So following the breaking news that Disneyland has just been delayed again, comes the news regarding the highly anticipated movie Mulan.
Disney’s Mulan may no longer be released in mid-July following a surge in COVID-19 cases in the United States and a similar rise in cases in China. The movie, which was originally set for release in March before being pushed to July as a result of the pandemic, may have to move again, since Disney is likely to take a big opening weekend loss.
Theaters around the country are preparing to reopen in the coming weeks, but as cases rise and cities and states have to consider slowing the process of fully reopening, it may be difficult to justify rushing movies out to theaters if they have to make more money to break even than the theaters have seats.
Predictions are saying ‘MULAN’ will be delayed even further to July 24th. (Via @DEADLINE)— Geekly Goods (@GeeklyGoods) June 24, 2020
Will you go see #Mulan if it gets delayed to late July? #Disney #Remake #MULAN pic.twitter.com/PJGpJnoOb4
Just got new video talking about delayed movies like #TENET #Mulan #godzillavskong etc and when theaters should open.https://t.co/6ET99UHsCt pic.twitter.com/YrivDw33Ll— Joseph Heinrich (@r_heinrich) June 24, 2020