Action 'Mulan' remake gets its first official trailer

New Mulan trailer finally features much-loved song from original animation 	        	       How good does this film look

New Mulan trailer finally features much-loved song from original animation How good does this film look

Mulan is gearing up to fight.

Even though Disney dropped a teaser trailer last July, the new clip is the first full-length look we've gotten into the non-animated awesomeness.

There's been a lot of talk of Disney's upcoming live-action "Mulan" remake but at long last there's a trailer to feast your eyes on. Since Hua Zhou is too sick, Mulan takes his place and disguises herself from the Emperor and the rest of the army as Hua Jun, a man ready for battle.

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The action-packed trailer shows the lead up to Mulan's courageous decision, her training alongside the men in the army, and warnings of what will happen if her secret is discovered.

"It is an epic journey that will transform her into an honored warrior and earn her the respect of a grateful nation.and a proud father". At her side are members of the the Imperial Chinese Army - including performances by Donnie Yen, Jason Scott Lee, and Yoson An as Mulan's love interest.

However, much to diehard fans' chagrin, iconic songs such as "I'll Make a Man Out of You" won't be making an appearance, Variety reports. Speaking to Digital Spy about the new film, Tzi Ma, who plays Mulan's father, said: "I believe this live-action film is superior to the animation, very importantly because of the leadership". Unlike the original, the live-action reboot isn't a musical. The film, starring Yifei Liu as Mulan, is slated for a March 27, 2020, release in the USA and UK.

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