‘Mulan 2’ Reportedly In Early Development At Disney
It appears that Disney has placed a lot of faith in its live-action adaptation of Mulan. According to insider Daniel Richtman, the studio is already working on a sequel to the film.
While Mulan was scheduled for release on March 27, the Coronavirus pandemic caused the film to be delayed to July 24. Most likely, Disney presumed the film would have been met with success so they would have followed up the release with the sequel announcement.
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According to Richtman’s Patreon, Chris Bender, Jason Reed, and Jake Weiner will return to produce. Currently, there is no word on if Niki Caro will return to direct.
It is difficult to presume what the sequel will focus on given the first is yet to be released. The live-action remake has already deviated heavily from the animated feature, so this makes predicting the plot even more difficult.
As of now, there is no word on if the full cast will return for the sequel. Hopefully, as the release date of the first film draws closer, Disney will release more information concerning the sequel.
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