Good news for Disney+ users:
From today (December 4th), the live-action remake of Disney’s Mulan is no longer only available to watch for those who pay for additional Premier Access. Finder reports the film is now available on Disney+ as part of the normal library — meaning if you subscribe to the service, you’ll no longer need to use Premier Access or pay the extra $30 fee previously required to watch it.
After several pushbacks of the originally-planned theater release date in March of this year — most recently due to COVID-19-related shutdowns — Disney finally released Mulan in September. But, it was only available to Disney+ subscribers who would pay $30 on top of the streaming service’s monthly subscription fee.
The company’s decision to release the film so exclusively and at an additional cost struck a nerve with many who took to social media to publicly ridicule the company and its “absolutely outrageous rental fee” as out of touch.
Since the announcement of Mulan‘s removal from Premier Access, Twitter users have started mocking Disney once again, Comic Book reports.
The criticisms come after Warner Bros. just yesterday sent its 2021 movies slate to the HBO Max streaming service without any additional cost to subscribers. Holding nothing back in comparing the two streaming services to each other, Twitter users mocked Disney once again:
As AsAmNews reported in October, Mulan is also now available for purchase on Amazon Prime Video, FandangoNow, and other major digital retailers.
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