The Rock's 'Jungle Cruise' movie will hit Disney+ the same day as theaters

Almost two years after the original release date, Disney will finally bring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Emily Blunt’s latest family-friendly movie Jungle Cruise to theaters this summer. What’s more, like Mulan, Raya and the Last Dragon, Black Widow and Cruella, you’ll be able to watch it at home on the same day it arrives in cinemas.

If you’re a Disney+ subscriber, you’ll be able to pay an extra $30 for a Premier Access pass to catch Jungle Cruise at your abode when the adventure movie is released on July 30th. According to Deadline, the filmmakers opted for a simultaneous streaming and theatrical release because many cinemas in key

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