Disney’s live-action remake of Mulan was originally set for a theatrical release back in March of this year. However, due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was repeatedly delayed – and is now launching exclusively on Disney Plus this September 4th. It will still be available theatrically in markets without access to Disney Plus.
To watch the new blockbuster, subscribers have to pay an additional cost. In the US, Mulan is priced at $29.99 – and worldwide at around $26.
If you don’t feel like paying more to watch the film, the good news is Mulan will eventually be available for no extra cost on Disney Plus.
Initially, it seemed that the film would be free to stream on December 4th after Disney reportedly included the date on Mulan’s Disney Plus preview page. This date has since been removed, however.
While we don’t know exactly when the film will stream free, it’s likely that it will be available sometime by mid-2021 if Disney follows its usual release pattern.
For now, the only way to be certain that you’ll see Mulan this year is by paying the extra price. It’s worth noting that Mulan isn’t a rental, either, so you’ll be able to keep the title permanently in your Disney Plus library.
Check out a Disney Plus subscription now if you’re planning on streaming Mulan this weekend. You’ll also be able to enjoy Disney’s massive entertainment catalogue, including the Marvel Cinematic Universe, classic movies like Beauty and the Beast, and recent releases like Frozen 2.