‘Mulan’ Moves To Disney+ / September Release Set

Published: Tuesday 4th Aug 2020 by Sam

‘Mulan’ is back on the release schedule – with a twist.

The global health crisis saw the live-action film first moved from March to August and then removed from the calendar amidst uncertainties surrounding the re-opening of theaters.

Now, new roll-out plans have been unveiled.

Details below…

Disney have announced that the blockbuster will now be arriving on Disney+ on September 4th.

On a press call moments ago, Disney CEO Bob Chepak highlighted the  to find new avenues of distribution during the pandemic. He said:

“We thought it was important to find alternative ways to bring [Mulan] in a timely manner

[Therefore] In the U.S., Canada, New Zealand, and number of countries, we will be offering on Disney+, the epic Mulan on a premiere access beginning Sept. 24, the price point being $29.99 in the U.S.”

It will, however, show on the big screen in regions where Disney+ is not available and theaters are re-opened en masse.


Having enjoyed ample success by moving the cinema-bound ‘Hamilton’ to Disney+, this seems like a smart move.

The premium price-point (which hasn’t been a feature of any release on the streamer since its launch) may surprise some. But when considering that the film cost a whopping $200 million, ROI is no doubt a top priority. As well as, of course, building their fast-growing subscriber base.

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  1. Ms Ling Ling 👄The Massage Queen💄 August 4, 2020

    Dunno dun care. I will watch it if Jackie Chan doing mulan like he dressed up as chun li and still hotter than Nicki 😂🤣😂🤣 https://i.gifer.com/3WpW.gif

  2. Charli+Cheer+Up August 4, 2020

    Good decision. They kept postponing due to the C******* pandemic. A shame we won’t see it in cinemas but its better than nothing.

  3. Ropeburn August 4, 2020

    They crazy as hell if they think I’m about to dish out $30 ON TOP OF my subscription for a remake of a mid-tier Disney cartoon movie. I would say I’d wait for the DVD/Blu-ray but anybody who dealt with Disney in the 90’s knows they have no problem making you wait YEARS for the home video release.

  4. Darryl August 15, 2020

    Long term rental at a higher price than a movie purchase, contingent on maintaining an ongoing subscription? No thanks. Disney has confirmed that if you ever cancel your Disney+ subscription you’ll lose access to the movie, and reinstating your subscription in the future will NOT reinstate your access to Mulan. I really don’t like the coupling. Hopefully the blu-ray release will be reasonably soon.

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