Spring has arrived! Once Easter lovers are done hunting for eggs and putting on their Easter bonnets for brunch, it’s time to hunker down at home for a movie marathon.
Animated films, which include Hop, Zootopia Peter Rabbit,These are just a few of the Easter-approved movies viewers have to choose from while enjoying their holiday treats and peeps.
If you’d rather watch a feel-good musical, Easter Parade,The film, which stars Judy Garland and Fred Astaire is sure to get you in the spring spirit. Fans will be singing along to 17 Irving Berlin songs, which are sprinkled throughout the 1948 hit.
Astaire also appeared in Holiday InnBing Crosby was also featured, and his film was centered on all the holidays. The Oscar-winning film is known for its Christmas/Easter numbers, which land it on Us Weekly’sIt’s a season to be on your radar.
Jesus Christ SuperstarUses a musical approach to the religious story about Jesus Christ. RisenThe period piece ” also shows the more horrific side of the warriors at the same time.
If the Easter Bunny is your favorite holiday thing, then Miss PotterThis book dives into the truth behind the story. The Tale of Peter Rabbit’s author, Beatrix Potter, is right up your alley.
After watching, both children and adults will be able to smile. It’s the Easter Beagle, Charlie Brown Willy Wonka the Chocolate Factory. While Charlie Brown’s animated adventure is directly about Easter, a chocolate factory experience seems fitting for the sweet holiday, too.
A few unconventional films fans can’t help but watch during Easter include Steel Magnolias and The Santa Clause 2 — eagle-eyed moviegoers will recall the Easter Bunny’s cameo in the 2002 hit.
Scroll down Us Weekly’s top picks to stream this Easter — and all spring long: