Disney’s live-action Mulan remake has finally been released for fans to enjoy and many were delighted to stop a special cameo in the flick.
Actress Ming-Na Wen was the voice of Mulan in the original 1998 animation and, after growing up with her iconic voice in their ears, fans were thrilled to see she had a part in the new version.
Ming-Na makes her appearance near the end of the film where she plays and ‘Esteemed Guest’.
That guest is the one who introduces Mulan, played by Liu Yifei, to the Emperor after she defeated Bori Khan and saved the day.
Oh and Ming-Na’s daughter Michaela features in the scene as well. We’re not crying, you are!
The moving moment hit Disney+ viewers right in the feels as they flocked to Twitter to share their joy at the scene.
Speaking to USA Today, Caro explained: ‘We were very inspired by what Mushu brought to the animation, which was the humour and the levity, and the challenge was to bring that to Mulan’s real relationships with her fellow soldiers.
‘Mushu, beloved as that character is in the animation, was Mulan’s confidante, and part of bringing it into the live-action is to commit to the realism of her journey, and she had to make those relationships with her fellow soldiers.
‘So there was certainly a lot to work within that department.’
Disney’s Mulan is available to stream on Disney Plus.
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