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Mulan is a movie starring Yifei Liu, Donnie Yen, and Jet Li. A young Chinese maiden disguises herself as a male warrior in order to save her father. A live-action feature film based on Disney's 'Mulan.'. Adventure. directed by - Niki Caro. USA. Mulan Theatrical release poster Directed by Niki Caro Produced by Chris Bender Tendo Nagenda Jason Reed Jake Weiner Screenplay by Rick Jaffa Amanda Silver Lauren Hynek Elizabeth Martin Based on Disney's Mulan by Tony Bancroft Barry Cook Ballad of Mulan by Guo Maoqian Starring Liu Yifei Donnie Yen Jason Scott Lee Yoson An Gong Li Jet Li Music by Harry Gregson-Williams  Cinematography Mandy Walker Edited by David Coulson Production company Walt Disney Pictures Jason T. Reed Productions Good Fear Distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Release date March 27, 2020 (United States) Country United States Language English Budget $290–300 million   Mulan is an upcoming 2020 American epic fantasy war drama film directed by Niki Caro, with the screenplay by Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver, Lauren Hynek and Elizabeth Martin, and produced by Walt Disney Pictures. The film is based on the Chinese folklore “The Ballad of Mulan ” and is a live action adaptation of Disney 's 1998 animated film of the same name. The film stars Liu Yifei as the eponymous character, alongside Donnie Yen, Jason Scott Lee, Yoson An, Gong Li, and Jet Li in supporting roles. Plans for a live-action Mulan remake began in 2010, but the project never came to fruition. In March 2015, a new attempt was announced and Caro was hired to direct in February 2017. Liu was cast in the title role in November 2017, following a casting call of 1, 000 actresses, and the rest of the cast joined over the following year. Filming began in August 2018 and lasted through November, taking place in New Zealand and China. Mulan is scheduled to be released in the United States on March 27, 2020. Premise [ edit] When the Emperor of China issues a decree that one man per family must serve in the Imperial Chinese Army to defend the country from Huns, Hua Mulan, the eldest daughter of an honored warrior, steps in to take the place of her ailing father. She is spirited, determined and quick on her feet. Disguised as a man by the name of Hua Jun, she is tested every step of the way and must harness her innermost strength and embrace her true potential. It is an epic journey that will transform her into an honored warrior and earn her the respect of a grateful nation…and a proud father. Cast [ edit] Liu Yifei as Hua Mulan, the eldest daughter of Hua Zhou who defies both tradition and the law by disguising herself as a man in order to enlist herself in the Imperial Army in place of her ailing father  Donnie Yen as Commander Tung, the high ranking leader of the Imperial Army and a mentor to Mulan  Jason Scott Lee as Bori Khan, a Hun warrior leader intent on avenging his father's death.  Yoson An  as Chen Honghui, a confident and ambitious recruit who joins Commander Tung's unit, and becomes Mulan's ally and love interest.  Gong Li as Xian Lang,  a powerful witch with shapeshifting abilities and an ally of Bori Khan.  Jet Li as The Emperor of China, a wise benevolent ruler of China who orders the mobilization of troops via the conscription of one man from each household to fight the Hun army.  Tzi Ma as Hua Zhou, Mulan's father and a famed war veteran, who is now recalled to the Imperial Army despite his frail health.  Rosalind Chao as Hua Li, Mulan's mother and Zhou’s wife.  Xana Tang as Hua Xiu, Mulan's younger sister  Ron Yuan as Sergeant Qiang, the fiercely loyal second in command of the Imperial Regiment  Jimmy Wong as Ling, a recruit who joins Commander Tung's unit  Doua Moua as Chien-Po, a recruit who joins Commander Tung's unit  Chen Tang as Yao, a recruit who joins Commander Tung's unit  Nelson Lee as The Chancellor  Cheng Pei-pei  as The Matchmaker Utkarsh Ambudkar as Skatch, a con artist and friend of Ramtish  Chum Ehelepola as Ramtish, a con artist and friend of Skatch  Arka Das as Red Fez Jun Yu as the voice of Cri-Kee, Mulan's pet cricket.  