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But, there’s a catch – Disney+ subscribers will have to pay an additional $29.99 to watch the movie.

If you’ve been following the much-anticipated remake of Disney’s Mulan, you’ll know that the release date has been pushed back several times.
In what was meant to be one of the major theatrical releases of the year, the film was initially set to premiere on March 27, before being rescheduled to July 24, then August 21, amid growing concerns of the coronavirus pandemic.
But today, Disney announced that Mulan will skip the cinemas and instead be released on Disney+ on September 4.

Although that’s exciting news, there is a slight catch – viewers will have to pay an additional $USD29.99 on top of the streaming service’s monthly fees to watch the movie.


According to Variety, in markets where Disney+ isn’t available, Mulan will play in select cinemas.

With such a premium rental price, it’s no surprise that many people weren’t a huge fan of Disney’s announcement.

“Disney’s Mulan Live Action Remake will stream on Disney+, forgoing movie theaters” Internet: Oh, ok then “You must also pay 30 dollars to see it along with having Disney+’s 6.99 subscription” Internet:

thirty dollars for a rental that requires a streaming service you must already be subscribed to… congratulations to Mulan for being the first blockbuster to premiere on 123movies

But, in saying that, I’m sure there are still a bunch of fans out there who are beyond excited that this movie finally has a solid premiere date.