If you still feel like watching Disney’s latest live action movie, Mulan, but you don̵
Mulan was originally supposed to be released on the big screen. Because of the COVID-19 epidemic, Disney then decided to release it as a “Premier Access” film on its Disney + streaming service. Mulan will also be available as a regular title for free (with a Disney + subscription) on December 4th, so those in no rush can watch it.
Other films like Christopher Nolans principle and Marvels Black widow, had their theatrical releases affected by the pandemic and were decidedly delayed. Disney’s decision to put the highly anticipated live-action film on their service to see how many people would be willing to pay $ 30 for it (while signing up for the service or keeping their subscription).
Since the theaters are still largely closed for the time being, whether MulanVOD’s successful or failed journey is likely to influence the decision of other film studios to release their films for on-demand viewing. Many studios are hedging their bets by delaying the release of their films until theaters reopen nationwide whenever that is the case. Other films like Continue and Trolls World Tour I’ve already skipped the theater and went straight to a streaming service or video on demand.
For now, however, you can watch Mulan Pre-order at Disney + or elsewhere for $ 29.99 and watch on October 6th. And if you buy it elsewhere, you don’t have to have a Disney + subscription to keep it.
via The Verge