How To Watch Pixar's Soul on Disney Plus

How To Watch Pixar's Soul on Disney Plus

One of the shirts highlights the soulful feline; the other features Joe, 22, Jerry, and a few other hidden Easter eggs walking along a beautifully cosmic piano-scape. "Soul", the first black-led film from the studio, arrives Friday on Disney+.

Disney and Pixar's "Soul" x RSVLTS Collection features two uniquely designed button-down shirts.

If you've opened Christmas gifts, are ready to watch Soul and don't have a Disney+ subscription yet, you will need to sign-up for Disney+ at the official website or app. "Soul" comes with a regular Disney+ subscription.

Disney Plus costs $6.99 per month (no long term contract) or $69.99 per year.

In celebration of Soul's release, the multicultural powerhouse, HUE Unlimited, worked with artists to bring Joe and company to life through a curated collection of wearable art pieces inspired by the film.

The service packs plenty of must-watch films and TV shows from Disney classics, the Marvel MCU and the galaxy-conquering Star Wars TV series, The Mandalorian.

As Soul is a Disney Pixar film, it will be available in all of the countries that Disney Plus has launched in so far. You can catch the movie streaming exclusively on Disney+ beginning December 25. Pixar Animation Studios is a subsidiary of Disney Studios, with all of their content available on-demand to anyone with a Disney Plus subscription. Unlike Mulan, which charged subscribers $30 to rent the film, there's no additional premiere access fee required to watch it. While the movie might not have been a commercial slam dunk, it's hard not to admire a premise that dares to tackle such lofty ideas as life after death and what makes living worthwhile, as filtered through the hopes and dreams of Joe Gardner (voiced by Jamie Foxx).

Whereas it's thrilling to see actors who've by no means voiced a Pixar character pop up in a brand new movie, it's particularly a deal with after they carry again just a few veterans (i.e., A Bug's Life's Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Onward, for example).

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