Mulan: Cast And Character Guide To Disney's Live-Action Epic





CAST AND CHARACTER GUIDE



Disney’s live-action Mulan is on it's way to ODEON, bringing with it sweeping battles, mind-bending fight choreography and an impressive cast.

Explore our character guide above to find out more about the actors bringing the beloved 1998 animation into the real world.

Mulan character poster for Liu Yifei’s Mulan.

Liu Yifei is

MULAN


Who is Liu Yifei?

Also known as Crystal Liu, Liu Yifei is a Chinese actress, model and singer. She was chosen from 1,000 hopefuls, across five different continents, in a casting search that went on for over a year!

Who is Mulan?

A feminist Disney hero, who director Niki Caro says “explores gender fluidity”, Mulan masquerades as a man in order to join the Imperial army, risking everything to become one of China’s greatest warriors.

The Ballad of Mulan has been a part of Chinese folklore since the 12th century and Hua Mulan’s story has been told and retold ever since then.

Mulan character poster for Jet Li’s The Emperor.

Jet Li is

THE EMPEROR


Who is Jet Li?

Jet Li was at the heart of the kung-fu movie boom in the 80s and 90s. He has won five national medals in the Chinese national sport of wushu, his first aged just 11. He’s been an outstanding force of nature in everything from Romeo Must Die (2000) and Hero (2002) to Fearless (2006) and the Expendables films.

Who is The Emperor?

The Emperor of China is wise and benevolent. When he orders one male from each household to be drafted into the army to defeat the Huns, it sets Mulan’s journey in motion as she steps up to take her ailing father’s place.

Mulan character poster for Donnie Yen’s Commander Tung.

Donnie Yen is

COMMANDER TUNG


Who is Donnie Yen?

Known for starring in the IP Man franchise, and more recently as Chirrut Îmwe in Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Donnie Yen also works as an action director and fight choreographer.

Who is Commander Tung?

Leader of the Imperial regiment, Commander Tung is Mulan’s mentor and teacher, who quickly realises her potential.

Tung is a brand new character, who didn’t appear in the 1998 animated classic.

Mulan character poster for Gong Li’s Xian Lang.

Gong Li is

XIAN LANG


Who is Gong Li?

Gong Li has appeared in a number of global hits including Memoirs Of A Geisha in 2005 and Miami Vice in 2006. She’s so popular the Red Hot Chili Peppers named a song after her on their album Californication.

Who is Xian Lang?

Xian Lang is a powerful witch with shape-shifting abilities. The main villain of the movie, she is a new character replacing Shan Yu from the Disney animation.

She introduces a notion of magic that wasn’t present in the animated version (unless you count Mushu, of course).

Mulan character poster for Yoson An’s Cheng Honghui.

Yoson An is

CHENG HONGHUI


Who is Yoson An?

Another martial arts master, the New Zealand actor has previously appeared in Netflix’s Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2016), The Meg (2018) and Mortal Engines (2018). He also holds a black belt in karate.

Who is Cheng Honghui?

Cheng Honghui is a new character developed for the Mulan live-action reimagining. He is another ambitious recruit in Tung’s unit, who becomes Mulan’s ally and later her love interest – taking the place of Li Shang from the animated original.

Mulan character poster for Jason Scott Lee’s Bori Khan.

Jason Scott Lee is

BORI KHAN


Who is Jason Scott Lee?

Jason Scott Lee starred in Disney’s 1994 live-action remake of The Jungle Book and is also known for portraying martial arts superstar Bruce Lee (no relation) in Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story.

Who is Bori Khan?

Bori Khan is a villainous leader of the Hun warriors, determined to avenge his father’s death.

He aligns himself with Xian Lang to become the movie’s second powerful villain, and Mulan’s enemy. Cue a battle of epic proportions…


Mulan - coming soon to ODEON, Disney's classic comes to life...

When the Emperor Of China decrees that ‘every family must contribute one man’ to fight brutal Hun invaders, a young woman pretends to be a boy in order to take the place of her ailing father.

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