hollywood legends Steven Spielberg and George Lucas, charts the thrilling journey of archaeology professor Dr. Henry Jones Jr., or Indiana Jones (Harrison Ford), as he discovers the hidden Ark of the Covenant.

Long absent from Disney+’s collection, Raiders of the Lost Ark is an all-time classic that launched an enduring franchise, spinning off numerous sequels centered on Harrison Ford’s daring explorer. Fans eager to relive Indy’s initial onscreen adventure before Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny can now do so on Disney+.

Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of The Crystal Skull

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, the fourth installment in the renowned adventure series, takes place several decades post the original trilogy. The long-awaited sequel follows Indiana Jones and his estranged

son Mutt Williams (Shia LeBeouf) as they unearth the ancient secrets of the South American crystal skulls.

Despite enduring criticism since its release, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is a must-watch ahead of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. Now available on Disney+, viewers can decide for themselves how well Kingdom of the Crystal Skull fits into the wider Indiana Jones universe.

Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade

The 1989 film, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, makes its Disney+ debut this month. The film showcases Indiana Jones reuniting with his father (Sean Connery) on a quest for the Holy Grail. As the third installment in the original Indiana Jones trilogy, The Last Crusade offers a temporary conclusion to one of the most binge-able action movie franchises in history.

The Last Crusade, focusing on the relationship between Indy and his father, has aged remarkably well, making it one of the most revisitable entries in the series. It’s a prime viewing choice in anticipation of Dial of Destiny.

Ant-Man And The Wasp: Quantumania

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, a recent addition to Disney+ as of the end of May, begins Phase 5 of the MCU. The plot sees Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), the Wasp (Evangeline Lilly), and their families tangled up in the Quantum Realm, facing a new time-traveling nemesis, Kang the Conqueror (Jonathan Majors), a potential future threat to the Avengers.

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