The studio has also postponed the release of “The New Mutants” and “Antlers”. All three films have been delayed indefinitely as the studio decides the new release dates.
Disney Studios has postponed the exceptionally foreseen live-activity redo of “Mulan” in the wake of developing worries about the novel coronavirus. The real to life change, including Liu Yifei and coordinated by Niki Caro, was scheduled to make a big appearance in theaters over the globe from March 26 and was scheduled for a March 27 discharge in the US.
The studio has likewise deferred the arrival of “The New Mutants” and “Prongs”.’ All three movies have been postponed inconclusively as the studio chooses the new discharge dates. In any case, Disney’s Marvel Studios film “Dark Widow” is as yet expected to hit theaters on May 1.
“Mulan” is the most recent large venture to move its discharge date. On Thursday, Universal delayed “Quick and Furious 9” by a year, while Paramount uncertainly delated “A Quiet Place 2”. The most recent James Bond passage “No Time to Die” was postponed from April until November.