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Mulan's Trailer is Out and OMG

I AM SO EXCITED.

She is so freaking beautiful :')

and more than a little bad ass!

Who else can't wait?!

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This is my favorite disney movie and she's my favorite princess/heroine. About all the remakes I sorta wish they were like the movies where theres songs and it's more comedic but this still looks really great.
yasss this is my favorite movie of all time I cant wait!!!!!!!!!!!
I saw this and I can't wait till it comes out!!!!
I loved the songs but I understand the changes! So excited~
I'm already obsessed seriously
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