"Mulan" is a 2020 American fantasy action drama film directed by Niki Caro.
The starring cast includes Liu Yifei as Mulan, Donnie Yen as Commander Tung, Jason Scott Lee as Böri Khan, Tzi Ma as Hua Zhou, Yoson An as Chen Honghui, Gong Li as Xianniang, Jet Li as The Emperor of China, Ron Yuan as Sergeant Qiang, Crystal Rao as Young Mulan, Rosalind Chao as Hua Li and others.

Here are "Mulan" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Mulan movie?

Walt Disney Studios on Sunday, February 02, 2020 released the trailer for "Mulan" you can watch here:
Disney's Mulan | Final Trailer.

Plot summary

What is Mulan movie plot?

Here is a short review of "Mulan" movie plot summary.

In Imperial China, Hua Mulan (Liu Yifei) is an adventurous and active girl, to the disappointment of her parents Zhou and Li, who hope that one day she will be wed to a good husband. As a young woman, Mulan is arranged to meet with a matchmaker to demonstrate her fitness as a future wife. Mulan, flustered, attempts to pour tea in front of the matchmaker, but a spider scares the former's younger sister Xiu, accidentally causing a mishap that destroys the teapot, leading the matchmaker to call her a disgrace in front of her family.
To the north, an imperial outpost is invaded by Rouran warriors, under the leadership of Böri Khan (Jason Scott Lee). They are assisted by the witch Xianniang (Gong Li), who uses her magic to pose as a surviving soldier and report the attack to the Emperor of China; he then issues a conscription decree ordering every family to contribute one man to fight Khan's forces.
Imperial soldiers arrive in Mulan's village to enlist recruits and Zhou is forced to pledge his service as he has no sons, immediately falling over in front of the soldiers due to his crippled leg. Realizing that her father has no chance of survival, Mulan flees with his armor, horse, and sword to join in his place. Mulan arrives at the training camp, which is run by Commander Tung (Donnie Yen), an old comrade of Zhou. Alongside dozens of other inexperienced recruits, she ultimately becomes a trained soldier under his tutelage without exposing her true identity.
The Khan's army continues to advance, forcing Tung to end training early and send his battalion to fight. Mulan chases some troops on her own, but is confronted by Xianniang, who mocks her for pretending to be a man. She attempts to kill Mulan, but her attacks are stopped by the leather with which Mulan's chest had been bound to hide her identity. Mulan removes her male disguise, returning to the battle just as the Rourans begin attacking her fellow troops with a trebuchet. Mulan uses discarded helmets and her archery skills to maneuver the trebuchet into firing on a snowy mountain, triggering an avalanche that buries the Rourans.


Who plays who in the Mulan movie cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Mulan" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Liu Yifei  as Mulan the eldest daughter of Hua Zhou
Donnie Yen  as Commander Tung the high ranking leader of the Imperial Army and mentor to Mulan
Jason Scott Lee  as Böri Khan a Rouran warrior-leader intent on avenging his father's death
Tzi Ma  as Hua Zhou Mulan's father and a famed war veteran
Yoson An  as Chen Honghui a confident and ambitious recruit
Gong Li  as Xianniang a powerful witch with shapeshifting abilities and an ally of Böri Khan
Jet Li  as The Emperor of China a wise benevolent ruler
Ron Yuan  as Sergeant Qiang the fiercely loyal second in command of the Imperial Regiment
Crystal Rao  as Young Mulan
Rosalind Chao  as Hua Li Mulan's mother and Zhou's wife
Xana Tang  as Hua Xiu Mulan's younger sister
Jun Yu  as Cricket a hapless recruit
Elena Askin  as Young Xiu
Jimmy Wong  as Ling a recruit
Chen Tang  as Yao a gruff recruit
Doua Moua  as Chien-Po a chubby recruit
Nelson Lee  as The Chancellor a member of the Emperor's council in charge of conscripting new recruits to join the Imperial army
Arka Das  as Red Fez
Pei-Pei Cheng  as Matchmaker
Hoon Lee  as Village Magistrate
Vincent Feng  as Longwei
R.J. O'Young  as Young Soldier (as RJ O'Young)
Roger Yuan  as Duba Tegin
Jenson Cheng  as Tulugui Tegin
Jen Sung  as Kilifu Tegin (as Jen Kuo Sung)
King Lau  as Bati Tegin
Zhaidarbek Kunguzhinov  as Stallion Tegin
Gary Young  as Garrison Commander
Wolf Chen  as Garrison Scout
Owen Kwong  as Senior Officer
Jo Lo  as Fong Lin
Heidi Chen  as Frightened Girl
Michael Chun Long Yip  as Garrison Guard #1
Peter Qi  as Garrison Guard #2
Utkarsh Ambudkar  as Skatch
Chum Ehelepola  as Ramtish
Jia Yang  as Scout #1
Dante Pang  as Imperial Gate Guard #1
Young-H. Lee  as Imperial Gate Guard #2 (as Young-H Lee)
Mary Wong  as Old Village Woman
Audrey Chan  as Anxious Mother
Jasmine Zhou  as Young Mother
Elizabeth Quan Shang  as Laundry Woman
K.Y. Chan  as Village Rice Man #1
David T. Lim  as Village Rice Man #2

Release date

When is Mulan movie release date?

"Mulan" movie release date was scheduled to be on March 9, 2020 (Hollywood), on April 17, 2020 (Turkey), on August 20, 2020 (Germany), on September 4, 2020 (United States), on September 10, 2020 (Hungary) and on December 4, 2020 (France) distributing by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, Blitz Film & Video Distribution, Feelgood Entertainment, Forum Hungary, HKC Entertainment, Kinomania, Meloman and Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.


What are Mulan filming details?

The duration of the film is 115 minutes. With a budget of $200 million, the film grossed over $70 million.

"Mulan" movie is rated "PG-13", according to the MPAA film rating system.

Principal photography began on August 13, 2018, at locations in New Zealand and China and wrapped on November 25, 2018.


What are critics and audiences saying about Mulan movie?

"Mulan" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 5.7/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 72/100.

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