Live-Action Mulan is releasing on Disney Plus Premier Access this September 4th. While cinemas are most likely to remain close, Disney is not stopping for any of that now.
Introducing the service with live-action Mulan on September 4th, the franchise vows to cover the $200 million budget through this new venture.
Disney CEO Bob Chapek was the one to reveal Mulan’s news coming on Disney Plus, but with a separate price attached to it.
Through Premier Access, subscribers get early access to Mulan from September 4th after you pay $29.99 for it. It will be available to you as long as you are an active Disney Plus subscriber.
Regular Disney+ subscribers will get the liberty to watch Mulan much later after it’s release on 4th of December. Which may be a question mark on the longevity of the “Premier Access” service.
Will there be more movies in Premier Access?
Chapek called the release a one-off, but that might not be the case after all.
New information came to light that Disney Plus may release more than one movie under the Premier Access tag. Though Disney Plus still has an official statement to release.
The Disney+ live agents themselves “guarantee…that Disney+ will offer more amazing movies” when talking about the new service specifically.
It is not yet sure whether it will be available with the Disney Bundle or not, but subscribers might have to pay additional cost. Just how you have to pay the full price if you want an Ad-free version of Hulu in your Disney Bundle.
The Walt Disney Company has yet to make an exclusive statement about it, but this might be the new norm. No new developments occur regarding the opening of cinema houses.
And you can’t just design a whole new look for only one release, no matter how anticipated it is.