Mulan's long-awaited debut in China has stumbled at the box office, bringing in just $23 million - around £17.8 million - over its opening weekend.
It’s a good week for both new films as well as mind-bending fiction, as the latest digital cinema offerings include a mixture of works that are expansive either in scope or in concept.
News that Disney is preparing to release its remake of Mulan on the Disney+ streaming service is a potential game-changer.
Cineworld has announced plans to reopen cinemas as several Hollywood blockbusters are due to be released.
The boss of Disney has said that more of its movies could circumvent cinemas as they remain shuttered around the world due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Disney makes sweeping changes to its upcoming slate of movies in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Bob Iger, the executive chairman and former CEO of Disney, has said that he won't be taking any of his salary during the coronavirus crisis.
Chinese authorities have re-opened a swathe of cinemas across the country, after cases of coronavirus have seemingly receded.
New York and Los Angeles have both taken the decision to close cinemas, to stop gatherings of people in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
The reactions are in for Disney's big-budget remake of Mulan, following its premiere in Hollywood last night.
Big-budget remake won't feature the character Shang, who trained and then romanced Mulan.