"Mulan" doesn't come to the cinema. If you want to see the film, you need a subscription for Disney + and the will to spend additional money.
The 1998 Disney cartoon "Mulan" got a real-life version that was originally scheduled to hit theaters at the end of March. The coronavirus pandemic thwarted these plans – and it was decided to release the film directly through Disney's streaming service. It is now clear how much "Mulan" will cost for Disney + customers in Germany.
From September 4th, subscribers to the streaming service can stream the film with the new VIP access. Customers can get this at "disneyplus.com" and via the Disney + apps at a price of 21.99 euros. If you have VIP access to "Mulan", you can watch the film as often as you like. It is not yet known when the strip will be shown on Disney + without access. A subscription to Disney + costs 6.99 euros per month or 69.99 euros per year.
This is what "Mulan" is all about
The Chinese actress Liu Yifei (33) plays the leading role in the production by director Niki Caro (53), which costs around 200 million dollars. The Chinese folk tale "Mulan" tells the story of a young woman who disguises herself as a man in ancient China and leads an army to war.