Two brand-new movies and a science fiction series, on which Star Wars fans have been waiting for a while: December will be great on Disney +, and we introduce you to the three biggest highlights as well as their releases.

The Book of Bob fat

Streams the first episode of The Book of Bob Fat from December 29 to Disney +.

The Book of Bob Fat is the long-awaited spin-off of The Mandalorian, which is filmed like the Star Wars Hit by Jon Favre. In the new series, the viewers now follow Bob Fat (Tempera Morrison) and the mercenary Fennec Hand (Mingora whom), which return to Tattoo ain, to claim the country that previously heard ABBA, the hat.

Show in the official trailer to the series:

Nomad land

Streams Nomad land from 31st December on Disney +.

The drama Nomad land has not only dusted three Oscars and gained several more prizes; Until recently, the movie came in the cinema. At the turn of the year, he is now added to the streaming program of Disney +: The film follows the modern Nomadic far away (Frances Command) in the 60s, which has been driven to her life in the freedom outside the city. Now that her husband has died, she undertakes a road trip through the US, where she also begins to live in her van.

Nomad land shows, apart from the actors, several real nomads that spend their lives away from society.

The Last Duel

Streams The Last Duel from now on Disney +.

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Just came in the cinema, the opulent medieval drama The Last Duel now switches to Disney +: The film is based on true events and shows the background of the last judicial duel in the Middle Ages. Knight Sir Jean de Carrouges (Matt Damon) demands his former friend Jacques Le Gris (Adam Driver) when his wife (Jodie Comer) promotes the Lutheran Le Gris rape.

All films and series that appear on Disney + in December 2021.

In addition to these streaming innovations, however, Disney + still brings several more classics into the program, such as The Favorite (2018), Titanic (1997), Life of Pi (2012) and many others. Shooting over the holidays a look into the program — it will be worthwhile!