Friday, January 22nd happens to be National Popcorn Day because there’s a day to celebrate anything cool.
Disney and Pixar are celebrating the big day by bringing Pixar Popcorn exclusively to Disney+.
Pixar Popcorn is a collection of 10 shorts that celebrate eating popcorn. Just kidding. The 10 shorts are presented in “bite size” and will feature popular Pixar characters from Toy Story, Finding Nemo, Cars and The Incredibles in new adventures from Pixar Animation Studios.
All 10 shorts are expected to drop on Friday so it will be a fun binge alongside the next episode of WandaVision on Disney+ and Season 2 of Jurassic Park: Camp Cretaceous on Netflix.
You will need to sign-up for Disney+ at the official website or app to watch Pixar Popcorn as the free trial went away when quarantine ramped-up and subscriptions naturally skyrocketed as a result.
The cost for Disney Plus remains one of the cheapest of all streaming services at only $6.99 a month. Subscribers get more than their money’s worth with seemingly endless Star Wars, Pixar, Disney, Marvel and National Geographic content to choose from.
Disney is also offering an option of subscribing for $69.99 a year that drops the price down to $5.84 a month, over a dollar a month less than going month-to-month.
Disney+ Hulu ESPN+ Bundle
There is also a $12.99 a month bundle option that includes Disney+, ESPN+ and the ad-supported version of Hulu. This deal dubbed “Get All Three” is fantastic and many folks have already jumped in with both feet and endless hours of streaming options.
If you already have a Hulu account then you will receive a bill credit for each month that you’re subscribed to the bundle deal.
Look for the Disney+ app to show up on a variety of devices including Xbox and PlayStation gaming consoles; LG, Samsung and Sony TVs, Roku boxes, and Amazon Fire TV boxes and Fire Sticks.