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messaggio 1/2/2020, 20:41
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ah abbiamo capito, scusate, ci eravamo persi un passaggio nel discorso...

beh speriamo che però la cosa rientri o trovino una soluzione per la salute pubblica


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messaggio 3/2/2020, 0:39
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Dal sito Animated Views:

The Super Bowl spot for Mulan is here

Disney has released the Super Bowl TV spot for Mulan ahead of Sunday’s big game, and you can watch it in the player above. In addition, the final trailer for the film will premiere online immediately after the TV sneak peek airs. Mulan opens everywhere this March.

When the Emperor of China issues a decree that one man per family must serve in the Imperial Army to defend the country from Northern invaders, Hua Mulan, the eldest daughter of an honored warrior, steps in to take the place of her ailing father. Masquerading as a man, Hua Jun, she is tested every step of the way and must harness her inner-strength and embrace her true potential. It is an epic journey that will transform her into an honored warrior and earn her the respect of a grateful nation…and a proud father.


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messaggio 3/2/2020, 10:56
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Nuovo Trailer Italiano
Epico, meraviglioso e spettacolare!! Scusate ma sono vergognosamente di parte! wub.gif


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messaggio 10/2/2020, 23:03
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Copertina del prossimo numero del giornale D23:




Nuovo Tvspot
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Nuovo fotogramma tratto dal film:

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Le immagini provengono da questo libro (attenzione spoiler!!):

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Pin del film:

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messaggio 10/2/2020, 23:13
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Ecco la bambola Limited Edition di Mulan live action con tanto di fenice:



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messaggio 11/2/2020, 22:05
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I libri sembrano stupendi, c’è una qualche speranza che arrivino in Italia? 🤷🏻‍♂️


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messaggio 12/2/2020, 1:27
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Chissà... di Aladdin e Maleficent Signora del Male non hanno fatto uscire i libri... vedremo


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messaggio 12/2/2020, 10:21
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Che possa trattarsi di questo? Io per ora l'ho preordinato. Vi farò sapere!


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messaggio 12/2/2020, 16:14
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CITAZIONE (veu @ 12/2/2020, 0:27) *
Chissà... di Aladdin e Maleficent Signora del Male non hanno fatto uscire i libri... vedremo


Sono riuscito a parlare con la divisione Disney della Giunti e mi hanno detto che purtroppo non si tratta di un libro relativo al live action, bensì di una semplice ristampa riguardante il Classico. Tuttavia, mi hanno detto che mi ricontatteranno per tutte le novità editoriali sul film in uscita, quindi spero di avere presto qualcosa di bello da dirvi!


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messaggio 12/2/2020, 20:24
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Questo film, purtroppo, sembra indirizzarsi verso un insuccesso...
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messaggio 13/2/2020, 0:09
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Theprinceisonfire, perchè dici così? per via del fatto che la Giunti non ha ancora annunciato l'uscita dei libri? anche di Aladdin non sono usciti eppure il film è andato più che bene (pure oltre le aspettative)...
Che poi non capiamo perché la Giunti non faccia uscire i libri dei film live action... sono quelli di cui adesso si parla di più, perché non cavalcano l'onda e non fanno una collezione? tanto più che di TUTTI i live action sono usciti i romanzi in USA e in gran parte del mondo (pure Francia, Spagna e Germania)...
certe scelte editoriali non le capiremo mai


Dal sito Bustle:

The 'Mulan' Live-Action Film Pays Homage To The 1998 Classic In These Exclusive Cinemagraphs

The upcoming live-action Mulan is set to be released at the end of March and Bustle has an exclusive look at the titular character in all her warrior glory. The remake of the 1998 Disney film will veer away from the original in that it will pay tribute to the original legend of Hua Mulan and will not include characters like Li Shang or Mushu. While it's not the exact story you may have grown up with, in these exclusive cinemagraphs to Bustle, it is clear that the most important themes of the legend remain the same.

