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In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, Mulan’s live-action, originally expected to open in theaters in late March, needed to be postponed to July 24. With the date still two months away, anxious fans were recently startled by the information that the film is already scheduled to arrive at Disney +.
The news was given by official social networks of Disney +, Disney’s streaming platform.
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“The film will be available for murderers and, on October 27, 2020, approximately.”, Reveals Disney + official help Twitter.
The novelty, however, has shocked some fans by raising theories that Mulan’s live-action film debut was canceled and now the film will premiere directly in streaming.
No official Disney statement has yet been released regarding the new rumors, but a few days ago
Bob Chapek, the new Disney CEO, said in his first televised interview that the film will not be postponed again and its theatrical release date is still scheduled for July 24.
Considering that film productions take about 3 months to reach streaming, giving the film the possibility of acquiring good results at the box office with the sale of tickets, the forecast for the release of Mulan at Disney + continues as expected for a theatrical debut at the end of July.
In the meantime, read more about Mulan’s live-action at Cinema10.