April 23, 2021
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Disney CEO hints at plans for more PVOD releases on Disney+ in wake of ‘Mulan’ – Entertainment Weekly

The announcement last month that Pixar’s Soul would debut on Disney+ free for subscribers, without the $30 “premier access” price tag attached to Mulan, led to speculation that the live-action remake’s performance had been underwhelming. However, Disney CEO Bob Chapek claims this was not the case, and in fact hinted that more films could receive the premier access treatment in the near future.
“From a studio content standpoint, we were very pleased with the results of Mulan as a premier access title,”…

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