In addition to the poster for The Mandalorian, there are new Disney+ posters for Lady and the Tramp, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, The World According to Jeff Goldblum, and Noelle. All these are launch titles for when the streaming service kicks off on November 12.
Disney‘s live-action/CG hybrid Lady and the Tramp features Tessa Thompson as the voice of Lady, Justin Theroux as Tramp, Kiersey Clemons as Darling, the human owner of Lady, Ashley Jensen will voice a Scottish Terrier named Jackie, one of Lady’s closest friends (Jock in the original film), and Benedict Wong will voice Bull, an English bulldog. Charlie Bean (The LEGO Ninjago Movie) is directing from a script by Andrew Bujalski, and Brigham Taylor is producing the film.
The 10-episode High School Musical: The Musical: The Series picks up nearly 15 years after the original movie aired at the real-life location where it all began: East High. It follows a group of students as they countdown to the opening night of their school’s first-ever production of “High School Musical.” Showmances blossom; friendships are tested while new ones are made; rivalries flare and lives are changed forever as these young people discover the transformative power that only a high school drama club can provide.
The cast includes Joshua Bassett (Stuck in the Middle), Olivia Rodrigo (Bizaardvark), Kate Reinders (Modern Family, Broadway’s Beautiful: The Carole King Musical), Sofia Wylie (Andi Mack), Matt Cornett (Bella and the Bulldogs), Dara Reneé (Freaky Friday), Julia Lester (Mom), Frankie Rodriguez (Modern Family), Larry Saperstein (Fan Girl), and Mark St. Cyr (Doomsday).
In National Geographic documentary series The World According to Jeff Goldblum, the actor pulls back the curtain on a seemingly familiar object to reveal a world of astonishing connections, fascinating science, and a whole lot of big ideas.
The Christmas comedy Noelle, written and directed by Marc Lawrence, stars Anna Kendrick as Noelle Claus, the daughter of Santa Claus. It also stars Bill Hader, Billy Eichner, Shirley MacLaine, and Julie Hagerty.