The Disney villain prequel Cruella kicked off the summer movie season when it first premiered in May, but you might be wondering when it’ll be available to all Disney+ subscribers.
Cruella was initially released in theaters and on Disney+ Premier Access. Back in Sept. 2020, Disney+ introduced a new feature to its streaming service: Premier Access. The bonus feature allows subscribers to access brand-new, made-for-theaters movies on their first release dates, rather than having to wait several months for those movies to arrive on the “regular” part of the streaming platform. Premier Access costs $30 per title so far, which “unlocks” the movie for unlimited viewing from that point on.
The feature was introduced with Mulan (which originally was meant to be a theatrical release in March 2020) and has also been used for Raya and the Last Dragon. However, Cruella will finally be available to all Disney+ subscribers starting Friday, Aug. 27.
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