Hear, hear all of the Mulan fans, and get ready to get your minds blown away because Walt Disney Pictures has finally decided to date the Mulan’s live-action retelling to be on November 2nd, 2018. Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver the copyists for the sequel of “Jurassic Park” and “Avatar” have started working on rewriting the script.
The film has been set in production with Jason Reed joined to produce alongside Chris Bender and Jake Weiner.
The director of the ‘Mulan’ movie is yet to be decided. A worldwide throwing hunt will soon be in progress to locate the perfect Chinese performing artist for the part of Disney’s favorite character Mulan.
The studio’s decision to create a live-action for Mulan was backed up by the success of “Maleficent” and “Cinderella,” not to mention the anticipation for ‘Beauty and the Beast’ starring Emma Watson is considered to have reached the rooftop and is now a standout amongst the most foreseen motion pictures of 2017.
The classic musical ‘Mulan’ first came out in 1998 as an animated movie which highlighted the voices of Ming-Na Wen, Eddie Murphy, Miguel Ferrer, and BD Wong in the English variant, with Jackie Chan giving his voice to dub the movie in Chinese for the animated version. It earned $304 million around the world.
‘Mulan’, the American animated action-comedy–drama movie was directed by Tony Bancroft and Barry Cook and is based on the famous Chinese legendary warrior woman whose name was Hua Mulan. Mulan, who is the only daughter of an aged warrior in the Chinese army wanted to bring honor to her family for which she disguised herself as a man to enter the Chinese army and to take her father’s place. Assisted by her ex- family god, Mushu, she trains to become a skillful warrior to fight the war against the vicious Huns and to become China’s greatest heroines that ever lived.