After a lot anticipation, Disney has dropped a teaser for “Mulan,” the live-action model of the Chinese language warrior epic premiering subsequent month on Disney+. The movie was migrated to the streaming platform after its theatrical launch was postponed indefinitely over coronavirus considerations.
Like its animated counterpart, the Niki Caro-directed film depicts a girl performed by Yifei Liu masquerading as a person to cease the Hun invasion of China when her father’s too infirm to combat. Nevertheless, from the appears of the trailer, the motion will likely be ratcheted as much as Himalayan heights.
The one-minute clip depicts Mulan kung fu-ing varied baddies a la “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” whereas off-screen villains paradoxically shade her for being a girl.
“I will bring honor to us all,” intones the titular character earlier than the display fades to black.
Regardless of Disney CEO Bob Chapek deeming “Mulan’s” Disney+ debut as a “one-off,” the corporate is probably going weighing the viability of premiering all new releases on the platform going ahead. The dry run comes simply because the studio recorded an eye-popping $5 billion loss in income because of the pandemic.
Disney+ premium subscribers should purchase “Mulan” for $29.99 beginning Sept. 4. The movie can also be slated to hit theaters at an unspecified date.