Disney Plus users need to pay $30 to watch Mulan and they’re not happy

The online streaming platform Disney Plus Hotstar will feature Mulan on September 4, 2020. Since the coronavirus pandemic has shut down the whole world, the theatres around the world are also locked up. So, the upcoming movies are broadcasted on online platforms. The Mulan will also one of the movies that will stream on Disney+ but there is a sought of twist in it. The movie will be available but the audience needs to pay $30 to watch the movie.


When is the movie releasing in Disney Plus Hotstar?


Mulan was first scheduled to release on March 27, 2020, but then it was shifted to further date to 24, July 2020. But the movie is pushed forward to August 21, 2020, and now finally the release date is set to be September 4, 2020.


Why is the movie available at $30 in Disney Plus Hotstar?

The chief executive of New Walt Disney Co. has revealed the reason for the same. He says,
“Mulan will stream on Disney+ on September 4 in areas where movie theatres remain closed over coronavirus concern.” The fee charged is not for one time use the subscribers can enjoy the big-budget live-action movie on Disney+. Also, the movie will release on the big screen in the regions where the theatres are open.

Even if one purchases a single ticket of movie it will cost around $9 in America excluding other expenses if a person will pay $30 then they can take unlimited fun and watch the movie n number of times. And if we see the charges included in making the movie, which is $200 million the charges charged are not much.

Why the movie is releasing on Disney Plus Hotstar?

According to the chief executive, they want to use the platform to broadcast movies worldwide. He says, “We see this as an opportunity to bring this incredible film to a broad audience currently unable to go to the movie theatres, while also further enhancing the value and attractiveness of a Disney+ subscription.”

He further added, “We thought it was important to find alternative ways to bring [Mulan] in a timely manner.”

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