Mulan: live-action movie to release on Disney + after coronavirus delays


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Mulan will be released on Disney + after being delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.

The live-action film will be released on the streaming platform on September 24, in addition to being shown in select theaters in various markets, Deadline reported, citing Disney’s third-quarter earnings call on Tuesday.

Mulan Originally slated for release in March 2020.

It became one of many high profile films to be delayed as the coronavirus pandemic prompted theaters around the world to close.

Mulan will be available for an additional fee of $ 29.99 in the United States.

The news comes just days after Christopher Nolan’s announcement was announced Principe, another highly anticipated film delayed by the pandemic, is said to have a phased release.

Principe is now set for international release on August 26, including in the UK, before making its debut in select US theaters on September 3.

For more information on the delayed films and their new release dates, you can check out our list here.


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