Mulan: an explosive new trailer

Mulan: an explosive new trailer

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Attention Disney fans, a remake of the animated movie Mulan will soon arrive on our screens. We tell you all about it.

Directed by Niki Caro, Mulan, the movie, will soon be available on the Disney+ platform. Although the feature film was expected in theaters, its release has been cancelled on the big screen in the United States and in several countries, including France, due to the current health crisis. However, it will be possible to watch Mulan on Disney+ with a digital purchase of 30 USD.

Although a first trailer of the movie had been unveiled for its supposed theatrical release in March 2020, a second trailer has been created to announce the release of Mulan on September 4th on Disney+ for our greatest pleasure. The feature film already promises to be epic.

The movie will follow the adventures of a young woman, Hua Mulan (Liu Yifei) who decides to take the place of her father to go to war because he is sick. The heroine decides to pretend to be a man named Hua Jun. During her training to become a soldier in the imperial army, Mulan does her best to become a real warrior. Will Mulan, the only woman on the battlefield, win the war against the invaders from the North? The answer on September 4 on Disney +.

Liu Yifei (Hua Mulan), Yoson An (Chen Honghui), Gong Li (Xian Lang), Donnie Yen (commandant Tung), Jason Scott Lee (Bori Khan), Jimmy Wong (Ling), Doua Moua (Po), Utkarsh Ambudkar (Skath), Chum Ehelepola (Ramtish), Jet Li (Emperor) and Xana Tang (Hua Xiu) are part of the cast.

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