Mulan gets a new poster ahead of next week's Disney+ premiere

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She released a music video for the song earlier this month.

Since the film's theatrical debut was delayed indefinitely, the option to watch the movie with Premier Access has been a bit controversial. In small, the film life on the assistance, and you can check out it as typically as you want as very long as you might be a Disney+ subscriber.

Though the film premieres on September 4, you won't gain access to stream the new movie simply by being a Disney+ member.

So releasing "Mulan" on Disney+ fairly than delaying the film nonetheless all over again is not just a economical choice. Disney fans will also need an active Disney Plus subscription.

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The unprecedented decision - described by CEO Bob Chapek as a "one-off" for a Disney blockbuster - is the latest major blow for movie theater chains already reeling from the pandemic.

Mulan arriving on Disney+ in December would be a slight change of pace for the window between a film's initial release and its arrival on Disney+. We'll just have to wait and see how this plays out. Earlier this year, Universal announced that "Trolls World Tour" earned almost $100 million in rental fees domestically over three weeks for its digital release in April.

Before the film's debut on Disney+ next week, though, you can catch a sneak peek of the film in Disney's Hollywood Studios (which totally made us emotional)! Beyond that, however, it's hard to say what impact the film's digital release will have on the business.

Everything else is included for free with your membership, such as all the Star Wars films, Disney Channel shows and original movies, a bevy of animated Disney classics, and so much more. "I don't think consumers have to suddenly start worrying about a number of titles on their streaming services requiring an additional fee".

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