Of late, the film Mulan has made good headlines in the media. After all, it remains the promising venture of Disney. The company is back in the news by announcing the release date of the film. As per Disney Plus, the film is all set to release on 4th September. It has fallen in the new category of content as described as the premium service via the subscribers who are all set to view the film via the streaming media using the new VOD option as given by the digital company.
With this, the film gets a limited global theatrical distribution as well. This remains the key catch of the film. The film will be opened in a limited market in the coming month specifically nations without Disney Plus and where the film theatres are open for business. The studio will then take the advantage of cinematic release as well where it will not remain accessible directly to the customers. As per the Mulan, they will now be available in home with the home to Disney+ subscribers for an additional fee.
Mulan happens to be a live-action remake of an animated movie, which is regarded as the first major film to be hampered with the COVID 19 outbreak. The film was earlier slated to release on 27th March and later the date was pushed to 27th March, however, the film was later pushed to July, and then late August. Now, we hear that the increase in the COVID 19 cases in the US, the company has finally come out with a new release date, which is on 4th September. The film happens to be a 200 million USD venture. Stay tuned to know more about the film and others only with us.