On June 26, The Walt Disney Company officially postponed the release of the live-action movie Mulan.
The movie was originally scheduled to come out in March of 2020.
The Walt Disney Company then pushed the film back to a July 24 movie theater release.
Now, the film is planned to come out even later in the year, tentatively scheduled for August 21.
Global events have caused many things to get pushed back recently, including many blockbuster films, such as Mulan from Disney, and even Christopher Nolan’s highly anticipated movie, Tenet.
Deadline gives a prediction for the movie release calendar for the rest of 2020:
What happens now is we’ll likely see the cinemas, such as AMC, shift their reopening schedule.
What was July 10 for the No. 1 circuit’s reopening will likely become July 31, with tiered reopenings occurring August 7 and August 12.
hear Cinemark is reopening 75 theaters next weekend and will rely, natch, on catalog product; that’s from a source, not one of the chain’s insiders.
For the most part, the majority of the nation’s exhibitors will be near a 4 1/2-month shutdown come July 31….Deadline
Watch the trailer for the live-action Mulan below.
That’s all we know at this time.
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