Some of the scenes of the $200 million movie were filmed in Xinjiang, where widespread rights abuses against the region's Muslim population have been widely documented.
The “Mulan” remake first found itself entangled in political controversy after its main star, Liu Yifei, voiced support for the police crackdown on pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong last year.
Lie Yifei lends her voice to the legendary female Chinese warrior, “Mulan”.
But the latest furor exploded as soon as the credits stopped rolling after the movie began showing on the Disney+ channel last week.
Viewers spotted that Disney included "special thanks" to eight government entities in Xinjiang — including the public security bureau in Turpan, a city in eastern Xinjiang where multiple internment camps have been documented.
Another entity thanked was the Chinese Communist Party's propaganda department in Xinjiang.
The revelation has sparked renewed anger at a time of heightened scrutiny over Hollywood's willingness to bow to authoritarian China.