It’s not about no-Mushu or the thirty bucks. It’s about democracy.
Disney’s live-action Mulan remake was scheduled to make its theatrical debut in March, yet just days after its premiere, the movie’s general release was abruptly halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The move disappointed fans—yet, to be honest, the Mulan remake has had a history of disappointment.
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