If you can’t get enough of Disney animation, then you’re in luck. The next big feature film from Disney – Raya and the Last Dragon – is not far from being released. As cinemas continue to remain closed during the pandemic, most people will be streaming this flick from home.

Set in the fantasy world of Kumandra, the film follows a warrior who sets out on a quest to find the last dragon in existence to take on a threat that has re-emerged. 

To learn how to watch this film as soon as it releases, keep on reading. You can also check out the best upcoming films of 2021, as well as our guide to watching Godzilla Vs. Kong in the UK.

Raya and the Last Dragon release date

You haven’t got long to wait at all, as Raya and the Last Dragon will release on Friday 5 March 2021. You can watch the official trailer for the film below:

How to watch Raya and the Last Dragon on Disney Plus

Raya and the Last Dragon will be available through Disney Plus Premiere Access, just as the live-action remake of Mulan was.

If you’ve not already you’ll need to sign up for an account with this streaming platform. You can get Disney+ for either £7.99/$6.99 per month, or £79.90/$69.99 per year.

Once you’ve signed up for a Disney+ account, you’ll also need to pay an additional one-off cost to watch Raya and the Last Dragon via Premiere Access. Disney has confirmed that the UK cost is £19.99, and the US cost is $29.99.

Here’s the steps you’ll need to take on 5 March 2021 when the film releases:

  • Sign into your Disney+ account and head to the homepage
  • Click on Raya and the Last Dragon
  • Click ‘Get Premiere Access’
  • Confirm it is an additional purchase, and that you’re happy to billed extra

Raya and the last dragon

Can I stream Raya and the Last Dragon anywhere else?

When the film is first released, it will be exclusive to Disney+. However, Mulan eventually became available on VOD services such as Amazon Prime Video, Google Play and iTunes, and this film will probably do the same.

In addition, if you’re willing to wait a month or two, the film will likely become free to stream for Disney+ subscribers.





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