Disney has pushed back the theatrical release of Mulan for the third time as it announced on Saturday that the movie will release on August 21. The big-budget live-action remake of the studio was earlier slated to hit the theatres on July 24.
This comes briefly after Warner Bros. decided to postpone the release of the much-awaited sci-fi flick Tenet by ace filmmaker Christopher Nolan for the second time.
The $200 million worth film Mulan revolves around the story of a Chinese protagonist portrayed by Liu Yifei, who disguises herself as a male soldier in the imperial army.
The theatrical release of the film has been postponed thrice owing to the shuttering of theatres due to the coronavirus crisis.