After several push backs from theater release due to COVID-19, the live action Mulan film we’ve all been eager to watch is being released on Disney+! There is however a fee on top of the membership cost that you can expect to pay to view the movie.
As shared by TheVerge, Disney’s live-action adaptation of Mulan will be released on Disney Plus on September 4th for $29.99.
Disney executives walked through the new plan for Mulan’s release during an earnings call with analysts on August 4. The $30 fee will be on top of the $6.99 subscriber fee for Disney Plus customers. Chapek also made it seem like non-subscribers can pay $30 for the film as well, but The Verge has emailed Disney to confirm.
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“We thought it was important to find alternative ways to bring [Mulan] in a timely manner,” Disney CEO Bob Chapek said. In countries where Disney Plus is not available, Disney is releasing Mulan in theaters on the same date.
Mulan has faced a bumpy road. The film was originally supposed to be released on March 27th, got pushed to July 24th, and was delayed again to August 21st. Having Mulan on Disney Plus should help Disney a little, but whether it performs the way Disney needs it to remains unclear.
Anyone else planning to stream Mulan on September 4?