Hua Mulan, meet Fa Mulan! Disney’s live-action remake of Mulan dropped on Sept. 4, and followers will probably be pleased to know that there are some intelligent nods to the 1998 animated movie. Maybe one of the crucial thrilling comes on the very finish when Mulan (Liu Yifei) is being launched to the Emperor (Jet Li) to obtain thanks after saving him from the villainous Böri Khan (Jason Scott Lee). A girl in a lustrous inexperienced, pink, and golden robe formally presents the warrior on the palace, saying, “Your Imperial Highness, Hua Mulan.” That lady, credited as “Esteemed Visitor,” is none apart from Ming-Na Wen — the actress behind the voice of Disney’s unique Mulan!
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There’s even a particular look from Wen’s 19-year-old daughter, Michaela Zee. “After Ming-Na does her introduction, Mulan says one thing barely sudden just a few photographs later, and it cuts to the response of somebody who provides an ‘Oh my’ response. That’s Ming-Na Wen’s daughter,” producer Jason Reed advised Insider. Reed additionally revealed that the transient cameo was a problem to drag off since Wen was engaged on the ultimate season of Brokers of S.H.I.E.L.D. whereas they had been filming the film. Fortunately, they discovered scheduling, and Wen made her strategy to New Zealand to shoot the scene. There might need been some variations between the live-action model and the animated movie, however it’s good to see a passing of the sword from one Mulan to a different.