First Teaser Trailer for Disney's Mulan Live Action Film

Home > EntertainmentSource Disney'Mulan' Fans Have Mixed Feelings on Mushu Not Being in the Live Action Trailer By Mark Pygas22 hours ago

Home > EntertainmentSource Disney'Mulan' Fans Have Mixed Feelings on Mushu Not Being in the Live Action Trailer By Mark Pygas22 hours ago

Disney recently released the first teaser-trailer of the live-action remake of 1998 film "Mulan". This trailer showed off a sweeping adventure flick set in China's Han dynasty. It is directed by Niki Caro from a screenplay by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver and its cast comprises of Liu Yifei in the titular role alongside Donnie Yen, Jason Scott Lee, Yoson An, Gong Li and Jet Li.

"Mulan" tells the story of a young woman in ancient China who takes her father's place when the emperor requires each Chinese family to provide a male member in fighting the Hun invaders. This is not the first to get a live-action adaptation movie; there are many others like the Jungle Book, Beauty and the Beast, Dumbo, and Aladdin. For one, it won't be a musical - so no singing along with "I'll Make A Man Out of You" - and also, there's no Li Shang (Mulan's love interest has been replaced) or Mushu.

When all the attention seemed to be directed towards the upcoming release of Disney's live-action The Lion King, Disney threw a curveball with the announced casting of Halle Bailey as Ariel in a retelling of The Little Mermaid seemingly taking some its limelight.

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The user also added that the animated movie flopped and was criticized by Chinese moviegoers for "mocking" their culture, and continued to call out some people on how they wanted a talking dragon in the live-action.

"Mulan" will hit theaters around the globe in March 2020, according to Walt Disney Pictures, the film's production company.

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