It looks like Disney's live-action Mulan movie will be showing in a US theater, after all. Well, part of it, at least.
Disney announced today that it will screen an extended sneak peek of Niki Caro's live-action adaptation of the 1998 animated film as part of the Walt Disney Presents attraction in Disney's Hollywood Studios at the Walt Disney World Resort. The previews will begin this Friday, August 21, and run "for a limited time."
Mulan was supposed to open across the country on March 27, but Disney postponed the release after the pandemic led states to close movie theaters. Earlier this month, Disney CEO Bob Chapek announced that Disney would not keep holding the film until the nation's theaters reopened but instead would premiere the film as an upsell to Disney+ subscribers, starting September 4.
The movie will screen in theaters in countries that do not have the Disney+ streaming service.
But if you are in the United States and really want to see Mulan on the big screen, get yourself to Walt Disney World and check out what you can there.Tweet
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