- March 24, 2023
March is International Women’s Month. It’s a time to celebrate just how far women have come, an occasion to pay tribute to their sacrifices in our lives and throughout history, and an opportunity to think about how far there is to go and how much more they can achieve with their strength, intellect, talent, and heart.
Need some girl power inspo? Catch these five Disney+ shows, where brave and fierce female icons take center stage:
Idina Menzel: Which Way to the Stage?
Legendary Broadway star Idina Menzel has become a Disney icon, starring in Enchanted and Disenchanted, and famously voicing Elsa in the Frozen series. On Which Way to the Stage?, we get to see Menzel go on a national tour and achieve her lifelong dream: headlining a concert in New York City’s iconic Madison Square Garden.
She-Hulk: Attorney at Law
This super-powered legal comedy features lawyer Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany), a.k.a. She-Hulk, who tackles legal troubles of the superhero kind. Apart from handling superhero legal matters like a boss, she also has to masterfully deal with her new powers and balance her life as a lawyer and superhero on the rise.
Brave follows the tale of Merida, a strong, confident, self-rescuing princess who wants to defy royal norms. With her bow at the ready, she leads a quest to save her family and kingdom from war. Brave is an inspiring tale of heroism that young girls will surely love.
Amelia Earhart, the first female pilot to fly over the Atlantic Ocean solo, is a role model for women worldwide. Expedition Amelia, produced by National Geographic, looks to solve the mystery of her fateful final journey and find the much-sought answers to one of history’s biggest mysteries.
This upcoming true crime film is based on the true story of a killer who went on a rampage during the 1960s. It stars Keira Knightley as reporter Loretta McLaughlin, the intrepid journalist who broke the story at the time. She challenges the norms and takes risks to let her voice be heard, and uncover the corruption within the case. Boston Strangler premieres on March 17.