Netflix and Disney + have a couple of tidbits in their weekend program that we don’t want to withhold from you: a hyped series continues, a Marvel movie appears on a streaming service and another excellent film could sweeten your movie night.
Arcane on Netflix
The new fantasy series Arcane was on November 8th # 1 on the Netflix charts in 38 countries. Arcane tells the story of some characters from the Moba League of Legends, but you don’t need any prior knowledge. Actually, it is completely irrelevant whether you know or like LoL – because Arcane stands for itself, with its fantastic animations and the dark story.
Arcane focuses on two sisters: one comes from the wealthy city of Piltover, while the other tries to survive in the ghetto fence. However, when war breaks out between the two cities and a magical technology takes center stage, the two’s family ties are put to the test.
The first three episodes of Arcane have been online for a week; the next three episodes will follow on November 13th.
Start streaming the first six episodes of Arcane on Netflix starting today.
Le Mans 66 – Against every chance at Disney +
The blockbuster Le Mans 66 – Against every chance shows the real background of a historic race in which Ford and Ferrari compete for first prize. Ford doesn’t seem to stand a chance against the Ferrari giant as Carroll Shelby (Matt Damon) and Ken Miles (Christian Bale) team up to build a car that can beat everyone else in just 90 days.
Stream Le Mans 66 – Against every chance from now on Disney +.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings at Disney +
If you like the Marvel movie Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings missed the cinema, no problem: From now on you can watch the entire film without a VIP subscription on Disney +. The MCU blockbuster focuses on the new superhero Shang-Chi, who grew up with his sister in the brutal Ten Rings organization. After going into hiding as a teenager, his past catches up with him – as does his magical legacy.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings also feature a few supporting characters from the MCU films, including the wacky Trevor Slattery (Ben Kingsley) from Iron Man 3.
Stream Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings on Disney + now.
A little tip for all MCU fans: Disney + has even more Marvel to offer in November – the first episode of the new MCU series will appear here on November 24, 2021 Hawk Eye, with Clint Barton and Kate Bishop at the center of the story.