Production [ edit] Development [ edit] Walt Disney Pictures expressed interest in a live-action adaptation of the 1998 animated film Mulan starring international star Zhang Ziyi, with Chuck Russell chosen as the director. The film was originally planned to start filming in October 2010, but was canceled.  On March 30, 2015, The Hollywood Reporter reported that Disney had restarted development of the live-action adaptation with Chris Bender and J. C. Spink producing, while Elizabeth Martin and Lauren Hynek would be writing the screenplay.  On October 4, 2016, it was announced that Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver would rewrite the script, combining the Chinese ballad and the 1998 animated film, while Jason Reed would be producing the film along with Chris Bender and Jake Weiner.  Casting [ edit] Liu Yifei will be playing Mulan in the remake. Since several recent Hollywood films were accused of whitewashing, Mulan has been under intense scrutiny since The Hollywood Reporter reported that Disney was making a live-action adaptation of Mulan. An online petition titled "Tell Disney You Don't Want A Whitewashed Mulan! " received more than 100, 000 signatures.  On October 4, 2016, Disney announced that a global search for a Chinese actress to portray the title role was underway.  A team of casting directors visited five continents and saw nearly 1, 000 candidates for the role with criteria that required credible martial arts skills, the ability to speak clear English, and star quality.  On November 29, 2017, Chinese-American actress Liu Yifei was cast in the film to portray the titular role of Mulan. Many celebrated this as a win for diversity in Disney films.  Further cast announcements for Donnie Yen, Gong Li, Jet Li, and Xana Tang were made in April 2018,   Utkarsh Ambudkar and Ron Yuan in May,  Yoson An and Chum Ehelepola in June,  Jason Scott Lee in July,  Tzi Ma, Rosalind Chao, Cheng Pei-Pei, Nelson Lee, Jimmy Wong and Doua Moua in August,   and Chen Tang in September.  Director [ edit] Disney originally sought an Asian director. Disney first considered Ang Lee, Taiwanese film director and two-time Academy Award winner for Best Director. The Hollywood Reporter mentioned that Lee was approached but declined on October 12, 2016.  According to the report, published on November 22, 2016, he said that he would like to see an Asian director leading the film, but he himself had to decline because he was still obliged to promote his film Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk.  Next, Disney met with Jiang Wen for the position; finally on February 14, 2017, Niki Caro was hired as the director of the film, which made Mulan the second Disney film with a female director and a budget above $100 million following A Wrinkle in Time.  Filming [ edit] This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. ( January 2019) Principal photography began on August 13, 2018, at different locations in New Zealand and China and wrapped on November 25, 2018.   According to actress Gong Li, the film's production budget was $290–300 million due to the "massive and... unprecedented scale" of the sets.   Post-production [ edit] The visual effects are provided by Sony Pictures Imageworks, Weta Digital, Framestore, and Image Engine, with Seth Maury and Andres Langlands serving as visual effects supervisors and Sean Andrew Faden serving as production supervisor.  Music [ edit] On March 17, 2018, director Niki Caro revealed that the remake won't feature any songs from the original film.  It was reported on June 30, 2019, that the film will feature instrumental versions of the original film's songs.  On January 13, 2020, Caro explained that the songs were deleted because she felt it didn't fit with her realistic vision of the film, though she still tried to "honour the music from the animation in a very significant way".  On August 22, 2018, it was reported that Harry Gregson-Williams, who previously worked with Caro on The Zookeeper's Wife, is set to compose the film's score.  Marketing [ edit] The film's official teaser trailer and the official teaser poster were released on July 7, 2019, during the broadcast of the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Final.  The teaser trailer was viewed 175. 