Disney + publishes release list for March 2021

With the arrival of March, Disney promises to bring new exclusive titles to its streaming platform, Disney +. Among the most anticipated releases are the movie Raya and the Last Dragon, the end of WandaVision, and the debut of Falcão and the Winter Soldier.

Check out all the new content that landed on Disney + in March:


Raya and the last dragon

Premiere: March 5

Thanks to Premiere Acess (R $ 69.90, and for a limited time from March 5 to 19), Disney + subscribers will be able to see and re-watch RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON as many times as they want on their favorite devices, in same time. this film is screened in theaters. Premier Access subscribers will be able to view the animation as soon as they click on the exclusive zone, without delay to view it, without interruption and without other limitations than those already stipulated in the subscriber contract and while keeping their subscription active. For subscribers who do not opt ​​for Premier Access, RAYA AND THE LAST DRAGON will be available on Disney + from April 23 at no additional cost.

Synopsis: Long ago, in the fantasy world of Kumandra, humans and dragons lived together in harmony. But when an evil force threatened the earth, the dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity. It took 500 years for these same monsters to return and now humanity depends on Raya, an independent warrior who must find the last dragon and end the Drunns forever. Throughout her journey, Raya learns that in addition to the dragon, one more thing is also needed to save the world: trust.

Flicka 2

Premiere: March 5

Carrie is a teenage girl from the big city who moves to a horse ranch with her father. Everything changes when Carrie meets Flicka, a wild, free-spirited mare. Carrie opens her heart to her father and a young man, but when a rival puts Flicka in danger, Carrie will do anything to save her best friend.

Flicka 3

Premiere: March 5

Determined to help her mother, Kelly Jenkins (Kacey Rohl) begins training Flicka, a wild mare once owned by Toby (Clint Black), the new team manager, who hopes to make Flicka a champion to regain her self-esteem. .

A day on Mars

Premiere: March 12

An epic journey around Mars, a circuit that, from dawn to dusk, shows the red planet like never before. This film uses unused data from orbits and rovers to build the real Mars and decode its terrain to reveal its extraordinary history. In motion, it shows the largest volcano in the universe, its ancient lakes, the ice worlds of aliens, and the ruins of previous missions.

Treasure planet

Premiere: March 12

In a futuristic take on Robert Louis Stevenson’s timeless tale, a secret map inspires an exciting treasure hunt across the universe. Young Jim Hawkins and a hilarious cosmic team led by the daring Captain Amelia set out in search of their destiny. On board a sparkling spaceship, Jim meets the ship’s cyborg cook, John Silver, who teaches him the value of friendship and the power of dreams. Jim soon joins his new friend, a mad robot named BEN, and the multifaceted Morph to discover a treasure greater than he could have imagined.

Fantasies of Nicolas

Premiere: March 19

Nicolas is a 10-year-old boy with Down’s syndrome and a big heart. When his mother dies, he has to go live with his grandparents and his cousin David, a teenager who does not have the patience to learn to get along with him. They will have to resolve their differences when Nicolas discovers a portal to a fantasy world … a realm where people’s dreams have been stolen.

Tick ​​Tock Tale

Premiere: March 19

In the middle of an old London watchmaker’s shop, a small and strange hidden clock comes to help the most expensive watchmakers when a thief breaks in and threatens to steal them.

Gnomeo and Juliet

Premiere: March 26

Shakespeare’s work undergoes a transformation: the love story is made by elves. Gnomeo and Julieta must overcome obstacles and fight for their love story to end well.


Marvel Studios Avante

Premiere: March 12

Marvel Studios Avante is an immersive documentary series that analyzes the creation of new programs and films from Marvel Studios. The first episode will be on WandaVision.

Falcon and the Winter Soldier

Premiere: March 19

Continuing the events of AVENGERS: ULTIMATE, in the Marvel Studios Falcon and Winter Soldier series, Sam Wilson (Falcon) and Bucky Barnes (Winter Soldier) together live an adventure around the world that puts their skills and patience to the test. The new series is directed by Kari Skogland and Malcolm Spellman as the lead writer.

