Disney prepares to reveal more about its streaming plans post-‘Mulan’

Disney prepares to reveal more about its streaming plans post-‘Mulan’




According to the NYT, following earlier rumors, Disney will continue to have multiple approaches, with some films taking the Mulan approach, and others like Peter Pan & Wendy making their debut on streaming without any additional cost. Meanwhile other flicks, like the MCU’s Black Widow movie, will apparently stick to the traditional theatrical window, despite COVID-19-related hurdles. Oh, and we can look forward to a “significant” expansion of the Star Wars universe (I assume that means Baby Yoda / Grogu is getting his own trilogy), more MCU news, and of course updates on the company’s cable channels and other streaming options like Hotstar, ESPN+ and Hulu.


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