1 million times in its first 24 hours, including 52 million from China, making it the seventh most viewed trailer in that time period.  On September 30, an exclusive photo featuring Liu as a soldier in the Imperial Army was released on Empire's upcoming Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker issue.  On November 4, a video clip filmed during a Toho cinema preview was leaked online, featuring new shots of Mulan as a warrior battling fiercely and taking off her hair band.  On November 6, Liu was featured as one of the 25 stars of Next Gen Talent 2019 nominated by The Hollywood Reporter with two new studio stills released concurrently.  On November 20, the Japanese theatrical poster was released online.  On December 5, the official trailer was dropped with dual versions: the Chinese Weibo debuted a shorter one with different cut and a few shots that were not featured in the US one. [ citation needed] On February 2, 2020, the film's final trailer was released. Release [ edit] Mulan is scheduled to be released in the United States on March 27, 2020.   It had been originally set for a November 2, 2018, release, and then the film was delayed, with The Nutcracker and the Four Realms taking its old slot.  Controversy [ edit] A call to boycott the film began when Liu Yifei reshared an image posted by Chinese newspaper People's Daily. The image included a quote from Chinese reporter Fu Guohao who worked for the Global Times and was subsequently assaulted by violent protesters during the 2019 Hong Kong anti-extradition bill protests: "I support Hong Kong police. You can beat me now. What a shame for Hong Kong. " This sparked international controversy, with Liu being accused of supporting police brutality. The hashtag, #BoycottMulan, has since started trending supporting a boycott of the movie.    In response to the controversy, Liu was not present at the 2019 D23 Expo, which gave fans an exclusive sneak peek of the film.  References [ edit] ^ a b "Harry-Gregson-Williams to Score Disney's 'Mulan' Live-Action Movie". Film Music Reporter. Archived from the original on August 24, 2018. Retrieved August 24, 2018. ^ a b Caesar Galvin (May 19, 2019). "Gong Li Claims Live-Action 'Mulan' Budget Is More Than $300 Million". Heroic Hollywood. Archived from the original on July 18, 2019. Retrieved July 19, 2019. ^ a b Cameron Bonomolo (May 8, 2019). "Disney's Live-Action 'Mulan' Budget Makes It One of the Most Expensive Movies Ever Made".. Retrieved July 19, 2019. ^ a b c "Mulan: Disney casts Chinese actress Liu Yifei in lead role". BBC. November 30, 2017. Archived from the original on August 14, 2018. 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HuffPost. Retrieved July 13, 2019. ^ N'Duka, Amanda (May 23, 2018). " ' Mulan': Utkarsh Ambudkar & Ron Yuan Added To Disney's Live-Action Adaptation". Archived from the original on July 11, 2019. Retrieved July 13, 2019. ^ a b N'Duka, Amanda (August 14, 2018). "Disney's 'Mulan' Casts Jimmy Wong & Doua Moua". Retrieved August 14, 2018. ^ a b N'Duka, Amanda (September 21, 2018). "Adrian Martinez Joins Disney's 'Lady and the Tramp'; 'Mulan' Adds Chen Tang". Archived from the original on September 21, 2018. Retrieved September 21, 2018. ^ Sprague, Mike (July 6, 2019). "Disney's Mulan Remake Trailer Drops This Sunday". MovieWeb. Archived from the original on July 8, 2019. Retrieved July 13, 2019. ^ a b c Hipes, Patrick (August 13, 2018). " ' Mulan' Rounds Out Cast, Reveals First-Look Photo As Filming Underway On Live-Action Movie". Archived from the original on August 13, 2018. Retrieved August 13, 2018. ^ Liptak, Andrew (July 7, 2019). 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Hua Mulan ( 花木蘭) Mulan as depicted in the album Gathering Gems of Beauty (畫麗珠萃秀) First appearance Ballad of Mulan Created by Guo Maoqian Based on Musical Records of Old and New Information Gender Female Occupation Infantry Soldier Origin Northern Wei Nationality Xianbei or Chinese (not conclusive) Hua Mulan Traditional Chinese 花 木 蘭 Simplified Chinese 花 木 兰 Transcriptions Standard Mandarin Hanyu Pinyin Huā Mùlán Wade–Giles Hua 1 Mu 4 -lan 2 Gan Romanization Fa 1 Muk 6 -lan 4 Hakka Romanization Fa Muklan Yue: Cantonese Jyutping Faa 1 Muk 6 -laan 4 Southern Min Hokkien POJ Hoe Bo̍k-lân Middle Chinese