The final trailer for Mulan is here ahead of Disney+ debut

Andrew Cummings
August 13, 2020

The film is also slated to hit theaters at an unspecified date. The genre of this movie excels in the department of action as well as drama.

Mulan lands on Disney+ on September 4 for a fee of $30. The unnamed song will be released on 28 August and Selena confirmed it over her social media handle by writing, "So SO excited to announce @ygofficialblink and I have a new song coming out August 28th!" and shared the link of the digital platform on which the song will be dropped. Walt Disney Pictures are the ones to produce this film.

Disney+ now has a Premier Access section on their Help Center website, however during the recent Q3 earnings call, they did note that the Mulan release is a one-off thing, and not meant to be the preferred method for new theatrical releases.

The move is made after further consideration of the company, while the pandemic is still a threat to human lives and may have a big impact when crowds are gathered during the reopening.

"Mulan" has been postponed several times this year due to the concern of ongoing COVID-19. They have chose to put the film on the company's Disney Plus streaming platform. Last week Disney declared it will air the movie, which stars Liu Yifei and is directed by Niki Caro, on its streaming service Disney Plus in most major territories from September 4. The movie is heading directly to Disney+ in countries where the service has already launched, including the USA and United Kingdom, on September 4. Among other actors in the movie are Donnie Yen, Jet Li, Jason Scott Lee, and many more.

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