Disney+ has released the live action remake Mulan onto its platform, and the movie has sparked some queries about it.
The movie cost $200 million to make, and was scheduled to come out on March 27. However, this release was pushed back due to COVID-19.
Projections for its opening weekend in March were between $75 million and $85 million, with overall estimates for the global box office being $750 million.
Meanwhile, a key role people have noticed in the movie is The Emperor of China, played by Jet Li. Notably, he is seen as a wise ruler who orders troops to be mobilised in order to fight the Rouran army.
Jet Li is the stage name of Li Lianjie, a film actor, producer, retired Wushu champion and martial artist who was born in Beijing and is now a citizen of Singapore.
He has starred in movies such as Lethal Weapon 4, The Expendables films, The Forbidden Kingdom with Jackie Chan and as the villain in The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.
Mulan can be purchased as part of the Disney+ premium tier, called Premier Access. Priced at $29.99, this purchase will make the movie a permanent addition to streaming libraries.
Alternatively, those who don’t want to shell out can wait until December 4th, when the movie becomes available to watch for free on the Disney+ platform.