Disney Plus Movies and TV Shows Released in March 2022 – Enjoy a wealth of new Disney Plus movies and TV shows in March 2022, including box office hits, must-see series, and even the return of a beloved family sitcom classic.
In reality, March has been a very contentful month thanks to the platform. There have been a lot of good new releases recently, but it would be impossible to watch them all. Here, for your convenience, are the best new Disney Plus films and TV shows from the month of March.
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Western Musical Drama (Streaming Release Date: March 2, 2022)
West Side Story, produced and directed by Steven Spielberg, is a fresh take on the timeless musical that outshines the 1961 film adaptation. It emphasises the updated version of Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet.” Tony (Ansel Elgort) and Maria (Rachel Ziegler) are a young couple caught in the middle of a conflict between rival gangs (the Jets and the Sharks) for control of the city.
After debuting in theatres in December 2021, the film was made available for digital download in March 2022. It is one of the most popular Disney Plus movies and shows, earning over $38.6 million in U.S. sales.
Fresh Scheduled for Publication on March 4, 2022
The film Fresh marks Mimi Cave’s directorial debut. Daisy Edgar Jones and Sebastian Stan are the main characters in this comedic thriller. The film’s plot is on a young girl whose boyfriend (played by a cute young actor) comes to learn the horrible truth about her.
The movie is reminiscent to Ted Bundy in its depiction of the killer’s early life, since the girlfriend’s partner is a human meat butcher who preyed on women. The film had its world premiere at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival and was released to the public in March of that year. The movie was well appreciated by audiences, earning a 7/10 average rating.
Altering to a Scarlet Color (Released on March 11, 2022)
Turning Red is a comedy fantasy film directed by Domee Shi and produced by Lindsey Collins. It is filmed in Toronto, Ontario. Meilin Lee’s world is turned upside down as she experiences puberty and the accompanying bodily changes, including the appearance of hair in unexpected places, in this animated masterpiece.
Both London and Toronto hosted special showings of the film. The film had its world debut in Los Angeles on March 1, and it became available on streaming services eleven days later. Over $15,5 million was made via ticket sales alone, making it one of the highest grossing films ever for Disney Plus.
Driving Home 2 U / Olivia Rodrigo (Released on March 25, 2022)
Olivia Rodrigo: Driving Home 2 U, a documentary about the Grammy-nominated singer-journey songwriter’s from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles, insightfully details the creative process behind the creation of her debut album, Sorry.
In it, she performed her songs live, and there were also interviews and clips from the album’s production process. On March 25, 2022, the Stacey Lee-helmed film was made available to online streaming subscribers who paid a fee.
False Start (Released for streaming on March 3, 2022)
The Best Movies on Disney Plus Dropout is based on Rebecca Jarvis’s podcast of the same name. Produced by Elizabeth Meriwether, the series debuted on Hulu on March 3, 2022. It’s based on the real-life events surrounding Elizabeth Holmes and the health-tech company she founded, and it shows how quickly success can be squandered through misplaced ambition and a thirst for attention. The film was well-received by both audiences and reviewers, earning a 7.4/10 rating.
Tense Night (Released on March 30, 2022)
Jeremy Slater’s Moon Knight is the sixth MCU TV show. It features a character with magical abilities and reveals that Oscar Issac suffers from multiple personality disorder. It premiered in March and will air for as many as six episodes before May 4. In addition to the red carpet debut at the El Capitan Theater in Los Angeles, special screenings of the film were also hosted at Cine Capitol in Madrid and the British Museum in London. Audiences, especially those who are already familiar with the Marvel universe, praised the film.
This Is the Story of the Time I Learned to Love You (Released on March 9, 2022)
Hulu’s debut airing of the American sitcom How I Met Your Father aired in January of 2022. It’s a new take on the How I Met Your Mother formula. Sophie (Hilary Duff) is the protagonist, and the plot focuses on how she met the father of her son in 2021, while she and her friends were out on the dating scene. The sitcom’s original review score was a dismal 5/10 due to widespread complaints that it catered to an outdated audience.
This concludes our ranking of the best Disney Plus movies and shows. I pray that you enjoy them immensely while you watch them.