DISNEY's Live-Action MULAN Reboot Is Reported To Have A Massive Production Scale And A $290 Million Budget

DISNEY's Live-Action MULAN Reboot Is Reported To Have A Massive Production Scale And A $290 Million Budget

Disney is pulling out all the stops on their live-action adaptation of MULAN with a new report indicating the film will have a whopping $290 million budget. Check it out...

While Disney's live-action Mulan film has had more than a few bumps along the road, including the recent revelation that fan-favourite character and apparent bisexual icon Li Shang won't be appearing in the adaptation, if a recent report from Pursue News is to be believed fans still have a lot to look forward to with the upcoming film.

Sources close to the site have revealed that the film which is to be helmed by The Zookeeper's Wife director Niki Caro, will have a budget of $290 million dollars. This will make Caro the third woman to direct a movie budgeted at over $100 million after Wonder Woman's Patty Jenkins and A Wrinkle In Time director Ava DuVernay.

According to the report, the budget is to accommodate the size and quality of the film's production design, with the sets being described as "massive" and on "an unprecedented scale". The report also reveals that the team responsible for the sets on last year's Thor: Ragnarok will be working on the film.

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes scribes Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver have rewritten the film which will see Liu Yifei as the titular character, with a supporting cast that includes Donnie Yen, Jet Li, and Gong Li.

Mulan is scheduled for release on 27th March 2020.

 

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