The Disney + premieres in January: ‘The Eternals’ arrive on the platform

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The beginning of 2022 comes loaded with news on the main streaming platforms. As usual, Disney + brings after two months its last theatrical release, The Eternals. But the video on demand of The House of the Mouse is not just about superheroes. We select the most relevant titles coming to Disney + in January:

‘Antlers: Dark Creature’ (January 5)

Anters is a city in Oregon where a teacher and her brother the sheriff begin to be interested in a somewhat distant student. As they get to know him more, they discover that this young man hides a secret that could have dangerous consequences for everyone. Guillermo del Toro produces and Scott Cooper (Hostile, The law of the strongest) direct this horror thriller.

‘The Eternals’ (January 12)

It premiered last November, but will arrive completely free on Disney + in January, for all those who have a subscription. The film directed by Oscar winner Chloé Zhao did not meet the expectations of the majority of international critics, but now they are the users of the platform those who will have to judge her.

‘Fantastic Mr. Fox’ (January 28)

Wes Anderson’s stop-motion and indie film is based on a children’s story by Roald Dahl, the writer of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. In this story a fox named Fox apparently leads a quiet life with his family, but at night he steals chickensBecause wow, that’s what foxes do.

‘The Secret Life of Walter Mitty’ (January 28)

Ben Stiller wanted to show that he mastered something more than the laughter of the public. In 2013 he directed and starred The secret Life of Walter Mitty, creating a great polarity in international criticism. The truth is that the film immerses us in incredibly imaginative scenarios, full of adventures that can test Walter Mitty (Stiller), an employee of a publishing house with a boring and routine life. Is about a remake of a 1947 feature film, directed by Norman Z. McLeod.

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