There are still some limited showings of 'The Last Duel' - aka that movie Matt Damon shot in Ireland last year - in Irish cinemas. But if you'd rather enjoy the movie from the comfort of your own couch, then you're in luck.
'The Last Duel' is among the titles coming to Disney+ in the coming weeks.
It debuts on December 1st so right on time for Christmas movies season.
'The Last Duel' is among a slew of titles that Disney+ have announced are coming to the streamer in the coming weeks.
'Encanto' will also be showing in cinemas from November 24th.
The premiere date for National Geographic's 'The Rescue' is 3 December.
'Derek Delgaudio’s In & Of Itself', hosted by the eponymous storyteller and conceptual magician, arrives on Disney+ on 31 December.
There's plenty of TV coming too dystopian drama, 'Anna', which is available to subscribers from 17 November; 'The Big Leap', starring Scott Foley and Piper Perabo, which arrives on Disney+ on 1 December; and 'The Wonder Years' on 22 December.
The iconic 'NCIS' is also on the way. So too is award-winning doc 'The Reason I Jump' and Spanish police thriller 'Antidisturbios'.
Disney+ also revealed that the new year will see the premieres of 'Pam & Tommy', starring Lily James and Sebastian Stan, 'Pistol' from FX and exec produced by Danny Boyle. and docuseries 'Welcome to Wrexham' featuring Wrexham AFC owners, Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney.
Today - 12 November - marks Disney+ day.
It sees the premiere of such shows as 'Dopesick' on the streaming service, as well as movies like 'Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings', 'Jungle Cruise', 'Home Sweet Home Alone', and 'Enchanted'.