Asian movie Mulan didn’t get the success she wanted at the box office this week
The re-shoot of the classic animation, published by Disney in 1998, using real actors, has not been able to reach the point the company wants at the box office for now.
The cinema sector, which experienced serious problems after the coronavirus pandemic, has recently started to revive. Films such as Tenet caused revitalization in the vision.
Disney also opened its new movie, Mulan, which could not be broadcast on the big screen, to watch on its own broadcast platform for a fee, and also released it in theaters in some regions. Still, the movie did not achieve the desired success.
Mulan, which is paid on the Disney + platform, in addition to the United Arab Emirates, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Russia, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Slovenia, Kuwait, Ukraine, Poland and China, has found a place on the silver screen, 6 million in non-US markets He was able to collect dollars.
Generally, comments from both critics and viewers were that the production was good, but not that great.
Additionally, the movie was not well received in China. After all, it was quite anticipated that the Chinese, whose number of foreign movies were very limited, did not want to watch more Chinese films. The risk Disney took here had negative consequences.
Summary and Details
In an age where women are thought to exist only to make her husband happy and have children, Mulan is not very happy with her options. When the Emperor of China makes a decision that a man of each family should serve in the Imperial Army to defend the country against Northern invaders, Hua Mulan, the eldest daughter of an honorable warrior, fears for the health of his sick father, instead joins the war by disguising himself as a man. Joining the army as a man named Hua Jun, Mulan embarks on a tough struggle where he must harness his strength and embrace his true potential at every step. The young woman, who stands out with her talent in the war, falls in love with her commander in this process. This is an epic journey that will turn him into an honorable warrior and earn the respect of a grateful nation and a proud father.
Even ‘Mulan’ star Yifei Liu with her version of Christina Aguilera in “Reflection Flare”
LOS ANGELES – The new “Mulan” has not only one version of the fan-beloved song “Reflection,” but two.
Christina Aguilera, whose power-ballad rendition of “Reflection” has become synonymous with the 1998 animated film, returns to belt a replacement version for the live-action “Mulan,” which hits screens March 27.
In addition to Aguilera, Yifei Liu, who stars because the movie’s heroine Mulan, sings a Mandarin “Reflection” with an orchestra that appears during the top credits after Aguilera’s version.
When asked about her song last week by USA TODAY, Liu wasn’t even aware her version made it into the movie, and was completely daunted by the prospect of sharing the screen with Aguilera’s signature .
“Was my song on the top credits? My Mandarin version?” Liu asked.
‘Mulan’ first look:See the new warrior princess from Disney’s live-action remake
MULAN Film Actors:
Yifei Liu … Mulan
Donnie Yen … Commander Tung
Li Gong … Xianniang
Jet Li … Emperor
Jason Scott Lee … Böri Khan
Yoson An … Honghui
Tzi Ma … Zhou
Rosalind Chao … Li
Pei-Pei Cheng … Matchmaker
Xana Tang … Xiu
Ron Yuan … Sergeant Qiang
Jun Yu … Cricket
Chen Tang … Yao
Doua Moua … Po
Jimmy Wong … Ling
Nelson Lee … Chancellor