“Mulan” to be Made Available to all Disney+ Subscribers in the UK Starting December 4

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“Mulan” to be Made Available to all Disney+ Subscribers in the UK Starting December 4

Disney’s live-action Mulan will be coming to all United Kingdom Disney+ subscribers beginning December 4th.

In a post from @ED92 on Twitter, we can see a screenshot of the Mulan Disney+ page, where it reads, “watch before its release to all Disney+ subscribers on December 4, 2020.”

Up until now, we were under the impression that in order to watch Mulan subscribers would have to purchase the title under Premier Access when the movie released on September 4th.

Recently, international pricing for the film went live, wherein most markets the movie will cost $26 on Premier Access, and be free to watch in France, although at a later date.

For all of our United Kingdom friends, will you be watching Mulan when it releases, or wait until it’s available to all subscribers? Sound off in the comments below.

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  • Alicia

    Growing up a native Floridian, I've been visiting the parks since I was three months old. I love all things Winnie the Pooh, Hidden Mickey hunting, and dole whips. Questions or comments? Email me at alicia@wdwnt.com or find me on Instagram @aliciaj_13

4 thoughts on ““Mulan” to be Made Available to all Disney+ Subscribers in the UK Starting December 4”

  1. Definitely wait for general release. Im not paying their inflated prices that are almost triple what I could pay for a standard seat at my local cinema.

  2. I will just wait. Sets a risky precedent when subscription services start charging a premium to watch something. Understand Disney need their money but should be released on other services as a premium rental.

  3. Wait is that £20 to rent the movie thats wild i think Disney have underestimate how little money people have with covid-19 slashing the wallets of people

  4. Good news I was not going to pay £25 for a rental of a movie when the blu ray will be half that money.
    Still hoping it will be in cinemas though

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