The live action of Disney’s Mulan is released on Blu-ray and DVD on November 10. This is also the first time the 1998 animated version has been available in 4K Ultra HD.
Disney’s adaptation of Mulan – one of the biggest streaming movies in 2020, is available on physical media on November 10. You will be able to get the movie on different platforms, namely DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD.
Disney’s Mulan 2020 DVD Release Date & Blu-ray and 4K UHD Details
Mulan 2020 is the adaptation of Disney’s 1998 classic of the same name, which was initially released in theaters on March 27th, 2020. However, after indefinite delays due to the Covid 19 pandemic, in September, Disney decided to make a surprising move to have Mulan exclusively premiere on its streaming service Disney +. For those who wanted to watch the movie, they had to pay $29.99, besides their $6.99 monthly fee. On October 6, Mulan was also announced to be available on other popular streaming service platforms like Amazon Prime Video and FandangoNOW. And now, the wait is over for people who want to get the movie on physical media like DVD or Blu-ray.
November 10 brings the audience the release of the live action Mulan on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K UHD. Also, this is the first time ever you have the chance to get the 1998 animated Mulan in 4K UHD as part of a two-movie collection. In the Blu-ray and 4K UHD version, you will have the opportunity to watch 6 deleted scenes, music videos and BTS (Behind the Scenes) of the movie. Besides, the animated movie’s 4K UHD and Blu- ray will bring you seven deleted scenes, music and of course, featurettes of the making of the film.
2020 Disney’s Mulan has to receive mixed reviews from the audience and movie critics for its historical inaccuracy and weak character development. However, it is undeniable that this is one of the best action movies of 2020, which is shown in its recent winning as “The Action Movie of 2020” in People’s Choice Awards. Because Disney + is not available everywhere and its monthly fee is not cheap at all, the release of the movie on various platforms is good news for those who are not Disney+ subscribers. This is also the opportunity for the fans of 1998 Disney’s classic Mulan to discover many other new things from the old animated movie in 4K UHD.