All the hullabaloo surrounding Disney+'s Mulan seems to be finally coming to a standstill as the streamer's 'premier access' has now made Mulan available for purchasr with the appon Amazon Fire TV and Fire Tablet devices.
The company mentioned this as a result of an eleventh-hour deal. No details were released about the pact, but it closes an important gap in terms of enabling payments for Disney+ viewers. Mulan is available as a $30 premium title for subscribers to Disney+, a new twist on the film release model prompted by COVID-19.
The big-budget remake of Disney’s 1998 animated feature had been slated for theatrical release on March 27. It is out today via Disney+ in territories where the service is available; elsewhere it will get a theatrical run, and on December 4 it will become available at no charge to all Disney+ subscribers.
Roku, Apple and Google had previously been confirmed as in-app payment partners. That means viewers interested in seeing Mulan do not have to go to disneyplus.com to make the purchase, a clunky experience.
The pattern for Mulan in terms of Amazon Fire availability mirrors the period around the launch of Disney+ last November. Less than a week before the November 12 arrival of Disney+ in the U.S., Amazon and Disney reached a deal.
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