Running the game of champions

Premiere: March 26

In today’s Minnesota series, the Mighty Ducks have ceased to be a goofy bunch and have become an extremely competitive and powerful youth hockey team. After 12-year-old Evan Morrow (Brady Noon) parted ways with the Ducks, he and his mother, Alex (Lauren Graham), decided to create their own ‘goofy’ squad to challenge the current and relentless sports culture for win at all costs. With the help of Gordon Bombay, they rediscover the joy of playing just for the love of the sport.


Baby daddy (seasons 1 to 6)

Premiere: March 5

A single man in his twenties becomes a father when an ex-girlfriend leaves a baby at his doorstep.

Alaska: wild rehabilitation (season 1)

Premiere: March 19

The heroes of Alaska rescue, rehabilitate, investigate and celebrate the wild animals of the last frontier with the United States. Representing three renowned conservation centers, these animal lovers work by land, sea and air in one of the most difficult places on our planet, protecting Alaskan wildlife.

Nat Geo Lab (Season 1)

Premiere: March 12

The original Nat Geo Lab production makes science easy and fun to experiment with at home. In a colorful laboratory, yououtuber and presenter Paula Stephânia teaches us incredible experiences and discoveries that surprise young and old, arousing everyone’s enthusiasm for the world of science.

Mysteries of the Underworld

Premiere: March 26

This is a series of archaeological finds that uses new and modern research technologies. Archaeologist and specialist in imaging technologies, Fábio Amador, will analyze, with innovative equipment, places where the mysteries and beliefs of great civilizations that seemed to have disappeared for a while are being rediscovered.


WandaVision (last episode)

Screening: March 5

The Marvel Studios ‘WandaVision’ series combines the style of classic comedies with the Marvel Cinematic Universe to tell the story of Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany), a superhero couple with a perfect life, who begins to suspect that not everything is as it seems. Directed by Matt Shakman and screenplay by Jac Schaeffer.

The elected

Based on Tom Wolfe’s iconic bestseller, The Elect, the first Disney + exclusive original National Geographic fiction series, brings an inspiring look at the early days of the US space program. At the height of the Cold War, the newly formed NASA elects seven of its top military pilots to convert them into astronauts. Competing to be the first in space, these men will achieve the extraordinary, inspiring the world to look to a new horizon of ambition and hope.

Inside Pixar (part 3)

A documentary series of original Disney + films and personal stories that offers an inside look at the people, art and culture of Pixar Animation Studios.

Arnoldo Restaurant

With new songs and lots of humor, the new original Latin American production starring Arnoldo and Francis – two famous characters from the original Disney Junior Latin America series, Junior Express – which takes place at a restaurant in a small town coastal.

Believe it, it’s true! (Season 3)

Ladybugs aren’t insects, sharks have seven senses, and astronauts shrink in space! Check out these and more fun facts in Believe it is true! No theme is left out as brothers and science enthusiasts Charlie and Kirby Engleman explore the different and curious ways the world works. All of this through a mix of arts, crafts and real-world adventures!


An exciting tour of upcoming heroes and villains from the long-awaited shows that will debut on Disney + and set the stage for future adventures.


Bia: A world upside down – Making of

Premiere: March 5

A look behind the camera of the special episode of Bia: Um Mundo dos Avesso, where the universe of the series is upside down. The challenge that meant creating totally different characters, looks, dialogues and situations, in addition to all the hard work and fun of filming.

The Mercury Project: The Seven Chosen

Premiere: March 26

The documentary Project Mercury: The Seven Chosen, created by National Geographic, takes viewers into the late 1950s to tell them the story of the country’s first astronauts known as the “Mercury Seven”. Interweaving news archives, radio reports, newly transformed and never heard of NASA audios and never before seen material, this documentary engages the viewer in one of the most dramatic periods in American history.

The best idea

Premiere: March 12

Five students from different corners of the planet bring their big ideas to one of the most prestigious competitions for entrepreneurs in the world. Each of them overcame immense obstacles in the pursuit of their dreams, such as hurricanes, economic hardships and civil wars. Your ideas have already changed their lives, but are they ready to change the world?

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