Disney‘s new animated movie “Encanto”, which debuted in theaters on Wednesday, will be available on the studio’s streaming service quicker than expected.
The studio is typically placing at least a 45-day theatrical window for new movies such as “The Last Duel”, “Ron’s Gone Wrong”, “Eternals”, “West Side Story”, and “The King’s Man”.
Disney recently released a list of movies and TV shows that will debut on the Disney Plus in December, uncovering “Encanto” is set to arrive on Christmas Eve, December 24.
The movie follows a young Colombian girl named Mirabel (voiced by Stephanie Beatriz), who comes from a quite special family.
While every member of her family has some sort of magical power, Mirabel does not, which confuses and frustrates her.
However, what she lacks in magic she gains in emotion and being empathetic, and maybe her family’s best hope when their land called Encanto is threatened.
The voice cast also features John Leguizamo, Wilmer Valderrama, Maluma, Adassa, and others.
Lin-Manuel Miranda also provided brand new original music for the animated movie.