No, Sing 2 isn't broadcasting on Disney Plus. Unfortunately, Disney Plus in the United States doesn't have Sing 2 as part of its long list of movies. However, if you want to see something similar, Zootopia and Coco can be one of the options you can enjoy on the platform. If you were looking for it on Disney+, you're out of luck.
The film has not been released on the streaming service. In fact, it will probably never make it to Disney+. Both Sing films were produced by Illumination and distributed by Universal Pictures. From now on, Amazon Prime users in the UK will not have access to Sing 2 and will have to wait a little longer for the film to be available on OTT platforms.
Similar to Sing 2, you'll have to rent or buy Sing on VOD if you want to enjoy harmonious fun. As in the United States and the United Kingdom, Netflix in Australia also does not allow its users to enjoy Sing 2 on its platform. Disney Plus users in the UK don't have a chance to watch Sing 2, so they'll have to wait a bit. Sing 2 will take place a month after the events of the first film, which saw Buster Moon (Matthew McConaughey) successfully save his theater from closure after a final singing competition launched a group of talented humanoid animals to stardom.
No, Disney Plus in Australia doesn't have the movie as part, and eager fans will have to wait for it to be released. Before Buster Moon and his performers were old enough to travel to Redshore City and eventually book concerts in other major cities, they were people just trying to find ways to live out their dreams of singing or playing music. Sing 2 The premise of the film sees the protagonist Buster Moon (voiced by Matthew McConaughey), who, together with his group, wants to shake up the singing competition in the city of Redshore. If movie theaters are less than your thing (or you just want to sing without judgment), there are a variety of streaming services you can choose from to watch Sing 2 from the comfort of your own home.
Those who weren't ready to go to the movies were patiently waiting to stream Sing 2 from the comfort of their own homes. Too often, Disney Plus Originals have avoided embracing the special charm of an unapologetic getaway for all ages, and have tried to attract adults instead. Voices lent to animated characters have a certain stellar power only in dialogue, but when these familiar voices go to the next level of singing, it becomes a fun guessing game of who gives voice to whom. Like the UK, the Australian audience will also have to be patient for Sing 2 to launch online for streaming or purchase.
But now “Sing 2” is finally here, and families around the world will be wondering how to watch the sequel.