Episode 686: The Best Summer Movie Preview We Could Manage

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  1. Julius says:

    Regarding Mulan, the more realistic approach might be good for the Chinese market, where more realistic Mulan movies have been the norm. I remember the press screening of Favreau’s Jungle Book where we were told that it was more of a new take on Kipling’s books than a remake. That turned out to be false, but with Mulan, I really hope that that is what they’re going for: not so much a remake as another big Mulan movie, that just happens to exist as a result of nostalgia for Disney’s first take on Mulan.

    Regarding The Painted Bird, doing it in Interslavic makes sense: the novel is set in an unspecified Slavic country.

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