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Mulan will be the next big movie hitting Disney Plus, arriving with an extra $30 fee. Here's everything to know about Disney's streaming service.
Disney Plus, the hub for streaming almost everything Disney produces, has been an unrivaled hit among the wave of new services launched over the past year. Disney Plus streams shows and movies from Disney franchises, including Star Wars, Marvel and Pixar, and all the family-friendly movies and animation from Disney itself.
Disney revealed a surprising change to Disney Plus: After multiple delays, its 2020 live-action remake of Mulan will be released on Disney Plus on Sept. 4 as a $30 add-on to the regular subscription price.
How much does Disney Plus cost?
In the US, the Disney Plus service costs $7 a month, or $70 a year.
In Canada, Disney Plus is priced at C$9 a month, or C$90 per year.
In countries that are part of the euro zone, it is 7 euros, or 70 euros a year.
In the UK, it is £6 a month, or £60 a year.
In Australia, it's priced at AU$9 a month, or AU$90 per year, while New Zealand subscribers pay NZ$10 per month, or NZ$100 per year.
In India, Disney Plus Hotstar is priced at 299 Indian rupees a month, or 999 rupees a year.
In Japan, Disney Plus is 700 yen a month through an exclusive partnership with Japanese telecom company NTT Docomo.
In Norway, Disney Plus will cost 69 Norwegian kroner monthly or 689 kroner annually.
In Sweden, it will be 69 Swedish kronor a month or 689 kronor a year. And in Denmark, it will be 59 Danish kroner a month, or 589 kroner a year.
Where is Disney Plus available and when will it launch in new countries?
Disney Plus has launched in the US, Canada, the Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, India, the UK, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Austria, Switzerland, France and Japan.
Disney Plus Hotstar, the India version of the service, will launch in Indonesia on Sept. 5.
The service is planned to launch in eight more European countries on Sept. 15. The new markets will be Portugal, Belgium, Finland, Iceland, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden and Denmark.