Throughout the last couple of years, Disney has excelled in the world of cinema. From the impeccable works of animation to the heartwarming and nostalgic live-action adaptations, Disney has been a pioneer in today’s society. A weakness, however is the constant urge of making money and although that is a strong desire for any business, this specific need can damage a reputation and ruin a love for a franchise. Mulan is the perfect example. Entering 2020, Mulan was one of the most anticipated films of the year; pulling longtime fans of the franchise and pushing new norms of diversity representation. Although I, personally wasn’t the most excited for this film, I still wanted to see how the film would turn out. Thanks to Disney+ and the unfortunate cause of events due to the COVID-19 outbreak, fans still have a chance of seeing this movie. The catch? Disney+ decided to push an additional cost of $29.99 through Premium Access before its released for everyone in December. This is a smart way of pushing a movie to come out with the absence of theaters and it would also introduce a new way of streaming in the competing field of television.
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