How "Mulan" Will Be Different From All Of Disney's Live-Action Adaptations

Disney Studio President Gives Updates on Live Action ‘Mulan’ and ‘Aladdin’ Adaptations

Disney is now enjoying vast success with its live-action adaptations, including the brand new one the studio just released this weekend in Beauty and the Beast.

Another fan commented: "Be a Man from Mulan is the best Disney song of all time don't @ me".

To the dismay of Disney fans everywhere, the "Mulan" director just said the upcoming live-action remake might not include any songs!

But that "right now" qualifier doesn't really give me any ease, because I mean... it's not like they're creating new songs or anything.

"When Warners raced us on Jungle Book, we thought, Well, we're putting "Bare Necessities" in the movie because they can't". Instead, she describes it as "a big, girly martial arts epic".

For whatever reason, live-action remakes of classic movies are seeing a massive rise in popularity recently.

Disney has clearly struck gold with its line of live action reboots of its catalogue of animated movies. However, that was all fixed when Disney brought in Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver to do the rewrites.

What would be more moving is Mulan's brilliant performance of "Reflection".

The live action "Mulan" movie will focus more on action than singing.

As for Mulan, unlike Aladdin and Beauty and the Beast, the film isn't now planned as a musical adaptation, but a bit of a tougher, "fresh take on female empowerment" (that also has some appealing box office potential in the Chinese market). Mulan is now scheduled to arrive at your local multiplex with its muscular martial arts in tow on November 2, 2018. And I can't wait. She said, however, the financial muscle of Disney creates endless opportunities, "The budget and the location and the story [are] offering such scope to me for [an] incredible, muscular piece of girly martial arts extravaganza in China".

The much-loved 1998 animated film, based on the Chinese legend of Hua Mulan, included several musical numbers written by Matthew Wilder and David Zippel.

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