Movie night with a dash of maple syrup! Next time you sit down to pop on something to watch, check out Disney+'s O Canada Collection to show off your love for your country. The list of over two dozen films includes some classic hits that you might not know have Canadian roots.
According to What's On Disney Plus, the brand new collection was added to celebrate Canada Day.
The 30 movies are separated into two categories: Starring Canadians and Filmed in Canada.
In the first category, you can find flicks such as Toy Story 4 that features the voice of Toronto's Keanu Reeves, and the 2019 Aladdin remake that stars Toronto's Mena Massoud.
London, Ontario-born Rachel McAdams is in Doctor Strange, and Toronto's Catherine O'Hara and Hamilton's Martin Short both voice Frankenweenie.
Toronto-born Rick Moranis stars in two movies on the list, Honey I Shrunk the Kids and Brother Bear. So does Edmonton's Nathan Fillion who's in Cars 3 and Monsters University.
Animated films including Up, Finding Dory, The Lion King, and Zootropolis also feature the voices of Canadians Christopher Plummer, Eugene Levy, Seth Rogen, and Peter Mansbridge.
Other movies starring Canadian faces are The Sorcerer's Apprentice (Jay Baruchel), The Avengers (Cobie Smulders), Ant-Man (Evangeline Lilly), Cool Runnings (John Candy), X-Men: Days of Future Past (Shawn Ashmore), Star Wars: Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (Hayden Christensen), and Remember the Titans (Ryan Gosling).
In the "Filmed in Canada" category, you can find flicks including Camp Rock, Cheaper by the Dozen 2, Diary of a Teenage DramaQueen, and The Pacifier which were all filmed around Ontario.
Toronto-filmed movies include Ice Princess and X-Men, and B.C. ones are Descendants, Noelle, and Tomorrowland.
Willem Dafoe's Togo was filmed in Cochrane, Alberta.
The 30 movies in the O Canada Collection are perfect for a nightly movie marathon during the week of Canada Day.
You can also look forward to July 2020 new arrivals to freshen up your sunny days.