Disney is developing the live-action remake of unsuccessful Direct-to-home video animated movie Mulan 2.
Disney Pictures have come up with a new strategy to mint money at the box-office. The strategy is simple, and so far, it is fetching favorable results. Disney is making live-action remakes of its popular animated films.
It started with Jungle Book in 2016, followed by Aladdin in May 2019 and The Lion King in July 2019. However, this strategy is no longer feasible because Disney is running out of hit animated movies to remake.
It seems that Disney has found an elixir to this, which is nothing but expand the existing universe of live-action films. This is sort of confirmed as Disney announced Aladdin 2. Moreover, Rumors of live Bambi movie is ripe.
What is Happening?
Currently, Disney is busy promoting their new flick Mulan, a live-action remake of the hit 1998 animated movie. Mulan is the story about a girl who disguises herself as a man and joins the Imperial Chinese Army in place of her ailing father. Mulan faces a challenge at every step of the way and she must harness her innermost strength to embrace her true potential.
Cast includes Liu Yifei as Hua Mulan, the lead protagonist, Donnie Yen as Commander Tung, Jason Scott Lee as Bori Khan, Tzi Ma as Hua Zhou, and Jet Li as The Emperor of China.
Nicki Caro will be directing the film. Unlike other live-action remakes, Mulan’s live-action remake will not include the songs. Critics are fans who are impressed with the trailer. Fans are looking forward to watching the film.
What will happen in Mulan 2?
Details about Mulan 2 are not available yet because its production is directly dependent on performance Mulan at the Box Office.
Mulan will hit the theatres in the United States of America on 27 March 2020.