In these cinemagraphs — which were shot on the set of the film and later animated to create live images — fans of the story can see Mulan in iconic and familiar moments from the 1998 version of the film, including the lead heroine defiantly holding her sword which is reminiscent of the original film’s cover image. The images were captured by Kevin Burg and Jamie Beck, who actually invented the cinemagraph. They have been using the technique to animate their fashion and news photographs since 2011, and have worked with top brands such as Chanel, Armani, and Google.

Another difference from the 2020 film and the 1998 animated movie is that this year’s version will not include musical numbers. Before worrying about the absence of “Reflection,” check out the cinemagraph below. While there might not be a familiar musical moment, it is clear that the movie will “honor” the music found in the original film in a very “significant” way, per director Niki Caro.

Caro has previously explained the reasoning behind not including musical numbers, stating it truly came down to a matter of realism. “... We don't tend to break into song when we go to war,” Caro told outlets earlier this year, as reported by Digital Spy. “Not that I'm saying anything against the animation. The songs are brilliant, and if I could squeeze them in there, I would have...”

While the film will not necessarily be a shot-for-shot remake of the original — which is kind of the point — these cinemagraphs clearly pay homage to the story audiences loved growing up. By including more of the story from the original legend, “The Ballad of Mulan,” it will also hopefully introduce an entirely new generation to the powerful story and iconic character.

Mulan hits theaters on March 27, 2020.



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messaggio 17/2/2020, 0:44
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Dal sito Forbes:

Matthew Wilder Talks ‘Break My Stride’ Going Viral On TikTok And ‘Mulan’ Remake

However, it’s his song Reflection from Disney’s Mulan that has perhaps garnered him the most recognition when it comes to his film work.

A live-action remake of the original animated movie, which grossed $304.32 million at the worldwide box office in 1998, hits theaters this Spring.

“I’ve been involved with the new film. I don’t know how much I can talk about it just at this moment. I can tell you that there are there’s a new version of Reflection, and that song thematically plays a large part in the new movie throughout the score,” he enthused.

“The film is not song-driven, but my music is present. I guess that’s as much as I can probably reveal at this moment, but the movie’s right around the corner. The film comes out at the end of March. I haven’t seen the whole film, just the parts that required my services. I’m excited to see it.”


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messaggio 17/2/2020, 10:24
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La mia attesa cresce sempre più! In quanto a Giunti, sono stato poi richiamato da una rappresentante della divisione Disney, la quale mi ha confermato che al momento non sono previsti libri sul live action.
Io intanto ho ordinato i due libri del video, non vedo l'ora che arrivino.


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messaggio 17/2/2020, 19:55
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Come volevasi dimostrare la Giunti non ascolta più le richieste del pubblico.
Ci domandiamo: perchè non fa uscire i libri dei film live action? le vendite dei precedenti (Cenerentola, Bella e la Bestia, Alice attraverso lo specchio e Lo Schiaccianoci) sono andate male? perchè non comprendiamo questa strategia di non editare alcuni titoli (tra cui Aladdin, Maleficent e Mulan che sono adattamenti di tre tra le storie più note dell'universo disneyano)...


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messaggio 18/2/2020, 23:22
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Dal sito Empire Online:

Mulan Star Liu Yifei Went Through ‘Gruelling’ Audition For Disney’s Historical Epic – Exclusive Image

When it comes to the roster of so-called ‘Disney Princesses’, there are few as physically formidable as Mulan – the Chinese warrior who steps up in her elderly father’s place to fight in the army, in disguise as a man, and defend the country from Northern invaders. Which meant that when director Niki Caro set about casting her Hua Mulan for the live-action remake (or, re-adaptation of epic poem ‘The Ballad Of Mulan’) she needed an actor who could deliver physical beatings as well as emotional beats. She found that combination in Liu Yifei, who made a big impression at the audition.

“I wanted to thoroughly explore this girl,” Caro tells Empire in the upcoming The Mandalorian issue. “Because I needed a warrior, and I needed a partner. So she did this gruelling audition and then we sent her straight to the physical trainer to do an equally gruelling physical assessment. Weights, push-ups, pull-ups, everything. She was brilliant in the dramatic part of the audition, and in the physical part she never stopped, never faulted. I knew at the end of that day that I’d found my warrior.” It was an ethos that extended beyond the audition process and into production. “She set the bar so high on set. She was so much tougher than any of the boys surrounding her. They were terrified of her strength.”

