Mulan will no longer be limited to Disney+ streaming customers, with the change starting today, as confirmed by Disney itself. Now, customers of various digital retailers can access the live-action version of the Disney classic film, as it was made available to other digital retailers, such as FandangoNow, Amazon, and Vudu on October 6 and can be purchased for $29.99.
The movie first debuted on Disney Plus on September 4th, where it was launched as a premier access title, meaning that subscribers to the streaming service could pay $30 to purchase the movie; but, to retain the film, buyers would have to maintain their subscription to Disney Plus at a monthly fee of $6.99.
Disney decided to make the live-action version of their popular animated film available to purchase by anyone and on any streaming service in multiple versions, including HD, SD, and 4K UHD. Initially, Mulan was supposed to be a theatrical release on Disney Plus, but the release of the film came at a vital time for the company, as they were hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic, and offering the film on other streaming services proved to be beneficial for their earnings, as per previous reports on the matter.
A note: As a kid I spent most of my hospital days with comics, and I continued reading them as I grew older (this is why I also opened up the tag what to read). Hopefully I’ll cover more of both MCU News and DC Comics News in the upcoming months, until then be sure to check out the tech news section.