The public, finally, want to see the live-action remake of Mulan. But it will not be cheap. The film was originally to be released in March, but has been repeatedly delayed Disney hopes to overcome the worst of the crisis COVID-19. Many predictions (including this one) believe that Disney would have fallen as never expected to its streaming service with power, potentially profitable release, Disney +. But we live in desperate times, and it is clear that the theaters in major US markets are not open in the coming months significantly. So now Disney’s first studio release is a truly massive movie theater originally on a streaming platform. Families need a subscription Disney + ($6.99 per month) and having to pay for the $29.99 to see the movie when it falls in September 4. The film in theaters outside the United States debuts in countries where cinemas are open including China. In recent months, some studies have abandoned plans for a rollout theater and set lower-budget films like King of Staten Island and trolls (which costs $20 million): World Tour (which is a still substantial $90 million cost ) in streaming services for $20 for many, relatively steep $30 sounds in comparison. But Mulan will cost $200 million to make and it was probably one of the biggest grossers 2020. Disney CEO Bob Chapek said that his call Tuesday for a result that Disney’s “Mulan research as unique”, is not a new business model . But if the pandemic contributions and theaters are closed, it is difficult to imagine Studios on films survive indefinitely. In the end, they will need a source of income, and Disney now has the price possible for movies like No Time to Die and Wonder Woman have established in 1984 their study should opt for a release in streaming. This is bad news for movie theaters that are already financially in dire straits. Here’s how to make sense of novelty Mulan, and what they might mean for the future of film. $30 sounds outrageous. But the math makes sense the agreed back-of-the-napkin math do heavy price is actually quite reasonable. The average cost of a single movie ticket in America is $26.09 and that’s before parking and popcorn. $30 Charge to see a family of four, is a new big-budget film, an unlimited number of times from the comfort of your own home, relatively speaking, a bargain. And then there are its own internal Disney calculation. Mulan reportedly make about $200 million dollars cost. A recent non-scientific greatly, but still useful survey asked Variety, Twitter users how many people actually pay the $30 for the live-action film Mulan on her Disney + subscription. Yes, only 14.7% responded. That does not sound like a lot of people. But we say that about 15% of the 60 million subscribers’ s Dinsey + pay $30 each to watch Mulan. Disney large $270 million of these purchases only. In addition, sales of theater tickets in countries where cinemas are actually open. This is not just an Avengers: the victory of level Endgame for Disney, but the studio will pay for itself almost certainly his investment at a time when most studies bleeding money. Disney would really use this win now. The announcement of Disney Mulan debut + in most other bursts bombshell by Disney investors call in the shade: the lucrative Parks Division Company has a $3.5 billion hit started since the pandemic. Overall, revenue at Disney by more than 40% fell in the third quarter. And the future does not look rosy: Disney theme parks-the great gift of heaven, you either closed or with a very limited capacity. It is unclear if the park can welcome back safely big crowds. You need to find a short-term source of revenue somewhere. This could be a trial balloon for the future blockbuster streaming outputs studios like Disney are highly dependent on theatrical experience. Your franchise films from Avengers to Star Wars, expensive glasses are designed to be seen on the big screen opening weekend, which you do not do feel spoiler in the office on Monday morning or social media. With their most expensive films in streaming services the way, it would be less of an exciting event movie. Right now studios like Disney want to communicate to the public that movies like Mulan pays to have more value than a Netflix movie. It is not clear if consumers buy this topic. The cost is expected to produce $200 million for Mulan. six of Michael Bay metro has cost $150 million expected, but the action film was included with the price of a Netflix subscription. Netflix announced for the future even bigger budget films, including an action film starring Dwayne The Rock ‘Johnson and James Bond-like franchise with Chris Evans and Ryan Gosling by the directors of the Avengers: Endgame. Disney would argue that creates products on average better services like Netflix streaming, regardless of budget. But is the quality of Mulan pays much better than the quality of the six underground that is worth much more to see it? Consumers should take the opportunity to discover. E ‘unlikely that Disney built the module, which alone would users pay for a film in Disney’s Mulan + app afford. It ‘possible that films like Black Widow and soul, which should debut in theaters this year, a similar roll-out on the streaming platform can see them. Other studies to follow the example of Disney. At the beginning of the pandemic, it seemed ridiculous that film as Wonder Woman in 1984, there is not time to die or perhaps Dune go to a vane or VOD. But there is also a clear end date for theater closures in the United States. Tenet, of Hollywood, had the first movie opens his hopes of new American theater, will now release abroad in September and drive in movie theaters are available in a limited capacity in the United States to the relatively small number of which currently serve small audience, this does not exactly painted a bright picture for the future of American theater going experience. We can see the end of some of these films from our beds, and the cost will likely be determined by the success of Mulan. And ‘bad news for the decision of the Disney film Mulan in VOD release is by no means a blow to the cinemas that were forward selling tickets this film continue to look at the water, is relatively few places in 2020 or hit a massive sales to 2021. “Every exhibitor I contact with feels like this is a sucker punch in the stomach,” Doug Stone, president of box office analyst, told CNBC. Mulan The news comes on the heels of the announcement that Universal and AMC have reached an agreement last week, the Universal can move their films to the VOD 17 days, after they agreed to earlier ones in Premiere cinema, a period very shorter time 75 to 90 days ago. The earlier movies on streamers, in the end, the less incentive there is for the public to be, to leave their homes, even though the pandemic ends. Films were losing the main reason during the pandemic and even more lost.