Read more about Mulan in the new issue of Empire, telling the full story of Star Wars’ new dawn as The Mandalorian (and Disney+) arrives in the UK – on newsstands from Thursday 20 February. Mulan hits UK cinemas on 27 March.




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messaggio Ieri, 16:11
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Dal sito Fotogramas:

'MULÁN': NIKI CARO NOS HABLA DE LOS NUEVOS PERSONAJES QUE VEREMOS EN EL REMAKE

Tenemos cuatro nuevas incorporaciones

El próximo 27 de marzo llegará a nuestras pantallas la versión actualizada del clásico de Disney de 'Mulán'. Han pasado ya dos décadas desde la presentación de esta luchadora china que marcó un antes y un después en la historia de la Casa del Ratón y que hoy sigue erigiéndose como uno de los mejores emblemas feministas en lo que a películas infantiles se refiere. Ahora, Niki Caro nos trae su historia de nuevo con personajes en carne y hueso en una historia épica que promete mucha acción, tal como demostraron los tres clips que se presentaron hace un mes en Madrid.

Sin embargo, antes de nada, es importante adelantar que quizá la palabra remake no es la más apropiada, pues este nuevo 'Mulán' no es una adaptación de lo animado a lo real al uso, tal como hemos visto en otros proyectos live-action de la Casa del Ratón como 'El Rey León' o 'Dumbo' que han respetado completamente la historia animada. Lo que tenemos delante es la leyenda de la gran guerrera china que existe desde hace siglos y que traspasó fronteras gracias a Disney pensada por y para las nuevas audiencias. Una de las principales diferencias que veremos en este nuevo 'Mulán' protagonizado por Yifei Liu será la presentación de tres nuevos personajes en la historia.

De ellos hemos hablado con Niki Caro, que, en la entrevista que tenéis sobre estas líneas, os permitirá haceros una idea de cómo son el Comandante Tung (Donnie Yen), la hermana de Mulán, la malvada bruja Xian Lang (Gong Li) y su ayudante Bori Khan (Jason Scott)


Video in cui Niki Caro parla dei personaggi su Xian Lang, la sorella di Mulan, sul Comandante Tung e Chen Honghui:

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messaggio Ieri, 16:15
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Il film avrà il PG 13, ovvero che per la visione è consigliata la presenza dei genitori per i minori di 13 anni.

Dal sito Variety:

‘Mulan’ Is Disney’s First Live-Action Remake to Get a PG-13 Rating

“Mulan” may not be for very young children, as it’s become the first Disney live-action remake to receive a PG-13 rating.

The new take on the Disney classic got the rating from the Motion Picture Association of America due to the “sequences of violence” apparently depicted in the film. All previous live-action remakes from the studio have received a G or PG rating, and 2017’s “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” was Disney’s most recent film to be labeled PG-13.

“Mulan” is straying away from the model of previous remakes like “Aladdin,” “The Lion King,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “Cinderella.” Unlike the other live-action takes, “Mulan’s” trailers depicted the film without its famous musical numbers and removed some of the characters featured in the original 1998 animated version, including Mushu, Mulan’s dragon companion who was voiced by Eddie Murphy. Two trailers have been released, following the story of a young Chinese woman who takes her father’s place to fight for their country. The first looks reinforce the idea that the film is taking a more mature approach, showing Mulan in action on the battlefield.

Liu Yifei is starring as Mulan, with Donnie Yen, Jet Li, Gong Li, Jason Scott Lee, Yoson An, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Ron Yuan, Tzi Ma, Rosalind Chao, Cheng Pei-Pei, Nelson Lee and Chum Ehelepola rounding out the cast. Niki Caro directed, with Chris Bender, Jason Reed, and Jake Weiner producing. Barrie M. Osborne, Bill Kong and Tim Coddington serve as executive producers.

“Mulan” is set to hit theaters on March 27.


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