Disney+ has just quietly added 12 big movies to its library 3 months ago

Disney+ has just quietly added 12 big movies to its library

Brendan Gleeson, Michael Fassbender and Tom Hardy all feature in the new arrivals.

Disney+ recently announced its line-up of big new releases arriving throughout March, but to kick off the month, they've also added 12 big movies to their library.

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AN EDUCATION

A brilliant drama about a teenage girl (Carey Mulligan) in 1960s London who has her life turned upside down when she meets a playboy (Peter Sarsgaard) twice her age.

CALVARY

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Brendan Gleeson reunites with the writer/director of The Guard for this dark comedic drama about a local priest who discovers someone in his small Irish village has plotted to kill him.

Check out our chat with the star and writer/director right here:

DIARY OF A WIMPY KID

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The live-action adaptation of the much-loved children's books, telling the story of a 12-year-old boy attempting to understand and navigate and find his place in his new school.

I, DANIEL BLAKE

Ken Loach's powerful drama about a man who attempts to fight the bureaucratic issues in place that hinder him from receiving employment and support allowance after he suffers a heart attack.

I GIVE IT A YEAR

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Rose Byrne and Rafe Spall are madly in love and just married, despite their obvious personality differences.

All their friends and family think it won't last, but will they prove them wrong? From the writer of Borat, believe it or not.

THE KING'S SPEECH

Yes, it beat out some much better nominees - Black Swan, Inception, The Fighter, Toy Story 3 and The Social Network - to Best Picture that year, but ignoring that annoying fact, this comedic drama with Colin Firth as King George VI and Geoffrey Rush as his unorthodox speech therapist is still an entertaining watch.

THE MERCY

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The true story of an amateur sailor (Colin Firth) who attempts to circumnavigate the globe, while his wife (Rachel Weisz) and family await his safe return home.

NO EXIT

A young woman is forced to seek shelter in mountain rest stop during a dangerous snow storm, only to discover that one of the other people there has a young girl kidnapped and tied up in the back of their car.

A tense, claustrophobic thriller.

THE SENSE OF AN ENDING

An old man (Jim Broadbent) finds his quiet, solitary life thrown into disarray when a letter arrives from his first love.

TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY

Gary Oldman headlines a stellar supporting cast - including Tom Hardy, Colin Firth, Mark Strong and John Hurt - in what is arguably one of the greatest spy movies ever made.

WEST SIDE STORY

Steven Spielberg's relatively brand new remake of the classic musical is up for several Oscar nominations at this years Academy Awards.

It didn't find its deserved audience in cinemas, so maybe it will become more appreciated now that it's available to watch at home.

X-MEN: FIRST CLASS

The first of the prequel/reboot X-Men series sees a perfectly cast James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender as the future leaders in the humanity vs mutants war, Professor Xavier and Magneto.

Kevin Bacon is having a blast as the power-mad villain Sebastian Shaw.