VIDEO: Watch Pixar’s ‘Luca’ on Disney+ Right Now for FREE!

There are a lot of things to watch on Disney+ and a whole bunch of new shows and movies coming soon!

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Recently, Cruella was released on Disney+ through Premier Access. But today you can stream the latest Disney and Pixar film for FREE! 

That’s right — Disney and Pixar’s newest movie, Lucahas officially arrived on Disney+!



Just like Disney and Pixar’s Soul, Luca is available to stream entirely for FREE for all Disney+ subscribers (no Premier Access or additional cost necessary).

LUCA poster

Not quite sure what Luca is all about? Well, the movie follows the story of Luca, a young sea monster, as he experiences an unforgettable summer on the Italian Riviera. Check out the trailer below.


 It looks like Luca spends quite a bit of time above the sea getting up to all kinds of antics with his friends.


If you want to grab some Luca-themed items, you can head to participating McDonald’s locations right now to get some Luca toys with your Happy Meal.

It’s Luca!

Want to learn more about Luca? 

LUCA transformation

Have you already seen Luca? Tell us your reactions and thoughts in the comments below!

We’ll keep an eye out for more Disney+ news and let you know what we find!

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One Reply to “VIDEO: Watch Pixar’s ‘Luca’ on Disney+ Right Now for FREE!”

  1. I just watched Luca, and it kept my avid interest throughout the entire film. At first I thought it would be going down the Little Memaid path. Never underestimate Disney Pixar writers. This film is a fresh, amusing and touching journey. Kids will love the suspense of the main characters continual metamorphosis. All viewers will be caught up in the story of a few misfits working towards a common goal. Setting of Italy is interesting, and I learned a few Italian phrases! The villain is hilarious. Little girl is a spunky type, reminded me a little of Ellie in Up. And yes, I teared up at the end. Disney got me again