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When Is Shang-Chi Out On Disney Plus?

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When Is Shang-Chi Out On Disney Plus?

Marvel's Shang-Chi is landing on Disney Plus this week after making its debut in cinemas in September.

Shang-Chi is the first Marvel movie to centre around an Asian superhero. It tells the story of Shang-Chi (Simu Liu), who confronts his past and battles with the villainous Ten Rings organisation.

The latest superhero flick premiered in UK cinemas on 3rd September 2021 and made $320 million (£237.4 million) at the worldwide box office, it's reported.

Now, fans are eagerly waiting for it to land on Disney Plus - and according to the CEO of the company, that day will come sooner than you think.

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Shang-Chi trailer

If you haven't been able to catch it in cinemas, here's a look at the trailer for Shang-Chi.

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When is Shang-Chi on Disney Plus?

Shang-Chi lands on Disney Plus on Friday 12th November 2021.

The film lands on Disney Plus as part of a special 'Disney Plus Day.' Disney CEO Bob Chapek confirmed the news and told Deadline during a press conference that other surprises await subscribers on the platform on 12th November.

"We'll be surprising people with offers and it will be an annual thing," said Chapek. "We're going to have new content release against one of our four key franchises."

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As part of the annual day of offers, Jungle Cruise will become free to watch to all Disney Plus subscribers and there'll also be an exclusive special look at the future of the Marvel universe on the platform.

This mirrors a similar event Netflix ran for its subscribers back in September.

Will Shang-Chi be free on Disney Plus?

You're in luck - as it's part of Disney Plus Day, Shang-Chi will be free to watch for all Disney Plus subscribers, instead of them needing to pay a premier access free.

Featured Image Credit: Marvel

Topics: TV and Film, Disney Plus, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Marvel

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