Disney’s Live-Action “Mulan” Pushed Back to 2020

Originally slotted for a 2018 release, Disney has pushed back the release of its live-action Mulan reboot by more than a year.

Previously scheduled to hit theaters November 2, 2018, the film will now be released March 27, 2020.

Starring as the titular heroine is Chinese singer-actress Liu Yifei (aka Crystal Liu). Set to direct is Niki Caro (The Zookeeper’s Wife). The film will be based on the 1998 animated film.

This isn’t Disney’s only change is schedule: the network announced Thursday that Noelle, starring Anna Kendrick has been removed from the schedule all together, while Avengers: Infinity War, has been moved up one week from May 4 to April 27. Deadline reports that other scheduling changes include an untitled Pixar Animation release slated for March, 13, 2020, moving up a week to March 6. An untitled Disney live-action pic set for April 3, 2020, shifted to May 29. An untitled Marvel movie slotted for August 7, 2020, moved to July 31.