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Mulan (2020)

Discussion in 'Movies' started by Jake Lipson, Nov 29, 2017.

  1. Jake Lipson

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    They are, but they're also still there, and many of them still represent the most accurate information we have about the film. I'm not admonishing anyone for posting, just pointing out that the thread is three pages deep now and does have a fair amount of valid discussion that one might benefit from going back and reading.

    Again, that's because of the timetable they are using. Disney is going to do their usual full promotional blitz -- when it's actually time for the movie to come out. I understand being excited for Mulan, but don't feel like the film is in any kind of trouble because they haven't been more forthcoming on news yet. It's not coming out for over a year

    You asked in one of your previous posts about the delay in the release date and if that meant they would add songs. I don't think the delay in the release date has anything to do with songs. They did not have the cast set, and they were not filming, in time to make the original release date, so they moved it back. That's not cause for alarm; it just means the film took longer to get ready than they were originally anticipating. If anything Disney should be applauded for not rushing an inferior product to make the release date.

    If Mulan is your childhood, that means you grew up in the '90s, so you probably also saw Aladdin, The Lion King, and Toy Story. All of those are getting new films next year, so go see those, and I promise Mulan will work itself out. By this time next year, we'll know a lot more about Mulan than we do now.
     
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    Ming-Na Wen (the speaking voice actress of Mulan in the animated film) is being honored as a Disney Legend at this year's D23 Expo in August.

    https://d23.com/2019-disney-legends/

    It would not surprise me at all if Disney also used the Expo to debut the first footage from the remake, as they did two years ago for The Lion King (although whether non-attendees will get to see it is an open question.)
     

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