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How To Watch Jungle Cruise

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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s latest movie, Jungle Cruise is finally hitting theaters and Disney+ Premier Access on July 30. And that means that you can watch it at home, or in the theater. Of course, watching it at home is a whole lot better, as you can snack on whatever you want, watch it on your couch, and watch it as many times as you want.

Here’s the plot for Jungle Cruise “Dr. Lily Houghton enlists the aid of wisecracking skipper Frank Wolff to take her down the Amazon in his ramshackle boat. Together, they search for an ancient tree that holds the power to heal — a discovery that will change the future of medicine.”

This is likely one of the last movies to hit Premier Access, as Disney is wanting to get everyone back to the theaters. Theatrical releases make a lot more money for movie studios, than just releasing on their streaming services. Though, Black Widow did make nearly $60 million on Premier Access in the opening weekend, so there’s a chance that Disney could change its tune.

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Here’s how you can watch Jungle Cruise starting on July 30, through Disney+ Premier Access.

How To Watch Jungle Cruise

The best way to watch the latest Disney movie, Jungle Cruise, is going to be on Disney+ Premier Access. We have a whole explainer article about Disney+ Premier Access that you can check out here.

Open up Disney+.

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Click on the banner at the top that shows Jungle Cruise.

You’ll need to purchase Jungle Cruise via Premier Access, and that will cost you $30.

Now that you have bought the movie, you’ll be able to watch it as many times as you’d like between July 30 and when the movie leaves theater. Which is typically 30-60 days, though we are not sure how long it’ll stick around.

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After it leaves theaters, it will eventually make it to Disney+ again, and you’ll be able to watch it for free with your Disney+ subscription. Premier Access essentially lets you watch it at the same time as it hits theaters, and that’s it.