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'Mulan' May Suffer In China Due To Coronavirus

'Mulan' May Suffer In China Due To Coronavirus

Disney's theme park business in China has been dramatically impacted by the coronavirus outbreak.

The company is preparing to release "Mulan" — its live-action remake of the beloved 1998 animated film.

The film cost $200 million to make and was expected to make big profits in China, but now it's unsure how it will do.

The country, which is also the world's second-biggest movie market has been thrown into turmoil by the public health crisis.

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