mulan dvd

Tag thingy

Rules: Answer the ten questions and tag ten people!

I was tagged by @milkycrouton

1. Last movie you watched on DVD: Mulan

2. Theatre: The Story of the Blue Planet (I recommend the book btw)

3. Last song you listened to: Sugar, We’re Going Down

4. Last book you read: I’m reading The Da Vinci Code atm?

5. Last thing you ate: Lays

6. If you could be anywhere right now, where would you be? Maybe in Japan with one of my favorite friends

7. First thing you would do with lottery money: idk maybe just buy tickets to Japan so I could go with the friend and also take her to a concert, probably a TØP concert

8. Fictional character you would want to hang out with: Teddy Lupin

9. What was the last fandom you joined: The phandom I think?

10. Time Right Now: 23:31

I tag @cinnabonanna and Key but I can’t tag you bc I don’t get Tumblr, and those are pretty much my only friends lol

Disney Developing Live-Action ‘Mulan’ (Exclusive)

“On the heels of the magical success of Disney’s live-action Cinderella, the studio is eyeing another live-action retelling: Mulan.

Disney bought a script by writing team Elizabeth Martin and Lauren Hynek that centers on the Chinese legend of Hua Mulan, the female warrior who was the main character in Disney’s 1998 animated film.

Chris Bender and J.C. Spink (We’re the Millers) are producing the new project.

The 1998 film, directed by Tony Bancroft and Barry Cook, followed a young woman who disguises herself as a man so she can take her father’s place in the army and go to war. With the help of her trusty dragon sidekick Mushu, she becomes a skilled warrior and, eventually, one of the country’s greatest heroines. It earned $304.3 million worldwide, earned Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations and resulted in a 2005 direct-to-DVD sequel, Mulan II.

Disney is also making a live-action retelling of Beauty and the Beast, starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens. Audra McDonald just joined the cast of the project, which will be directed by Bill Condon. It hits theaters on March 17, 2017. And in 2016 Disney will release a new version of The Jungle Book and the sequel to Alice in Wonderland. Finally, a live-action version of Dumbo, which will be helmed by Tim Burton, is also in the works.”

Read the full piece here