Mulan is finally set to release on Disney Plus. What can we expect from Mulan? What are the recent updates? Here’s everything we know about Mulan.
Mulan: Release Date
Disney announced Tuesday that the remake of the 1998 animated classic would move to the company’s new Disney + streaming service, for an additional fee of $ 29.99.Disney’s “Mulan” has been delayed multiple times due to a coronavirus outbreak this year, but viewers will eventually see box office hits soon.
The movie will release on September 4. The company reported that it incurred a net loss of approximately $ 5 billion in the third quarter of this year. The film has been delayed multiple times in recent months. It recently premiered on August 21 but was removed from the calendar in late July.
The new version of the 1988 remake will follow popular Chinese folklore about Mulan, a young warrior who masquerades as a man. The remake is believed to follow the legend a little more closely, to begin with, it has a witch. In the original movie, when Mulan realizes that her wounded father must be called up to the army to fight the Hun invaders, a mission in which her father will not survive so she disguises herself as a man and fights in place of his father.
But Mulan does not realize that her ancestors know her plan and orders a little dragon, Mushu, to cast her out. Mushu agrees, but when she meets Mulan, it soon becomes clear that she will not give up on her plan, so in the end, the little dragon decides to support her on her dangerous journey.
- Liu Yifei as Mulan,
- Donnie Yen as Commander Tung,
- Jason Scott Lee as Bori Khan,
- Yoson An as Chen Honghui,
- Gong Li as Xian Lang,
- Jet Li as The Emperor of China
- Tzi Ma as Hua Zhou,
- Rosalind Chao as Hua Li,
- Xana Tang as Hua Xiu,
- Ron Yuan as Sergeant Qiang,
- Jimmy Wong as Ling