The Mulan movie will be free to Disney Plus subscribers.

Next week Mulan opens in Spain but it will do so directly on VOD

Starting next September 4, Mulan will be released through the Disney Plus platform, at a cost of $ 30 extra.

Disney has announced that Mulan opens in some countries on September 4 to
through Premium access to its Disney + streaming platform.

The film can be viewed by all existing Disney + subscribers by obtaining Premium access to Mulan for a one-time additional fee of € 21.99, which is paid directly at DisneyPlus.com.

Once subscribers have Premium access to Mulan, they can watch the content as many times as they want on any platform and device where Disney + is available. For a full list of compatible devices, visit this link.

Premium access to Mulan is not a movie purchase or traditional rental. Disney + subscribers who pay for Premium access to Mulan can watch as many times as they want as long as they have an active Disney + subscription.

This announcement ignited controversy among the subscribers of said platform, since it would be the first premium movie so far, however, it will be free from December 4.

Mulan’s film, which has gone through different setbacks during its filming and publicity, was scheduled to be released in March 2020, but due to the pandemic it was postponed first until July 24, then for the second time to August 21 and it will eventually air directly on Disney Plus.

It should be noted that in countries where this service is not yet available, as is the case in all of Latin America, the production will be shown in cinemas, but no date has yet been confirmed by Disney Mexico.

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