Mulan had its debut date changed after the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, going from March to July, and even with the uncertainty of how production directed by Niki Caro will come out at the box office, Disney would be developing a sequel.
According to Full Circle Cinema, Disney is confident in the production and already develops a continuation with the producers Chris Bender, Jason Reed, and Jake Weiner, but Caro’s presence in the director’s chair is not certain. Another thing is about the story being told, but it is certain that it will not follow the continuation of the feature for TV, Mulan 2, launched in 2004.
Mulan’s first reactions claim that live-action is exciting and emotional!
This wave of live action Maleficent was the first to win a sequel, launched in 2019, the continuation of Aladdin is in the development stage and there are rumors of a continuation for The Lion King.
The acclaimed filmmaker Niki Caro brings the epic legend of the iconic Chinese warrior to life in Disney’s “Mulan”, in which a fearless young woman risks her own life for the love of her family and country to become one of the greatest warriors in all of China.
Lauren Hynek and Elizabeth Martin wrote the script.
In the cast we have the actors Yifei Liu, Yosan An, Donnie Yen, Chum Ehelepola, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Xana Tang, Jimmy Wong, Gong Li and Jet Li.
Mulan has debut accuracy for July 24.