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Shang-Chi Disney Plus release date announced for November

The Marvel movie joins a number of Thanksgiving-ready premieres

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Simu Li squares up as the title character of Marvel’s Shang-Chi. Image: Marvel Studios

The holiday season just got a little bit more Marvel-ous. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, will premiere on Disney Plus for all subscribers on Nov. 12.

That date makes Shang-Chi available for home streaming exactly one week after the Nov. 5 theatrical premiere of The Eternals, and one month before Spider-Man: No Way Home swings onto big screens. Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe: It’s here, baby!

But Shang-Chi isn’t the only thing hitting Disney Plus that day. The streamer is billing Nov. 12 as “Disney Plus Day” and dropping lots of content to celebrate: Jungle Cruise will arrive on the service the same day, as well as the Disney Plus original Home Sweet Home Alone, which reboots the Home Alone franchise, shorts from Disney, Pixar, and The Simpsons, and a Star Wars special “celebrating the origins and legacy” of Boba Fett. Disney also promises a newsy event featuring first looks and trailers for upcoming releases.

See? It’s a festivus for the rest of Plus.

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