Walking The Carpet At The Mulan World Premiere In LA

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I attended the Mulan Premiere last week — and it was totally magical! A carpet fit for a warrior — and a princess.

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Even though Mulan is not hitting theaters for a while now (unfortunately at this point we don’t even know when that will be), the premiere was in LA last week. I was thrilled to be a part of this magical night. One that was truly fit for a warrior, and a princess. The theming was on point, and I loved it all.

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The opening of the carpet was lined with shields and other warrior decor. Of course the carpet was red — the main color on the poster for both films. At the after party the food was also on theme — Chinese food that was delicious by the way. I don’t think I have ever eaten that many potstickers in one night before. YUM!

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Celebrity Sightings

The Mulan after party was buzzing with celebrities. I got all the cool mom points when I spent about 20 minutes chatting with members from the cast of ZOMBIES 2.

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Chandler Kinney (Willa, ZOMBIES 2), Carla Jeffery (Bree, ZOMBIES 1 & 2)

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Meg Donnelly (Addison, ZOMBIES 1 & 2)

They were the sweetest kids and we had a blast talking about the songs from the film, what we think might happen with Zombies 3, and even TikTok! 

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Lil Huddy

Speaking of TikTok, if you are on that app you know who Lil Huddy is. Well he was at the premiere as well and loved stopping to take a picture with the group of moms who knew who he was. 

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Matt Cornett (EJ, High School Musical: The Musical: The Series)

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Yoson An (Chen Honghui) from Mulan

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Alex Landi (Grey’s Anatomy)

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Crystal Rao (Young Mulan)

Disney's Live Action Mulan

About Mulan (2020)

To save her ailing father from serving in the Imperial Army, a fearless young woman disguises herself as a man to battle northern invaders in China.

Unfortunately since Mulan’s theatrical release has been postponed, my review must be postponed as well. At this time I don’t know when my full review will be available but I can tell you that the movie was magical. It was filled with girl power and I cannot wait to take my young daughters to see it.

I know it will inspire them to be strong women, and to stand up for what they believe in. It isn’t the animated version by any means — and that is OK. Trust me. It is worth the wait.

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