It’s already a known fact that Disney is compensating for the financial situation they put themselves in with Mulan thanks to COVID-19 closing down most of the theaters. In that regard, it’s launching the film to its premium streaming service, Disney Plus, for an extra fee before it launches to the rest of the subscribers.
Some weren’t completely sure how they’d keep everything straight as Mulan plans for a September 4 launch to the streaming service. As it turns out, Disney will allow anyone with a subscription to a sub-section of the streamer unlimited access to the film provided they’re an active subscriber.
Watch the final trailer for Disney’s live-action Mulan:
What little info we have this point can be found on Disney Plus’ help page. It isn’t clear if Premier Access is going to keep a sense of relevancy after the launch of Mulan and the undisclosed extra fee period.
Thanks to the outbreak that’s plagued this year, many theaters have closed down or seen a significant drop in attendance. You can get unlimited access to the film for the one-time $29.99 fee on top of your Disney Plus subscription. The live-action Mulan launches to Disney Plus on September 4.