The ultimate family films: From the highest rated hits to iconic classics, here ... trends now
Disney+ has announced a fabulous collection of kids movies to get the family into a holiday mood this weekend.
Here's the ultimate guide to the top ten shows and films that fans can look forward to viewing on the streaming giant.
Topping the list is the new animated comedy blockbuster LEGO Marvel Code Red.
In the special, The Avengers get set to save New York City from the Red Skull and his Hydra Forces but things go awry when Black Widow's dad Red Guardian disappears.
The team of super heroes soon discover that anyone with 'red' in their name is in danger - including their friend Red She-Hulk.
Disney+ has announced a fabulous collection of kids movies to get the family into a holiday mood this weekend including the new animated comedy blockbuster LEGO Marvel Code Red (pictured)
Meanwhile, Disney+ are hosting a list of beloved classics, including a re-mastered version of the children's classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Originally released in 1937, the beautiful animated fairytale was restored for modern audiences in celebration of Disney studios 100th anniversary.
Known as the first full length animated feature using the cell technique - a process which entails drawing each frame of the film by hand - the film tells the story of a Princess who longs to escape her step-mother, the wicked Queen.
The Princess falls in love with a handsome Prince and befriends seven dwarfs.
Disney+ is also celebrating the famed Disney brand with other animated classics from the past including Bambi (1942) and Pinocchio (1940).
Beloved by generations of fans, Bambi tells the story of a little deer who will grow to be Prince of the forest.
Meanwhile, Disney+ are hosting a list of beloved classics, including a re-mastered version of the children's classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (a still frame the restored 1937 film)
Fans can catch the original 1940 animated version of Pinocchio as well as the 2022 live-action CGI remake of the children's classic this weekend on Disney+ (pictured with Tom Hanks)
Fans can also catch the 2022 live-action CGI remake of