Can't Stop the Feeling from the recent Trolls (Rotten Tomatoes: 74%/69%) at the Academy Awards ceremony last month could well have been it. Then again, anything with that beat will always have roots in disco.
Did you realize that just in the 70's, in addition to Saturday Night Live, these were considered, sort of for some, disco themed: Thank God It's Friday (Donna Summer), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (Susan Sarandon, Tim Curry, Meat Loaf), Car Wash (Danny Devito), Roller Boogie (Linda Blair), Skatetown (Patrick Swayze), The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh (Julius Erving), Disco Godfather (Rotten Tomatoes reviewers gave it can 80 rating, but looking at who were in the film, I don't recognize even one name of the 20+), Disco Fever (Casey Kasem, Fabian), Can't Stop the Music (Bruce Jenner, Village People....hmmmm) Disco 9000, (strange, but neither Wikipedia or Rotten Tomatoes bothered to cover this film), The Bitch (Joan Collins, written by her younger sister, Jackie Collins, and on the soundtrack are 20 songs, including by Gonzalez, Blondie, and Leo Sayer), ABBA and The Stud (Joan Collins, and there were a lot more disco songs, including by Leo Sayer, Manfred Mann, KC and the Sunshine Band, Heatwave, etc.)
The Last Days of Disco in 1998, with Chloe Savigny. The soundtrack featured, Sister Sledge, Evelyn Champagne King, Alicia Bridges, Chic, and the O'Jays, with Love Train.
Here is Roy Orbison's Oh, Pretty Woman, not a disco song, as it came out in 1964, but the 1988 Black and White Night long version with Bruce Springsteen, Elvis Costello, Jackson Browne, Bonnie Rait and k.d. lang, was on PBS last night, and deserves a repeat here.
There is a future tropical cyclone loitering in the Indian Ocean, and I mention it because I know lots of people in Reunion and Mauritius.