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‘Mulan’ is coming to Disney+ on September 4, for an additional price of $29.99

‘Mulan’ is coming to Disney+ on September 4, for an additional Price of $29.99

Richard Gall
by Richard Gall — 2 months ago in Entertainment < 1 min. read
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Those wondering whether The Walt Disney Company would eventually give up on a traditional theatrical release for “Mulan” now have their answer.

While the coronavirus pandemic prompted Disney to accelerate the streaming release of some movies like Pixar’s “Onward,” and to send certain lower-profile movies like “Artemis Fowl” straight to Disney+ until now the company has chosen to delay its bigger releases like “Mulan” and “Black Widow.” In fact, “Mulan” and Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet” were expected to be the first big movies in theaters whenever they reopened.

But with all the outbreak demonstrating no real signs of subsiding at the USA, also no obvious date for theatrical reopenings in key markets such as New York and California, Warner Bros. recently declared that”Tenet” doesn’t adhere to a classic theatrical release program, and rather will open globally this month prior to coming to pick North American cities on September 3.
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And through today’s earnings forecast, Disney CEO Bob Chapek stated that”Mulan” will start on Disney+ on September 4 as a”premiere accessibility” launch in”many Disney+ markets,” such as the USA and Canada, while also being released theatrically at”certain niches.”

It seems just like readers might need to pay an extra $29.99 for your movie, although Chapek did not provide any details regarding how this will operate.

In case”Mulan” is popular, and if it remains dangerous to start theaters in certain geographies, subsequently Disney could possibly follow a similar plan for”Black Widow” and other forthcoming movies.

During the chat, Chapek also said that as of yesterday, Disney+ has grown to more than 60.5 million paid subscribers.

Richard Gall

Richard is senior editor of The Next Tech. He studied International Communication Management at the Hague University of Applied Sciences.

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