Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hello there, everyone, and welcome to the very first episode of What's Up, Disney+. I'm Andre. And I'm Jenny and welcome to the weekly-- There goes my Cuban accent. Let's do that again. (CUBAN ACCENT) The weekly Cuban. Welcome to the weekly Disney+ show, where we give updates on all things Disney+. Not only am I so excited to be a part of this show, but I'm excited to do this with you, Jenny. We've known each other for a while and we get to talk about Disney together, which is great. We're both huge Disney fans, Andre. I think that's why we became friends to begin with. I mean we've bumped into each other at countless conventions and panels. So I think we're in the right place here. I think you are, I think we both are. And I think you are, if you're watching, if you're a Disney fan, because anything that has to do with Disney+, we are talking about it right here. And we can't wait to bring you along for the ride. We have a lot to go through for our first episode. First, we're going to take you to a galaxy far, far away with the Emmy award-winning series, "The Mandalorian." Then we'll be talking with directors Trent Correy and Dan Abraham about the newest animated short from Walt Disney Animation Studios, "Once Upon a Snowman." To wrap things up, we have an interview with Fin Argus and Sabrina Carpenter from Disney+'s original movie, "Clouds." And not only that, Fin will be performing a song from the movie's soundtrack. Can't wait to show it to you. Here we go. It's time for my favorite lone warrior travailing the outer reaches of the galaxy. That's right, we're talking about "The Mandalorian." You have no idea, Andre, how excited I am about season two. I loved season one so much. What were some of your favorite moments? Oh man, there's so much to think about with this show. First off, it's just really cool to have a live-action Star Wars series. It's got this cool, almost like Western-style vibe with it, you know, lone warrior out there, going on these epic adventures. It's just really cool. There's one specific sequence that I'll always remember when he drops off The Child as one of his missions, but he feels like something's not right. So he goes back to rescue The Child. And that entire sequence is this cool, kind of like stealth mission, where he's like hiding and taking out Storm Troopers one-by-one to get further in. Also, gotta give props to the droids. They gave us a great droid with IG-11. Uh-huh. When he comes out in that one scene, and is just like twisting and turning and blasting everywhere. - (BLASTING NOISES) I was just like, this is amazing! I remember when they showed a little bit of that in the trailer, but then when you see it in the show, it's like, whoa, that's so cool! The action is incredible. And I think what's really great about the Mandalorian is that a lot is done through body language because we cannot see his face. And there's that scene where he's sitting down and he looks over to the missing gear knob that he used to give The Child to play with. And he's not there and you could just-- Right. --tell with his body language that he has a heart, that he has a conscience. And it's actually a very emotional scene. It choked me up. Oh yeah. Also, I just want to give a shout-out to Pedro Pascal. I adore him. He's an amazing actor. I am all about the fact that Star Wars has so many Latino actors. But yes, I'm going to bring in The Child here because it became such a meme-able moment, where he comes out with his little soup cup and his hands are just like-- I just thought it was hilar-- it was such an endearing moment. Yeah. It's just really cool. And they have a lot of Easter eggs in this show too, which I think is really nice. There's one episode where if you know Star Wars, you might recognize a certain planet that pops up, maybe even the cantina on that planet. I fangirled so hard when I saw that scene. And honestly, we can talk about this all day or for weeks, possibly. But we got to get back to the script. Season two of "The Mandalorian" premieres Friday, October 30 on Disney+. Can't wait to see the new season and I'm sure we're gonna be talking about it a lot more after it comes out. ANDRE: This is big news. Disney and Pixar's "Soul" will be streaming exclusively on Disney+ on December 25. I've been excited to see this movie ever since I saw the teaser. I'm so glad we all get to be able to see it on Disney+ on Christmas Day. JENNY: Disney+ announced what's coming in November, including "Marvel's 616," "Inside Pixar," "Black Beauty," and much, much more. ANDRE: We recently got brand new images from "The LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special." Happy life day, everyone. JENNY: A new Disney+ original movie, "Sneakerella," which gives a fresh, new take on the classic Cinderella story, was just announced. ANDRE: George Lucas's "Willow" will be getting its own series on Disney+ with Jon M. Chu set to direct the pilot. Earlier this week, we got a new special look at "The Mandalorian" season 2. Can't wait to see more of that series. JENNY: And that's what's new. Jenny, guess what. What? It's time for us to build a snowman. Oh, yes, I love me some Olaf. Yes, and he is the star of Walt Disney Animation Studio's newest animated short, "Once Upon a Snowman." It is the untold origin story of "Frozen"'s summer-loving snowman, Olaf. And you got to talk to the directors. So let's check it out. I'm here with Trent Correy and Dan Abraham, the directors of "Once Upon a Snowman." Hi, guys. How you doing? Good, Andre, thank you. Nice to be here. For someone who hasn't seen this short yet, what would you say they can expect? Well, this is the untold origins. So this is, you know, getting to see Olaf take his very first steps. We don't actually see that moment in the first movie. So you have to tell us what it was like working with Josh Gad. Josh Gad is very much Olaf. I got to sit there in the booth with him and read lines to him as another character. And when he would, you know, say his line back to me, and inside, I'm sort of like, I'm talking to Olaf and he's talking to me. And it was so much fun. Yeah, and Dan and I were just, I mean, trying not to laugh the whole time. Well, you're better than I am. I would have bust out laughing. So you two have obviously worked a lot with Olaf, making this short. We have a little quiz here that you guys are going to do. And we're going to see at the end of it, what percent Olaf you are. And if we're less than 75%, we don't get to direct this short anymore? Is that-- We'll see, we'll see what happens after. Oh look, it's summer!