(Pocket-lint) - Disney has announced that Frozen 2 will debut on Disney+ in the UK next month - the streaming service will include the movie from 3 July.
The movie has only previously been available in on Disney+ in US, Australia and the Netherlands so far - but not the UK where Disney+ launched in late March. As Frozen 2 is one of Disney's most anticipated content of recent times, it'll probably form the backbone of a summer push for the streaming service, which apparently boasts around 55 million active users worldwide.
Frozen 2 has been previously available digitally in the UK, but you'd have had to pay for it specifically through Sky Store or other pay-to-download services. As part of the launch, Disney+ UK will also carry a 'making of' documentary called Into the Unknown: Making Frozen 2 from 26 June.
Disney+ already offers a vast selection of Marvel Studios movies and TV shows, Star Wars and Pixar movies plus all the Disney classics including the original Frozen.
Once again Frozen 2 follows Elsa who, with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, journeys to find the source of her magical powers and save the kingdom of Arendelle.
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