It did do relatively well https://screenrant.com/mulan-2020-movie-disney-plus-office-success-failure/
They didn't ask him, apparently. Guess the story doesn't involve Morpheus for some reason. Maybe he'll be in the next one...
I think the price for Mulan was too much. If there was a big uptake, that would have given them ideas. If that model is to work, then it needs to be cheaper. Like I said, given the choice, people will always choose the cinemas for the big budget movies. Cinemas will change but they won't die out.
I dont think Mulan did well at all on Disney+ as they are releasing the new Pixar movie Soul at no extra cost.
wonder if theres any official figures to how Mulan did? For HBO to do this, they must be confident of their numbers. I think for big budget movies, people will still go to the cinema. Im guessing if people ahve to pay an extra cost on top of their sub for the app, like D+ did with Mulan, then it will always be more expensive to stream than go to the cinema, not counting costs of food and drink of course. Im in favour as it gives people choice. Either pay under £10 for a ticket to the cinema, or pay £20+ for a home release but with the option of being able to have more than 1 person watching so swings and roundabouts I guess. Like I said, I think cinemas will become an experience, how it used to be with more emphasis on quality seating extra, better food etc. There will be a market for boutique smaller cinemas.