Middle Chinese Hwæ Muk-lan Old Chinese Baxter–Sagart (2014) * qʷʰˤra C. mˤok-k. rˤan Hua Mulan ( Chinese: 花木蘭) is a legendary/fictional female warrior from the Northern and Southern dynasties period of Chinese history, originally described in the Ballad of Mulan ( Chinese: 木蘭辭; pinyin: Mùlán cí). In the ballad, Hua Mulan, disguised as a man, takes her aged father's place in the army. Mulan fought for twelve years and gained high merit, but she refused any reward and retired to her hometown. The historic setting of Hua Mulan is in the Northern Wei. Over a thousand years later, Xu Wei 's play from the Ming dynasty places her in the Northern Wei, whereas the Qing dynasty Sui Tang Romance has her active around the founding of the Tang c. 620. In 621, the founder of the Tang dynasty emerged victorious over Wang Shichong and Dou Jiande. The latter sired Dou Xianniang, another female warrior who became Mulan's laotong in the Sui Tang Romance.  The Hua Mulan crater on Venus is named after her.   ==History== (not confirmed t be true) Painting of Hua Mulan, 18th century, housed in the British Museum The Ballad of Mulan was first transcribed in the Musical Records of Old and New ( Chinese: 古今樂錄; pinyin: Gǔjīn Yuèlù) in the 6th century. The earliest extant text of the poem comes from an 11th- or 12th-century anthology known as the Music Bureau Collection ( Chinese: 樂府詩; pinyin: Yuèfǔshī). Its author, Guo Maoqian, explicitly mentions the Musical Records of Old and New as his source for the poem. As a ballad, the lines do not necessarily have equal numbers of syllables. The poem consists of 31 couplets, and is mostly composed of five-character phrases, with a few extending to seven or nine. In the late Ming, playwright Xu Wei (d. 1593) dramatized the tale as "The Female Mulan" ( 雌木蘭 or, more fully, "The Heroine Mulan Goes to War in Her Father's Place" ( Chinese: 雌木蘭替父從軍; pinyin: Cí-Mùlán Tì Fù Cóngjūn), in two acts. Later, the character of Mulan was incorporated into the Sui-Tang Romance [ zh], a historical novel written by Chu Renhuo [ zh] in the 17th century, early in the Qing dynasty.   Over time, the story of Hua Mulan rose in popularity as a folk tale among the Chinese people on the same level as the Butterfly Lovers. [ citation needed] Name [ edit] In Chinese, mùlán refers to the magnolia. The heroine of the poem is given different family names in different versions of her story. According to History of Ming, her family name is Zhu (朱), while the History of Qing says it is Wei (魏). The family name Hua ( 花; Huā; 'flower'), which was introduced by Xu Wei,  has become the most popular in recent years in part because of its more poetic meaning. Historicity [ edit] The story of Hua Mulan is treated more as a legend than a historical person, and her name does not appear in Exemplary Women which is a compilation of biographies of women during the Northern Wei dynasty.  Her legend is, however, included in Yan Xiyuan's One Hundred Beauties which is a compilation of various women in Chinese folklore. Plot [ edit] Statue of Mulan being welcomed home, in the city of Xinxiang, China. The Ballad of Hua Mulan is set in the Northern Wei era (386–536). The poem starts with Mulan sitting worriedly at her loom, as one male from each family is called to serve in the army to defend the Tuoba realm from Rouran invaders. Her father is old and weak, and her younger brother is just a child, so she decides to take his place and bids farewell to her parents, who support her. She is already skilled in fighting, having been taught martial arts, sword fighting, and archery by the time she enlists in the army. After twelve years of fighting, the army returns and the warriors are rewarded. Mulan turns down an official post, and asks only for a camel to carry her home. She is greeted with joy by her family. Mulan dons her old clothes and meets her comrades, who are shocked that in the 12 years of their enlistment together, they did not realize that she was a woman.  Sui Tang Romance [ edit] Chu Renhuo's Romance of the Sui and Tang (c. 1675; first edition 1695) provides additional backdrops and plot-twists.  