Time to check out what’s new on Disney+ in the US today, which features the brand-new sports movie “Rise” and a unique musical recording! Let’s dive into the Disney+ new releases.
Trevor The Musical
A delightful 13-year-old is followed on a tumultuous journey of self-discovery in “Trevor: The Musical,” a film adaptation of the off-Broadway stage musical. Trevor needs to find the guts to forge his own path after a humiliating incident at school. The 1995 Academy Award-winning short film “Trevor,” which served as the inspiration for the nonprofit The Trevor Project, is the basis for the musical.
The Antetokounmpos’s tale is unlike anything audiences have ever seen. Charles and Vera Antetokounmpo (Dayo Okeniyi and Yetide Badaki, respectively) fled from Nigeria to Greece and battled to support their five children while always fearing deportation. The couple, whose oldest son was still living with relatives in Nigeria, were keen to become citizens of Greece but were constantly thwarted by the system. The brothers, Giannis (Uche Agada) and Thanasis (Ral Agada), played basketball with a nearby youth team when they weren’t working with the rest of the family selling goods to tourists on the streets of Athens.
Being latecomers to the sport, they toiled arduously to become elite athletes, along with their brother Kostas. They discovered their amazing potential on the basketball court (Jaden Osimuwa). Giannis entered the NBA Draft in 2013 with the assistance of an agent in a long shot selection that would change not only his life but the lives of his entire family. Additionally, Kostas played for the Los Angeles Lakers, the previous season’s winners, while Giannis and Thanasis helped the Milwaukee Bucks win their first title in 50 years. This is one of the new movies on Disney plus you must watch.
PRIDE: To Be Seen — A Soul of a Nation Presentation
The third title in our what’s new on Disney+ rundown is PRIDE: To Be Seen — A Soul of a Nation Presentation. This community continues to march to the beat of its own drum because of its tenacity and love, with each generation redefining what it means to be gay and to be seen.