The 10 must-watch new (and old) arrivals coming to Disney+ in February
Including what is likely to be one of the most controversial shows of 2022...
We've picked out the 10 best new and classic shows and movies to enjoy during the month of February with your Disney+ subscription, starting with...
Pam and Tommy - 2 February
The story behind the most famous sex tape of all time, we see the impact it had on the lives and marriage of Pamela Anderson (Lily James) and Tommy Lee (Sebastian Stan), as well as the sexual and gender dynamics at the centre of it all.
The first three episodes will arrive on 2 February, with the rest of the series arriving weekly every Wednesday.
Torn - 4 February
A documentary about legendary climber Alex Lowe, who died during an avalanche, but his best friend survived the event, only to fall in love with Lowe's widow and marry her. Jump forward 17 years later, Lowe's body is finally recovered from the mountain range.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri - 4 February
Martin McDonagh (writer/director of In Bruges) was nominated for Best Picture and Best Screenplay for this darkly comic drama about a vengeful mother (Frances McDormand, who won the Oscar for her role in this) trying to provoke the local police (including Woody Harrelson and Sam Rockwell) into finding her daughter's killer.
We chatted to Rockwell about his role in the movie, and you can check out that interview in full right here:
The King's Man - 9 February
Yes, this WWI-set spy thriller prequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service was released in cinemas just a few short weeks ago, but if you missed it on the big screen - and chances are, considering the 8pm curfew, you probably did miss it - then you can check it out at home. Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Rhys Ifans and more feature.
The Thing About Harry - 11 February
Just in time for Valentine's Day, this LGBTQ rom-com sees two high school enemies forced to drive together to a friend's engagement party on Valentine's Day. Along the way, will they discover they've more in common than they realised? Yeah, probably.
The French Dispatch - 16 February
Another very recent big screen release, Wes Anderson's all-star comedy-drama about a newspaper's eclectic mix of staff writers and their passions will likely be nominated for a few Oscars once they've been announced in the next week or two.
Predator & Predator 2 - 18 February
Arnie headlines this action movie that is actually a scary alien horror movie. The 1990 sequel, fronted by Danny Glover, swaps out the jungle for the sweaty future of Los Angeles in... 1997. It is actually still fun, if not a patch on the original.
The Walking Dead Season 11 Part Two - 21 February
After a four-month break, the second half of The Walking Dead's eleventh and final season kicks off this month. You either already love the show and can't wait to get back into the thick of it with the zombies, or you don't and this isn't the entry point for you.
No Exit - 25 February
Debuting exclusively on Disney+ here, this dark thriller is set at a mountain-top rest stop during a blizzard, where a college student discovers a kidnapped child hidden in a car belonging to one of the people inside. Stars Dennis Haysbert (24), Danny Ramirez (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier) and Dale Dickey (Hell or High Water).
The Kid Who Would Be King - 25 February
A very fun family-friendly action-adventure following a group of kids in the modern day world attempting the thwart a medieval... uhm... evil? Medievil? Let's go with that.
We chatted to writer/director Joe Cornish (Attack The Block, The Adam and Joe Show) about the movie, and you can check out that interview in full right here:
Clips via Disney Plus UK & Ireland