Chu placed Mulan under the rule of Heshana Khan (603–619) of the Western Turkic Khaganate. When the Khan agrees to wage war in alliance with the emergent Tang dynasty, which was poised to conquer all of China, Mulan's father Hua Hu ( Chinese: 花弧) fears he will be conscripted into military service since he only has two daughters and an infant son. Mulan dresses as a man and enlists in her father's stead. She is intercepted by the forces of the Xia king Dou Jiande (573–621) and is brought under questioning by the king's warrior daughter Xianniang ( Chinese: 線娘), who tries to recruit Mulan as a man. Discovering Mulan to be a fellow female warrior, she is so delighted that they become sworn sisters.   In the Sui Tang Romance, Mulan comes to a tragic end, which "differs from the endings of most of the Hua Mulan legends. "  Xianniang's father is vanquished after siding with the enemy of the Tang dynasty, and the two sworn sisters, with knives in their mouths, surrender themselves to be executed in the place of the condemned man. The act of filial piety wins reprieve from Emperor Taizong of Tang and the imperial consort who was birth-mother to the Emperor bestows money to Mulan to provide for her parents and wedding funds for the princess who confessed to having promised herself to general Luó Chéng [ zh] ( Chinese: 羅成).  (In reality, Dou Jiande was executed, but in the novel he lives on as a monk. ) Mulan is given leave to journey back to her homeland, and once arrangements were made for Mulan's parents to relocate, it is expected that they will all be living in the princess's old capital of Leshou ( Chinese: 樂壽, modern Xian County, Hebei). Mulan is devastated to discover her father has long died and her mother has remarried. According to the novel, Mulan's mother was surnamed Yuan (袁) and remarried a man named Wei (魏). Even worse, the Khan has summoned her to the palace to become his concubine. Rather than suffer this fate, she commits suicide. But before she dies, she entrusts an errand to her younger sister, Youlan ( Chinese: 又蘭), which was to deliver Xianniang's letter to her fiancé, Luó Chéng. This younger sister dresses as a man to make her delivery, but her disguise is discovered, and it arouses her recipient's amorous attention.  In the novel, Mulan's father was from Hebei during the Northern Wei dynasty while her mother was from the Central Plain of China.  But "even a Chinese woman would prefer death by her own hand to serving a foreign ruler, " as some commentators have explained this Mulan character's motive for committing suicide.  Mulan's words before she committed suicide were, "I'm a girl, I have been through war and have done enough. I now want to be with my father. " [ citation needed] Modern adaptations [ edit] The story of Hua Mulan has inspired a number of screen and stage adaptations, including: Stage [ edit] Mulan Joins the Army (1917 play) starring Mei Lanfang The Legend of Marissa Inouye (2013 dance production) by the Hong Kong Dance Company Films [ edit] Hua Mulan Joins the Army (1927 film) – a silent film released by Tianyi Film Company and directed by Li Pingqian. Mulan Joins the Army (1928 film) – Mingxing Film Company production, directed by Hou Yao. The film was unsuccessful, in part due to the Tianyi film that was released the previous year. Mulan Joins the Army (1939 film) – popular Chinese film made during the Second Sino-Japanese War, directed by Bu Wancang and written by Ouyang Yuqian. The film also created a large spark of popularity, in terms of literature.  Lady General Hua Mu-lan (1964 film) – Hong Kong opera film. Saga of Mulan (1994 film) – Film adaptation of the Chinese opera based on the legend. The Secret of Mulan – A 1998 animated film by Hong Ying Animation, in which the characters are anthropomorphic animals. Mulan (1998 film) – Disney animated feature, and the basis of many derivative works. Disney's version of the Mulan character has subsequently appeared in other media and promotions, mainly as part of the Disney Princess product line. Mulan II (2004 film) – A direct-to-video Disney animated sequel, set one month after the events of Disney's 1998 film. Mulan (2020 film) – Live action film from Disney that is a loose remake of the 1998 animated film, which is meant to better resemble the original tale.  