Disney's Mulan Live-Action Remake now have all Asian cast!
The live action Mulan film has scrapped Captain Shang for a new love interest
Let’s get down to business – Captain Li Shang is officially not going to be in the live actionMulan movie. Instead, he’ll be replaced by another love interest called Chen Honghui and we’ve finally gotten a look at who’s going to be playing him…and we’ll begrudgingly admit that he’s a cutie.
While Mulan previously fell in love with her squad leader Shang in the Disney film, she’ll be finding romance further down the ranks in Chen Honghui, a new recruit who becomes her staunch ally.The Hollywood Reporterdescribed him as a ‘confident and ambitious recruit’ in the same platoon as her, led by Mulan’s eventual mentor Commander Tung.
As for who’s playing Honghui? Well, say hello to New Zealander Yoson An.
Yoson is a relatively newcomer to the scene and this will be his first major Hollywood project. His previous screen credits includeCrouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destinyand the upcoming filmsThe MegandMortal Engines.
He’ll be joining a star-studded and primarily Asian cast, which includedRogue One: A Star Wars Story’s Donnie Yen as Commander Tung, Jet Li as the Emperor of China and Yifei Liu as Mulan. In the same casting announcement, two brand new characters were also revealed: a couple of con artists called Ramtish and Skatch played by Chum Ehelepola and Utkarsh Ambudkar respectively.
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