Mulan ends with a cliffhanger when the Emperor offers him a place on his guard. Photo: Twitter DisneysMulan
Mulan could become a franchise. Just like the animated version featured a sequel, the ending of the new live-action film seems to have left the door open to a second party.
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Mulan ends with a cliffhanger when the Emperor offers him a place on his guard. She rejects him to go home, but once he is there, the Emperor makes the offer for the second time.. The movie ends without Mulan giving an answer, leaving the door open for a sequel.
Photo: Twitter DisneysMulan
This new film could focus on the female lead’s work as a member of the Emperor’s Guard, as well as deepen her relationship with Honghui. However, it is still too early to confirm a second part, as the film was released on September 4 and Disney will have to assess whether there is a benefit enough to continue the story.
Although the original 1998 film did not end with a cliffhanger, it did have a sequel in 2004. Despite the success of the first installment, the second part was a failure review that was released directly on DVD.
Mulan’s remake is directed by Niki Caro and starring Yifei Liu, Donnie Yen, Jason Scott Lee, Yoson An, and Jet Li. The production is available on Disney +.
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