Live-action film 'Mulan' gets theatrical release date in Malaysia, Sept 4

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  • Thursday, 06 Aug 2020

It's confirmed 'Mulan' will be released in Malaysia on Sept 4. Photo: Walt Disney Company

While Mulan will be bypassing cinemas in the United States and going straight to streaming service Disney Plus next month, Malaysians will get to see the much-anticipated film on the big screen.

The Walt Disney Company (Malaysia) has confirmed the live-action flick will open in cinemas here on Sept 4.

This news follows after recent announcement that Christopher Nolan's film Tenet will be opening at markets where cinemas are operational first. In Malaysia, Tenet arrives on Aug 27.

Besides these two big films, movie fans can also look forward to Bill & Ted Face The Music in our cinemas on Aug 28.

Mulan, starring Liu Yifei, is the live-action adaptation of the 1998 Disney animated film Mulan, but without any singing or talking dragon.

However, the basic premise remains the same. It tells of a young girl who disguises herself as a man to fight in the Chinese army in place of her old father.

The film features a number of big Asian names including Gong Li, Donnie Yen and Jet Li.

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