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Mulan. The film will finally be available for free to French Disney +
subscribers © Frederic J. BROWN / AFP. On March 9, 2020, Chinese-American actress Yifel Chinese-American actress Yifei Liu attends the world premiere of Disney's "Mulan" at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. French Disney + subscribers will be able to see “Mulan” without paying extra, unlike users in other countries. They will have to wait, however, while the live-action feature film will be available from September 4 on other markets.
It's 2020 andand are acting together again.
Their virtual onscreen reunion went down at the Dane Cook Presents Feelin' A-Live: Fast Times at Ridgemont High table read, with host Dane Cook bringing together a cast of A-listers to reenact the 1982 classic.
During the event, Aniston and Pitt played Linda Barrett and Brad Hamilton, appearing on screen together for the first time since their 2005 divorce.
'Mulan' cinematographer is happy fans will finally get to see the movie even if it means they're watching it from home
Mandy Walker tells Insider she's just happy for fans to see the adaptation, whether they watch it in theaters or from the comfort of their homes."I'm just excited that people can see it," Walker told Insider.
The two actors shared a hilarious moment in the script in which the character of Brad has a sexual fantasy about Linda, resulting in a live reading between the two exes that caused laughs by everyone.
Also featured in the live table read was Cook as Mark "Rat" Ratner,as Mr. Hand, as Charles Jefferson, as Mr. Vargas, as Spicoli, as Mike Damone, as Stacy Hamilton, as a delivery driver, reading stage directions and as all other characters.
Before the table read began, the A-list crew shared a few nervous laughs with Kimmel saying, “Break a leg everybody. Your career is riding on this.”
Historian: I watched 'Mulan' so you don't have to (opinion)
Kelly Hammond, a historian of China and East Asia, explains why she found Disney's live-action film 'Mulan' to be a 'boring, drab and inaccurate mess.'With the new live-action version of "Mulan," Disney missed the mark with viewers in China and the United States. How did they mess this up so badly? There are numerous controversies surrounding the film's release, but most of them do not even have to do with the fact that the movie itself is a boring, drab and inaccurate mess. Although the story is well known around the world, the live-action movie is slow, repetitive, and lacking in any substantial character development.
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His comment raised a few laughs, with someone saying, "This is going to be fantastic."
LaBeouf played the main character, Spicoli — a role previously played by Penn in the film — complete with a cigarette and a shirtless debut as his character.
His performance roused laughs and wide grins from the cast, in particular Penn and Pitt, 56, who has previously worked with LaBeouf in the 2014 film Fury.
At the end of the reading, the actors applauded each other, with Kimmel jokingly asking, "Can we just take it from the top and do it one more time?"
Roberts also congratulated Freeman for his reading, saying, "Morgan Freeman, you’re the MVP!"
DWTS: Carole Baskin gets eliminated after samba to The Lion King song
The 59-year-old big-cat rights activist went from Tiger King to The Lion King on Monday during Disney Night on Dancing With The Stars. The 59-year-old big-cat rights activist became the second star to be eliminated after a weak samba with pro partner Pasha Pashkov, 35, to Circle Of Life from Disney's 1994 animated film The Lion King.Carole and Pasha wore top-notch lion costumes and full hair and makeup to add leonine features, but stiff dancing landed them at the bottom of the leaderboard with just 12 points out of a possible 30 for their routine.
Pitt and Aniston, 51, were married from 2000 to 2005, and havethrough the years which culminated in a friendly greeting backstage at the Screen Actors Guild Awards earlier this year.
The fundraiser benefitted relief efforts amid the ongoing, with proceeds going toward Penn's nonprofit and .
Cook spoke to PEOPLE before the big night, explaining why he wanted to put such a huge event on as people around the world still struggled with the novel coronavirus pandemic.
"It's hard to not have those really great, dare I say, holy s—, entertainment moments, which we have summer to summer — the big movie or the big moment. And when I didn't see that was happening, when I started seeing the films that I was anticipating most move out of the summertime spot, I thought, man, wouldn't it be great if somehow, someway we could still create a version of that moment? And I think we have the chance to do that, which is so damn cool."
A new 'Lion King' sequel is officially in the works with Oscar-winning director Barry Jenkins
Deadline reports that the second film will explore Mufasa's origin story. The first animated remake made $1.6 billion worldwide at the box office.Jenkins, who wrote and directed the 2016 best picture winner "Moonlight," will direct the sequel. The first-remake's screenwriter Jeff Nathanson is returning to write the new movie, as well. Deadline's Mike Fleming Jr. reports that "the story will further explore the mythology of the characters, including Mufasa's origin story.
As for how the cast came together, Cook told PEOPLE, "I threw out a bunch of names originally, and was fortunate enough to get a couple of those names pretty quickly. I mean, Jennifer Aniston was lovely and was so gung-ho. Julia Roberts came in within that first week or two, and within 10 days, I knew that this could go the distance. In terms of casting and how we wanted it to come together, there's some expectation of what kind of person should be playing this role or that role, but truly it was about, let's really try to break up the diversity, and let's be unexpected. You know, a live read is a celebration of the written story."
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Pixar's 'Soul' story team only learned their movie was going to Disney Plus a few hours before news broke .
Previously, the directors told Insider they wanted people to see it in theaters. "We want people to see this movie in a safe way," they added."We found out about it literally three hours ago," story artist Aphton Corbin told Insider Thursday, an hour after the news broke.