‘Mulan’ Release Date Postponed to August

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Disney’s highly anticipated live-action Mulan officially has a new release date.

The film’s original release date was set as March 27 but got pushed to July 25 due to COVID-19. Now, with another surge in cases nationwide, the film has been pushed back yet again to August 21. Hopefully, this will be the final release date for the film.

It’s still uncertain if  New York, Los Angeles, and China will be opening up their theaters, which could hinder the film’s opening revenue. But there is some good news! With the release of Mulan happening a week after the five-day opener of Tenet and not around any holiday, this could be a good way to bring audiences back to theaters.

Stay tuned for more updates!

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Kailin is an avid book reader, and full time nerd. When she isn't writing for Nerds and Beyond, she is writing fan fictions, online role playing with her friends and binge watching her favorite shows. Her first fandom started with Buffy The Vampire Slayer and her life was forever changed. The 100 and Supernatural are her biggest obsessions. You can find her on twitter @kailinmaurine
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