This is the first film to be available for a premium on the service, and Disney CEO Bob Chapek is considering this a ‘one-off’ release rather than a new business model for the streaming platform. However, it could be an indication to what Disney will do for other big upcoming titles such as Black Widow - the first film in Marvel Phase 4.

Disney+ has re-homed other early releases such as Artemis Fowl and Hamilton, but neither of these cost anything extra to stream. However, seeing as Mulan has an alleged budget of $200+ million, it's not surprising that the company is pricing the film so high.

Mulan will be available to stream in all the countries that Disney+ is in. This includes the UK, US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, Germany, Italy and more. Countries who don’t have Disney+ will still be able to catch the film in cinemas - providing that their theatres are actually open during the pandemic.

If you want to watch Mulan, you can sign up for a Disney+ account for £5.99/$6.99 per month or £59.99/$69.99 per year. With the platform you’ll be able to watch the likes of The Mandalorian and Beyoncé’s new visual album Black is King.