Disney+ is adding quite a few new titles for December to finish out 2020 on a magical note.
In addition to the season 2 finale of "The Mandalorian," the streaming service will debut an original movie, "Soul," from Pixar on Christmas Day.
Pete Docter -- the Oscar-winning filmmaker of "Up" and "Inside Out" -- directs this animated film, which stars Jamie Foxx as Joe Gardner, a middle school music teacher who lost his passion for jazz. When a chance accident results in his soul separating from his body, he must find a way to reunite the two before all is lost.
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In addition to offerings including "Hamilton" and "Black Is King," "Mulan" is available to stream on Disney+ for an additional fee of $29.99. More information on how to stream the the live-action film can be found here.