Disney+ has just added 13 big movies to its library
Looking for some new stuff to watch? Look no further!
Yes, Obi-Wan Kenobi has come to an end, and while Ms. Marvel is still powering through, we've got a little wait until She Hulk: Attorney At Law kicks off.
But until then, we've got some big movies that have been added to Disney+ to enjoy, starting with...
BATTLE OF THE SEXES
Based on the true story of the highly-publicised tennis match in 1973 between the world's number one player Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) and former champion/serial hustler Bobby Riggs (Steve Carrell).
Richard Gere and Juliette Binoche star in this drama about a struggling married couple who avoid their problems by investing all of their time and energy into their daughter becoming a spelling bee champion.
BORG VS. MCENROE
Another legendary tennis match, this set one set in 1980, portraying the rivalry between the calm, collected Björn Borg (Sverrir Gudnason) and the not calm, not collected John McEnroe (Shia LeBeouf).
DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS
Yes, it was only released into cinemas a few weeks ago, but also yes, the second-biggest box office hit of the year is now available to stream at home. Check out our chat with Benedict Cumberbatch himself about the Marvel sequel right here:
THE GIRL NEXT DOOR
Very much ahead of its time in terms of discussing sex workers, this decent rom-com sees a teenager (Emile Hirsch) develop a crush on his new neighbour (Elisha Cuthbert), who also happens to be a porn star. Check out our chat with Cuthbert about this movie - and most of her career! - right here:
HOT TUB TIME MACHINE
A group of best friends (John Cusack, Rob Corddry, Craig Robinson) find themselves transported back to their teen bodies, revisiting an important party in 1986 that will change the courses of their futures. Basically a very raunchy version of Back To The Future.
One of the worst movies Eddie Murphy ever made, which is saying something. He plays a small alien who controls a human-sized robot, which also happens to look like Eddie Murphy. Ugh.
96% on Rotten Tomatoes! When a strait-laced student has a regrettable first sexual encounter, her and her best friend are on the hunt for a morning after pill. Very well acted, and incredibly funny in places.
A very good documentary about the family that produced the first trio of brothers to become NBA champions.
Elijah Wood stars in this true story about the jockey of an undersized horse who has a series of wins during Depression-era America, raising the spirits of all those who watched the sport.
When her husband (Richard Gere) returns home from the Civil War, his wife (Jodie Foster) begins to suspect that the man who has come back is not actually her husband at all. We know this sounds like a psychological thriller, but it is actually a romantic drama...
TREVOR: THE MUSICAL
The filmed version of the stage musical adaptation of the Oscar-winning short movie. Phew! A young boy becomes the centre of attention, his sexuality now the major topic of conversation at his school.
Vince Vaughn, Dave Franco and Tom Wilkinson star in this comedy about small business owners who go on a trip to nail down the biggest contract of their careers. However, things pretty much immediately go off the rails.