Disney is pushing back the theatrical release of “Mulan” once again due to the coronavirus.
The live-action retelling is now slated to hit theaters August 21, 2020.
The film was first slated to premiere March 27th, then coronavirus hit and Disney pushed it back to July 24th. Now, because of the severity of the pandemic, the studious is pushing it to the end of summer.
Disney has moved around a slew of upcoming titles in the past few months, including “The Eternals,” “Jungle Cruise,” and “Indiana Jones 5.” Since production has been halted worldwide for months due to the global health crisis, some of those films would not have been ready to debut in theaters by their target release date.