Disney’s live-action Mulan will be available for purchase on major digital retailers, including Amazon Prime Video, FandangoNow, and Vudu, starting October 6, reports The Verge.
The film is currently available for pre-order on these sites for $29.99.
Mulan, which was initially intended for a threatrical release, premiered on September 4 as a “Premier Access” title on Disney Plus. Subscribers could purchase the film for $30 on top of the streaming service’s subscription fee of $6.99 a month.
The film will also be available to stream for all Disney Plus subscribers at no additional cost beginning December 4.
According to Insider, the new digital release will include multiple bonus features. Viewers will have access to six deleted scenes, behind-the-scenes featurettes, and music videos.
Featurettes include behind-the-scenes footage of Liu Yifei’s audition screen test, Jason Scott Lee and Gong Li’s training for the film, and Ming-Na Wen’s reflection on her role in the original animated film and her cameo in the live-action adaptation.
These features are exclusive to the new release and will not be available to those who already purchased the film on Disney Plus.
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