disney's Live-Action adaptation of "Mulan" gets with the 4. September 2020 a new release date and will not be on the big screen, but directly on the Video-on-Demand platform Disney+. For this, subscribers need to pay the additional price of nearly 30 euros. The streaming service announced on 4. August 2020. (Read also: "Top Gun 2", "Avatar", "Star Wars" – Hollywood moves, many of the movie starts far to the rear)
Mulan: Corona-crisis in the United States, prevented the cinema Launch
The 200 million Euro expensive live-action adaptation of the new Zealand Director Niki Caro, based on the Disney animated film "Mulan" in 1998, has a bumpy road behind. Although the adventure fairy tale celebrated by the Chinese heroine Hua Mulan – played by the actress Liu Yifei – the beginning of March 2020 in the Hollywood Premiere, but then it was over with the official screenings. Only last month, Disney had removed the Film completely from his cinema calendar, and the regular publication of the blockbuster to the public indefinitely postponed.
The reason for this is Because of the Corona-crisis to remain in the U.S. furthermore, many cinemas closed, so there is simply no sense in doing, to bring the Film to the light houses. In countries where the strict Corona-restrictions no longer apply, could celebrate the Film in theaters, Premiere, Disney. More accurate, however, is not yet known. (Also interesting: Disney+ tips and Tricks for the new streaming service)
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The step from Disney to release the Film directly on the in-house streaming service, is hoping it could also bring benefits. The company is of the view that the release of the Action-could be epic to animate the user for signing up for a subscription and as a valuable test case to serve for the future: So you see now, how many of the customers are willing to pay for a originally as a cinema film imaginary strip of Extra money.
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In contrast to the rest of the content of Disney+ Mulan will not be directly available to customers. Users are in addition to the monthly subscription fee for the streaming service from 6.99 euros to 30 euros for the acquisition of the movie figures.
good news there are, however, still for all Disney Fans: the 27. August 2020 and the 5. November 2020 the release dates for the films "New Mutants" and "Black Widow" according to previous information. The success or failure of "Mulan" will be decisive for whether other blockbusters like “James Bond” or “Fast and Furious” could also be looking for the way out of the cinema straight into the Pay-per-View.Disney GQ entertainment
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