Director Niki Caro highlights 'Mulan' richness in a new behind-the-scenes video - 3Movierulz

copyrightDirector Niki Caro highlights 'Mulan' richness in a new behind-the-scenes video - 3Movierulz

Disney's latest real-action remake will arrive at Disney+ in the US. September 4 for $29.99. We will have to wait a little longer to know if in Indian it will be offered in cinemas or on the streaming platform.

Waiting to find out if Mulan will see the light in India on the big screen or through Disney+, the studio continues to promote the arrival of its latest real-action remake, led by Niki Caro, to its 'streaming' platform. It will do so on September 4 in exchange for $29.99 in territories such as the US. Canada, Australia and some countries in Europe. But what can we expect from her? You can check it out for yourself in a new behind-the-scenes report, where its director highlights the richness of Hua Mulan's history.

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Mulan will be seen in cinemas in China and other countries where Disney+ is not yet present and where the COVID-19 pandemic is under control. But it all points to the long with Yifei Liu, Gong Li, Donnie Yen, Jason Scott Lee, and Jet Li, among others, will skip the traditional display window this time in most markets due to special circumstances. The Indians cinemas have already expressed their displeasure in advance and, in the meantime, Disney has broadcast on the other side of the puddle a report with statements by Niki Caro. "Mulan's world is very rich. The costumes, the colors, the real landscapes. And for this film, we've brought together the most extraordinary cast."

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As the filmmaker comments, Donnie Yen's movements with the sword were as fast as her character, Commander Tung, who had to re-record the sequence in slow motion to find out exactly what she was doing. "It's extraordinary," he concludes.

If you liked Mulan, the 1998 Disney animated film directed by Tony Bancroft and Barry Cook, don't miss this version with flesh-and-blood performers. Look up his trailer!


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