Mulan: the live-action the film will be Disney's most expensive
Continuing the tradition started for years now, Disney has decided to revive one of his masterpieces, animated, Mulan, and adapted into a new live-action. And, to do so, will make available a production budget monste, according to reports Gavin Feng: according to the expert of the cinema and Box Office, the chinese actress Gong Li (who will play one of the bad guys of the film) is revealed as Mulan the film will be Disney's most expensive, with over $ 300 million available for its implementation. Given the events of a narrative of history, the funds allocated are more than justified.
Chinese actress Li Gong claimed that Disney's live-action film Mulan has the biggest budget ever for the studio with $300 million-plus. #Mulan
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This is the first synopsis of diffusion:
“Mulan is the epic adventure of a courageous young woman, who disguises herself as a man to fight the invaders of the north that will attack China. Eldest daughter of a respected warrior, Hua Mulan is awake, lively and determined, and when the Emperor issues a decree that obliges at least one man per family to serve in the imperial army, it answers the call, taking the place of her ailing father. With the name of Hua Jun, will become one of the greatest warriors of the chinese.”
The film, directed by Niki Caro, will be in the cast chinese actress Liu Yifei (Mulan), the chinese superstar Donnie Yen (captain Tung, a new character, does not exist in the animated version, and mentor of the protagonist), Jet Li (Emperor of China), Gong Li (a powerful, evil witch), and Xana Tang (sister of Mulan, another character exclusive to the live-action) and Yoson An (Chen Honghui, an ambitious military Commander Tung, who will become an ally of Mulan before evolving in its interest is sentimental). As announced, the shooting has officially begun and will take place in various locations of New Zealand, and China.
Currently, the theatrical release is set for 2020.
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