New Disney film Encanto: Encanto age rating, cast, and when is Encanto on Disney Plus?
Encanto follows the story of an extraordinary family living in the hidden mountains in Columbia.
Encanto is the latest creation from Disney, following the Madrigal family.
The Madrigals live hidden in the mountains of Colombia, in a magical place called the Encanto, giving the film its name.
The magic of this place has blessed every child in the family with special powers, except the main character, Mirabel.
However, it’s Mirabel who finds herself in the position of saving her family and all the magic in the Encanto when she discovers a new threat to the hidden place.
Here’s when Encanto comes out in cinemas and on Disney Plus, so you can see what Mirabel does in the face of this new danger.
When is Encanto coming out?
Encanto’s UK release date is Wednesday November 24th, coming to cinemas across the UK.
The film was released to coincide with the holiday of Thanksgiving.
Who’s in the Encanto cast?
Although Encanto is an animated film, that hasn’t stopped various famous faces from stepping up to the microphone to record voies for the movie.
The voice cast includes Stephanie Beatriz as Mirabel, María Cecilia Botero as Mirabel’s grandmother Alma (aka Abuela), John Leguizamo as Bruno, and Angie Cepeda and Wilmer Valderrama as Mirabel’s parents.
The rest of Mirabel’s family is played by Diane Guererro and Jessica Darrow, taking the roles of Mirabel’s sisters, Isabela and Luisa.
What is Encanto’s age rating?
In the UK, Encanto has been rated PG.
This means that unaccompanied children of any age can watch the film, as with many animated Disney films.
The official guidance states that a PG film shouldn’t disturb a child over the age of eight and it’s up to parents whether children younger than that can watch it.
When is Encanto on Disney Plus?
Encanto already has a streaming release date, coming to Disney Plus for no extra cost exactly a month after its theatre release date.
This will be included in the price of your regular monthly subscription, so if you’re already a Disney Plus subscriber, you’ll be able to see the film with no issues.
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