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  1. First Critic Reactions for "Mulan"

                         
  2. Source In response, Hilarysus posted this to her story Disney's fear of normalizing the LGBT+ experience continues! Sorry to those holding out for "The Eternals"!
  3. Mulan — POSTPONED

    The film has been postponed until further notice due to coronavirus concerns.    
  4. Onward

         
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  6. "Frozen 2" Official Trailer #2

         
  7. And a Lizzie McGuire reboot   https://deadline.com/2019/08/lizzie-mcguire-sequel-revival-reboot-series-hilary-duff-star-disney-plus-terri-minsky-deal-disney-channel-1202702120/    
  8. "The Lion King" reviews are in...

    Lion King reviews are in. Rotten Tomatoes: 59%.  General critics consensus:  While it can take pride in its visual achievements,The Lion King is a by-the-numbers retelling that lacks the energy and heart that made the original so beloved--though for some fans that may just be enough. https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/the_lion_king_2019  
  9. Disney+ is coming, but how much will it shake the table? The entertainment giant announced the forthcoming streaming service earlier this year, but to coincide with the epic Avengers: Endgame, also announced were a few central shows, produced by Marvel Studios, featuring some of the supporting cast in standalone limited series. The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision, Loki and an untitled series centered around Hawkeye have been confirmed for the service within its first two years, bringing some of the lower-stated Avengers to the small screen. With streaming continuing to change the way entertainment media is consumed, do you think that the integration of such a popular franchise such as the Avengers could perhaps change the stigma regarding television as a stepping stone of sorts, as compared to the much more prolific and refined careers that silver-screen mainstays enjoy? Or will this perhaps only serve best for Disney's works, whose firm grip on several iconic brands and intellectual properties allow them to have more freedom in the level of quality they can bring to the table?