How To Watch Pixar's Soul on Disney Plus

Joe Gardner smiling

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

Critics warn that Soul is quite the emotional story and you'll probably want tissues nearby as you watch. Originally the film was to be released on June 20, but the pandemic has largely ended in-theater movie experiences, with the exception of a few films like "The New Mutants" and "Tenet", which still came out in a few opened theaters around the U.S. The release date was changed to November 20 before ultimately being pushed to Christmas and streaming-only. Unlike Mulan that released earlier this year, Soul will be included as part of your subscription at no extra charge. It's pretty easy. Just get a subscription to Disney Plus!

What time will "Soul" be released and available to stream?

However, if you haven't signed up for Disney Plus yet, the streaming service costs $6.99 per month or $69.99 for the year.

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.

How to watch Disney's Soul in the U.

Don't forget to stream "Soul" starting tomorrow only on Disney+ and be sure to tune in to the "Disney Parks Magical Christmas Celebration" tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. ET and 9 a.m. CT/MT/PT on ABC for a special look the film and musical performances by Jon Batiste, as well as performances from today's hottest artists!

Soul will arrive on Disney+ at midnight Pacific Time in the US. 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.

From toys and collectibles that bring to life favorite characters like Joe Gardner, Mr. Mittens and 22, to chic and contemporary apparel collaborations, the "Soul" product assortment is sure to jazz up your at-home premiere of the film Check out a few note-perfect products below! But while adults will relate to the philosophical nature of the subject being addressed - supposedly it's the most "adult-themed Pixar movie yet" - kids will also appreciate the film.



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