The live-action remake of ‘Mulan’ has been postponed due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. Disney has announced that the movie will finally have a theatrical release on September 4. Anika Khan reports.
The movie will be available to stream on Disney Plus from September 4. The viewers will need to subscribe to Disney plus channel that requires a monthly subscription fee of US dollars $6.99. They will also need to pay a premium rental amount of $29.99 to have access to the screening of the movie.
The live-action of ‘Mulan’ has been originally scheduled to be released in March 2020. However, Disney officially decided to halt the large screening of the movie in Cinemas in July. The budget of the movie comes with a hefty budget of over $200 million.
The chief executive of Disney, Bob Chapek said that the move to take Mulan to the Streaming Giant like Disney Plus was not a part of a new business model. He said, “We’re looking at Mulan as a one-off as opposed to saying there’s some new business windowing model that we’re looking at.” He added that they want to learn from the numbers of transactions for future projects.
Two of Disney’s upcoming movies, ‘The New Mutants’ and ‘The Black Widow’ are set to release on August 28 and November 6 respectively. However, the releases are subject to change according to the government measures amid the pandemic situation.
Watch the official trailer of Disney’s ‘Mulan’ below. Let us know how excited you are about the movie!