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Mulan’s long-awaited live-action, originally expected to hit theaters on March 27 (the day before in Brazil), had its world premiere postponed due to the progress of the coronavirus pandemic and closed cinemas due to recommendations to stay at home and in social seclusion.
However, on Friday (03), the director of the feature, Niki Caro, went public to announce that the film has just won a new date for its cinematic debut.
On her personal Instagram, Niki Caro shares:
Photo: Instagram / Nikicaro
“Hello everyone. The words Loyal, Brave and True have never meant more to me than they do at this point, and I am very excited today to be able to announce that the new release date for our film is July 24, 2020. After being safe again to get together, sit together in a movie theater and share the experience of a great story, we will be there. And we can’t wait to share Mulan’s journey with you all. In all world. On big screens. “
As for the launch in Brazil, the official date has not yet been released by Disney, but is expected for July 23, following the custom of receiving feature films the day before, always on Thursdays.
Remember the trailer for Mulan below:
Read more about Mulan’s live-action at Cinema10.