Just after a great deal anticipation, Disney has dropped a teaser for “Mulan,” the reside-action version of the Chinese warrior epic premiering up coming month on Disney+. The film was migrated to the streaming system after its theatrical release was postponed indefinitely about coronavirus worries.
Like its animated counterpart, the Niki Caro-directed motion picture depicts a girl played by Yifei Liu masquerading as a man to prevent the Hun invasion of China when her father’s far too infirm to fight. Nonetheless, from the looks of the trailer, the action will be ratcheted up to Himalayan heights.
The just one-minute clip depicts Mulan kung fu-ing different baddies a la “Crouching Tiger, Concealed Dragon” though off-monitor villains paradoxically shade her for becoming a woman.
“I will bring honor to us all,” intones the titular character ahead of the display screen fades to black.
Inspite of Disney CEO Bob Chapek deeming “Mulan’s” Disney+ debut as a “one-off,” the firm is likely weighing the viability of premiering all new releases on the system likely ahead. The dry run arrives just as the studio recorded an eye-popping $5 billion loss in revenue owing to the pandemic.
Disney+ high quality subscribers can buy “Mulan” for $29.99 beginning Sept. 4. The movie is also slated to hit theaters at an unspecified day.
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