'Mulan': A Beloved Disney Classic Reimagined As Martial Arts Epic : Pop Culture Happy Hour The biggest movie so far to be bumped from theaters to home viewing during the pandemic is Disney's Mulan. The live-action reimagining of the 1998 animated musical doesn't have songs or a cartoon dragon. But the story still finds young Mulan disguising herself as a man so she can fight in her father's place.

'Mulan': A Beloved Disney Classic Reimagined As Martial Arts Epic

'Mulan': A Beloved Disney Classic Reimagined As Martial Arts Epic

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Liu Yifei stars in the live-action reimagining of Disney's Mulan. Disney hide caption

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Liu Yifei stars in the live-action reimagining of Disney's Mulan.

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The biggest movie so far to be bumped from theaters to home viewing during the pandemic is Disney's Mulan. The live-action reimagining of the 1998 animated musical doesn't have songs or a cartoon dragon. But the story still finds young Mulan disguising herself as a man so she can fight in her father's place.

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