Disney Drops the First Full-Length Trailer for “Mulan”

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Disney recently released the new trailer for the live-action reboot of Mulan—and this is one princess who can seriously kick butt!

The remake of the now-iconic animated classic may not come out until next spring (Mar. 27), but we’re totally ready for this sneak peek into the soon-to-be blockbuster film.

Along with the full-length trailer, Disney also debuted the first poster for the film. The film, which stars Yifei Liu in the title role, follows the story of Mulan as she takes the place of her ailing father to serve in China’s Imperial Army.

Even though Disney dropped a teaser trailer last July, the new clip is the first full-length look we’ve gotten into the non-animated awesomeness. The new trailer also reveals some of the updated film’s score, including an instrumental version of the 1998 animated classic’s “Reflection.”

If you’re wondering just how different the 2020 version of Mulan is, you can expect some serious changes. At least, based on the new trailer and recent reports. Unlike the original, the live-action reboot isn’t a musical. It’s also rumored to include more than a few completely awe-inspiring martial arts sequences—specifically, ones drawn from the Chinese film genre Wuxia (which focuses on ancient Chinese martial arts heroes).

—Erica Loop

Featured photo: Walt Disney Studios via YouTube

 

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