New on Disney+ (February 7 – February 13, 2020)

This week on Disney+ we look forward to a new Disney+ Original Feature Film! TIMMY FAILURE: MISTAKES WERE MADE is a family friendly film that follows a young boy starting his own detective agency with a 1,500-pound polar bear. The ensemble cast includes Wallace Shawn (“Inconceivable!” THE PRINCESS BRIDE, YOUNG SHELDON, TOY STORY) and Ophelia Lovibond (GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY). For more, check out our Press Day Interviews.

Read on for this week’s new Disney+ content. From new weekly episodes to old films resurrected, here’s what you can look forward to on Disney+!

Friday, February 7

PREMIERE: Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made

Directed by award-winning filmmaker Tom McCarthy (SPOTLIGHT), this Disney+ Original film is based on the best-selling book series of the same name. The film follows the hilarious exploits of our quirky, deadpan hero, Timmy Failure, who, along with his 1,500-pount polar bear partner Total, operates Total Failure, Inc., a Portland detective agency.

We spoke with the cast, including Timmy Failure himself – Winslow Fegley. Also Wallace Shawn, Ophelia Lovibond and Kyle Bornheimer.

Diary of a Future President – Episode 104 “The National Mall”
In an effort to stop waiting for womanhood to come to them, Elena and Sasha stray to the forbidden mall store Intimates & More — which leads Elena to become an accidental criminal.

Disney Family Sundays – Episode 114 “Toy Story: Toy Bins”
The Freeman family joins host Amber Kemp-Gerstel for a craft inspired by Pixar’s TOY STORY films.

Marvel’s Hero Project – Episode 114 “Dynamic Danielle”
After a trip from California to build a house for a family in Mexico, Daniella dedicated her time to fundraising for materials and trip costs to build more homes, with over a dozen families benefiting directly from her efforts. Now, Marvel recognizes her as a true Super Hero.

One Day At Disney – Episode 110 – “Grace Lee: Storybook Artist”
Disney Publishing Worldwide’s Grace Lee provides an intimate look into the world of illustration and storytelling. Grace collaborates with filmmakers to extend Disney’s most beloved stories from screen to book. 

Sunday, February 9

Old Dogs (2009)

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