Like every additional studio in Hollywood, Disney has had to adapt its project for 2020. Mulan was determined to come out in March but forced to July 24, thanks to the spread of COVID-19. Now again it chooses to delay Mulan one more month.
Hundreds of the biggest releases, including Marvel, DC, and Bond is facing releasing problems due to this coronavirus pandemic. The films could drop money if the crowd doesn’t come up to support the industry. In April, Disney delayed the disclosure of more than a hundred big films, containing “The Eternals, “Black Widow”, and the most recent “Doctor Strange” and “Thor”. The decision made by Warner Bros.
Warner Bros. spokesperson said in a statement that they are choosing to release the Documentary in the middle of the week to let the audience enjoy the film in their stable timing. They also thought to play a difficult and successful release strategy. The plans became uncertain. The production is believing for group openings in July, when national chains Cinemark and AMC Entertainment, are expected to be back in business.
New York and Los Angeles need to open theaters for Mulan to perform well in the industry. The cinema’s business has been demolished by the COVID-29 closing that started in mid-March. On Thursday, Warner Bros. also deferred “Tenet,” featuring Robert Pattinson, and John David from July 31 to Aug. 12. After all the officials have not yet decided a date for when theaters can reopen. Disney should have made any official announcement about Mulan so that people can set the date and time to go and support the Mulan.