‘Mulan’ actress reveals why she was cast as Mulan
The cast of Mulan has revealed why she played the iconic Asian-American woman in the film, which was shot entirely in France and is set for release in 2018.
The film stars Channing Tatum as Mulana, an Asian-Chinese-American film star who was brought to America in 1894 to pursue her career in acting.
Her journey through the Hollywood system has been one of privilege and hard work.
“It’s so easy to make a career and be successful and live life on your terms and be comfortable,” she told The Hollywood Reporter.
“And so it’s such a privilege to do that.”
Mulan was based on the novel of the same name by Australian writer Margaret Atwood.
“I was in the writers room for a couple of weeks and they were like, ‘You know, we should make a movie about Mulan,'” Tatum told the publication.
“That’s the one thing we really didn’t know about her.
And so I went to [director] David Gordon Green and he said, ‘Manaan is really a character that’s in the book.
She has to have a white American wife.'”
She added, “It was like, okay, that’s it.
And I’ve got to go back and make another movie, so that’s why I was cast.
I wanted to make her a woman of colour.”
Tatum and Tatum have been friends for years, dating back to when she starred in the 1996 film The Devil Wears Prada.
In the film she plays a woman who has been married off to a white man.
“Manaon is so interesting because she’s the first person to come into my life,” Tatum said.
“She’s the very first person that I really bonded with.
And she’s also so smart.
She’s so smart, but she’s not as smart as you think.
She doesn’t think like you do.
And there’s so much going on in her life.
She does have a very unique background.”
Mulana and Tahan are seen on the red carpet at the Golden Globes in April.
(Getty Images) Tatum also said that he wanted to cast a white actress to play the character, because the film’s creators wanted to create a film about the “golden era” of Hollywood.
“We wanted to go to the golden era, when Hollywood was really diverse,” Tumasaid.
“The way the world is today, the way we see it, we can’t really do that anymore.”
“Mulana” is based on Atwood’s novel of a Chinese-American actress named Mulan who is brought to the United States to pursue a career in film.
Tatum, who is the author of the upcoming novel Mulan: A New Generation, was asked if he had any thoughts about the casting of a white woman to play Mulan.
“Well, I’m a white person, so it was a no-brainer,” he said.
Tumasi said that the film was also a collaboration between Tatum’s producers and his director.
“David Gordon Green, the creator of the film — he came to me and said, look, this is what we need, this story,” Tumi said.
“[He] wanted me to write a story and we had this wonderful story.
He wanted me in the room and I thought it was going to be interesting to make this movie.
So I did that.”
The movie is set in the 1930s, with Mulan living in New York City.
The story centers around the life of Mulana as she tries to make it in Hollywood as a film star.
The plot is set within the book, Mulan is an Asian woman with white American husband and two young children, and the book has a very specific set of characters.
“In Mulan, we really have these two white people who have been together for the majority of their lives,” Tahan said.
She added that she was “excited” about the role because she said that her first job in Hollywood was to write the script and write it well.
“So that was a huge part of it,” Tsumasaid, who added that it was “not something that you can put on paper.
He said that she told him about her work on the film and that the writers told her, “You have to be strong. “
All of the actors were really good and really talented,” Tumea said.
He said that she told him about her work on the film and that the writers told her, “You have to be strong.
You have to have all the confidence.
You must be the best.
You’ve got a really good story.
We’re going to make you a film.”
Tumashand said that his script, which is still being read, had a few “very funny lines” and that he had a “very specific vision for the film.” “So I felt