Disney + subscribers keen to watch the new live-action adaptation of Mulan When released, not everyone will pay the same amount to see it, as it has been confirmed that not all countries will offer the film at an additional cost.
It was announced in early August that Mulan, which was slated to hit theaters in March, will be available on Disney + after several release date delays caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, with an additional cost on top of monthly or annual subscription fees.
While American audiences expect to pay $ 29.99 to see the blockbuster and UK viewers will pay £ 19.99, Variety reported that subscribers in France will not have to pay any additional money at all and that the film will be available for viewing at no additional cost.
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However, this does mean that French fans will be waiting longer to see it, with Variety reporting that the film will not be released on September 4 there like in the UK and US, but will be available at an unspecified later date.
Other European countries like Spain and Italy will pay € 21.99, while in Australia the price is AUS $ 34.99 and in New Zealand it will cost NZ $ 39.99.
Disney CEO Bob Chapek previously confirmed that the price “will vary slightly” by country.
If you don’t have Disney +, you can watch Mulan by paying to view it through Apple, Google or Roku. In countries where the film is not available for streaming, it will be released in theaters.
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Le live-action Mulan received a wave of positive reviews after its premiere earlier this year, with one reviewer calling it “one of the best live-action adaptations of a Disney animated classic.”
The new film stars Liu Yifei as Mulan, a young woman who defies tradition and the law when she disguises herself as a man and joins the military to prevent her aging father from being called up.
Jet Li plays the Emperor of China while Donnie Yen plays Mulan’s mentor, Commander Tung and Yoson An, Mulan’s ally, Chen Honghui.
Mulan will be available on Disney + starting September 4 in the US and UK.
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