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Mulan Films classified 12A contain material that is not generally suitable for children aged under 12. No one younger than 12 may see a 12A film in a cinema unless accompanied by an adult. Adults planning to take a child under 12 to view a 12A film should consider whether the film is suitable for that child. To help them decide, we recommend that they check the Ratings info for that film in advance.

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2020
UK release date Released: 21st August 2020  |  BBFC Age Rating:  Mulan 12A age rating
Mulan

Directed by

Niki Caro

Starring

Actor
Character
Jet Li
Donnie Yen
Li Gong
Yifei Liu

Release date

21st August 2020

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About 'Mulan'
When the Emperor of China issues a decree that one man per family must serve in the Imperial Chinese Army to defend the country, to save her ailing father from serving a fearless young woman disguises herself as a man to battle northern invaders in China.
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The UK government has announced that cinemas in the UK will be able to re-open from July 4th, but as expected they must adhere to health and safety guidelines as well as social distancing.

Cinema Closed

Social distancing has been reduced from 2 meters to 1 over the last week which will mean that cinemas across England will be able to fill their screens with more people, with Scotland and Wales following suite.

For independent cinemas this means they will be able to reopen as well as the previous rules would have prevented them from doing so.

In America the rules are decided on a state by state bases, some states have already opened up more than others and there are currently over a thousand theatres open with many Drive-ins enjoying a relatively steady business.

It is thought that most cinemas would be open, again with social distancing by July 16th, but with a recent spike in CORVID-19 cases in many states this may be revised before we get to that date

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Most potential blockbusters got delayed from mid March so there is a busy schedule of new releases for the rest of this year and all of next year with Mulan from Disney set to be the first to open on 24th July.

There is still a possibility of more delays though if cinemas are not making the money and pack screens, and if the fear of going out is still too much for some people.

Time will tell but it will be good to see cinemas, and life, getting back to normal if the safety of people allows it.

Cinemas across the globe are starting to re-open and a trickle of figures are starting to emerge, and before we get an official global box office lets take a look at what still doing well across the globe.

These figure and generated from various sources and collaborations and are the closest we can get to an global top 10 during the ongoing pandemic, these charts by their nature are fluid and change as the week goes on, we will change this report to reflect the changes.

Here is a look at this week top 5.

The Invisible Man

Led by drive-in theatres in the US the Blumhouse Productions horror movie is still doing well across the globe despite being available on VOD for a couple of months now.

The movie take $450K this week and has taken $129 Million global since first released 15 weeks ago.

The Real Exorcist

The Japanese film has been around for a few weeks now on the charts from Japan and this week tops the charts in that teretory and is at number 2 on the global charts with $397k.

The film has a global total gross of $4.3 Million after 5 weeks of release.

Little Women~2019

Greta Gerwigs adaptation movie spends another week on the global box office and sits at number 3 this week with $384K pushing its global total to $214.6 Million.

Trolls World Tour

Despite being made available on VOD day and date with a theatrical release the animated sequel is at number 3 this week with $348K for a total gross of $3.3 Million.

Jumanji: The Next Level

Despite being released at the tail end of December the sequel movie starring Dwayne Johnson is still doing well in theatres and this week takes $327K pushings its total gross to $805.2 Million.

Infamous~2020

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No big new films are being released at the moment with the first being Mulan on 24th July (at the moment) which gives this low budget movie a change to be the top new film of the weekend with a debut gross of $160K from American drive in theatres.

Disney are at it again moving Pixar's Soul from June 19th to November 20th and their own Raya And The Last Dragon to March 12th 2021.

This first move, Soul, is an interesting one, Disney recently moved their tentpole picture Mulan to 24th July, I guess they are presuming cinemas will be open again by then, but by moving Soul they seem to be suggesting that things will still be on lockdown in mid June?

The move also puts the film in direct competition with Godzilla Vs. Kong, and since that film has been moved once already I suspect unfortunately that the film may well go direct to streaming, a lot depends how long the lockdown lasts though.

Raya And The Last Dragon

Raya And The Last Dragon was due for a late November release and it makes sense to move the film to 2021.

The scheduling issue are starting to get a bit of a nightmare mind as this move to Raya puts it in loose competition with many tentpole films from various studios, and means that early 2021 is starting to get very crowded.

Expect more re-scheduling from studios as there is still no sign of cinemas opening in the coming weeks.

After Mulan and Black Widow got delayed Disney didn't announce new release dates, but today we get the new dates as July 24th 2020 and November 6th 2020.

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Mulan starring Jet Li and Donnie Yen got pulled with literally a couple of weeks to go before it hit cinemas, but then the COVID-19 pandemic hit and cinemas closed and the release was pulled.

Black Widow starring Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh was set to kick of the summer movie schedule with a release of May 1st.

With the new release dates we can start looking forward to the live action remake and the start of the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 4.

Interestingly July 24th is the current release date of Disney's own Jungle Cruise movie starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, so expect a move of that to maybe Christmas?

**UPDATE** The release date of Jungle Cruise has moved and will now get a release on 30th July 2021.

This is all providing the current stay at home is over and the cinemas have reopened.

Director Patty Jenkins has moved the release date of Wonder Woman 1984 to August 14th 2020 because the best way to see the film is on the big screen.

Movie theatres across the world are currently closed because the the COVID-19 pandemic which means that many of the smaller establishments are suffering though no income.

In a heart felt tweet she reiterates how important movie theatres are and the move of release date is so it can help the movie theatre industry once the pandemic os over.

Many of the released for MArch and April have been put on hold or to a later date including A Quiet Place Part II, No Time To Die, Black Widow and Mulan to name a few.

There is no time line of when the social restrictions set by global governments will be lifted and when cinemas will be able to open again.

As a result of this the weekend box office results have also been suspended.