The big day is here — the live action remake of Mulan has hit Disney Plus in Australia. To reminisce this childhood classic, here’s how you can get ‘Premier Access’ and be one of the first people to watch the film.
When is Mulan being released on Disney Plus?
Mulan was originally due to be released on 9 March but after many delay setbacks, it’s finally going to hit Disney+ screens today, 4 September at 5:30pm AEST.
How much will it cost to watch Mulan?
In case you weren’t already aware, you’ll need to pay to watch Mulan even if you’re an existing subscriber. Disney Plus is offering Premier Access to Aussie customers for a single additional fee of $34.99. The offer will be available until 2 November.
How to watch Mulan with Premier Access
If you’re keen to watch Mulan starting today 4 September, here’s what you need to know.
Mulan via Premier Access will be available to stream on the Disney+ website but you’ll need to subscribe to the service first. Alternatively you can use the app to watch it on the following supported devices:
- Android phones and tablets
- Apple iPhones and iPads
- Amazon Fire Tablet
- Android TV Devices
- LG WebOS Smart TVs
- Samsung Tizen Smart TVs
- Amazon FireTV
- Apple AirPlay
- Apple TV (4th Generation and later)
- Sony PlayStation 4
- Xbox One
- Vizio SmartCast TV
To avail the Premier Excess offer, go to the Mulan page. Once it’s released in Australia, you’ll see a button to buy the movie.
You’ll be able to watch Mulan whenever you want, as many times as you want as long as you’re an active Disney+ subscriber. You can sign up here.
If you don’t want to dish out the extra cash, Mulan will be available to all Disney+ subscribers on 4 December for no additional cost.
Get in the mood for Mulan with some music
Singer and songwriter Christina Aguilera recorded a new version of Reflection for the remake. Watch the video, sing along, and get in the mood to watch the film with a mountain of snacks.
This article has been updated with new information regarding the time of Mulan’s release in Australia.
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