Jungle Cruise, Disney's action-packed adventure starring Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Emily Blunt, is now available to stream online for all Disney subscribers as part of the Disney Day celebrations. Ready to set sail on a fun, family-friendly voyage? Read on to find out how to watch Jungle Cruise on Disney Plus.
Based on Walt Disney's iconic theme park ride (yes, really), Jungle Cruise sees Dr Lily Houghton (Blunt) and wisecracking skipper Frank Wolff (The Rock) team up for the adventure of a lifetime on a rollicking ride down the Amazon river. But with supernatural forces lurking in the trees, the fate of La Quila – and all who sail on her – hangs in the balance. Paul Giamatti also stars as harbourmaster Nilo.
Jungle Cruise was released in cinemas worldwide on Friday 30th July and has been on Premiere Access on Disney Plus ever since. But now you can stream Jungle Cruise at home whenever you like for no more than the price of a subscription. Sign up to Disney Plus for a month for just £1.99/$1.99 (opens in new tab) and enjoy Jungle Cruise and all sorts of other blockbusting adventures. The offer ends today.
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Disney Plus is the place to watch Jungle Cruise. Viewers in the UK, USA, Australia and most European territories can stream Jungle Cruise by subscribing:
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Disney dreamed up the idea in 2020 in response to the widespread closure of cinemas. It provides a neat way to see major releases such as Black Widow and Jungle Cruise from the comfort of your own home.
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