Mulan (2009 film) – Live action film about the Chinese legend. An upcoming live-action adaptation of Mulan's legend. The film is to be produced by Sony Pictures and directed by Alex Graves.  Television series [ edit] A Tough Side of a Lady (1998 film) – Hong Kong TVB drama series of Mulan starring Mariane Chan as Hua Mulan. Hua Mu Lan (1999 series) – Taiwan CTV period drama serial starring Anita Yuen as Hua Mulan. Jamie Chung portrays Mulan in the second, third and fifth seasons of the U. S. TV series Once Upon a Time (2012–2013).   Mu Lan 巾幗大將軍 (2012) – China production with Elanne Kong starring as Mu Lan The Legend of Hua Mulan 花木蘭傳奇 (2013) – CCTV production starring Hou Meng Yao, Dylan Kuo, Liu De Kai, Ray Lui, Dai Chunrong and Angel Wang. It consists of forty-nine episodes. Literature [ edit] Maxine Hong Kingston re-visited Mulan's tale in her 1975 text, The Woman Warrior. Kingston's version popularized the story in the West and may have led to the Disney animated feature adaptation.  The Legend of Mu Lan: A Heroine of Ancient China  was the first English language picture book featuring the character Mulan published in the United States in 1992 by Victory Press. In the fantasy/alternate history novel Throne of Jade (2006), China's aerial corps is described as being composed of all female captains and their dragons due to the precedent set by the legendary woman warrior. Cameron Dokey created 'Wild Orchid' in 2009, a retelling of the Ballad of Mulan as part of the Once Upon A Time series of novels published by Simon Pulse, an imprint of Simon & Schuster. In the comic, Deadpool Killustrated (2013), Hua Mulan, along with Natty Bumppo, and Beowulf are brought together by Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson (using H. G. Wells ' time machine) to stop Deadpool from killing all beloved literary characters and destroying the literary universe. Reflection by Elizabeth Lim was published in 2018 as an installment in Disney Press' Twisted Tales series. This is an alternate ending to the Disney film in which Mulan must travel to Diyu, the Underworld, in order to save her captain. In The Magnolia Sword: A Ballad of Mulan by Sherry Thomas (2019), Mulan has trained in the martial arts since childhood in preparation for a hereditary duel. When she goes to war in her father's stead, she is shocked to discover her team's captain is also her opponent in the duel. Children's books [ edit] I am Hua Mulan, by Qin Wenjun, illust. Yu Rong (2017)  – in Chinese The Ballad of Mulan by Song Nan Zhang (1998) – in English See also [ edit] List of women warriors in folklore Women warriors Notes [ edit] ^ Kwa & Idema 2010, p. 12n ^ Russell, Joel F., Schaber, Gerald G. (March 1993). "Named Venusian craters". In Lunar and Planetary Inst., Twenty-Fourth Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. Bibcode: 1993LPI.... 24. 1219R. CS1 maint: uses authors parameter ( link) ^ "Venus Crater Database". Lunar and Planetary Institute of the Universities Space Research Association. 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" ' Once Upon a Time' scoop: 'Hangover 2' actress cast as legendary warrior".. Retrieved 11 July 2012. ^ Nichols, James (15 October 2013). " ' Once Upon A Time, ' Disney-ABC Show'October 2013".. ^ Hong Kingston, Maxine (1989). The Woman Warrior. New York: Random House. pp. 40–53. ISBN 0679721886. ^ Hu, Eileen. "Mulan".. Retrieved 2016-09-30. ^ "33. I Am Mulan". Chinese books for young readers. 2017-03-13. Retrieved 2018-10-01. References [ edit] Further reading [ edit] Dong, Lan. Mulan's Legend and Legacy in China and the United States (Temple University Press; 2010) 263 pages; Traces literary and other images of Mulan from premodern China to contemporary China and the United States. External links [ edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Hua Mulan. Information on the historical Mulan Ode to Mulan The original poem in Chinese and English side-by-side translation. The female individual and the empire: A historicist approach to Mulan and Kingston's woman warrior The poem in Chinese calligraphy (images), simplified characters, traditional characters, and an English translation The poem in printed Chinese, with hyperlinks to definitions and etymologies.
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