Mulan III is the sequel of Mulan and Mulan II. This movie has elements of Grimm's The Twelve Huntsmen, The Book of Esther and The Woman Warrior. It stars the voices of Ming-Na Wen, B.D. Wong, Harvey Fierstein, Pat Morita, Sandra Oh, Soon-Tek Oh, Gedde Watanabe, Lucy Liu, Lauren Tom, Freda Foh Shen, Russell Wong, Dan Castellaneta, April Winchell, John Cho, Bai Ling, Greg Baldwin, James Shigeta, James Hong, Mark Moseley, James Sie, Sab Shimono, Randall Dum Kim, and Frank Welker. A Walt Disney presentation. Coming on June 5th, 2026.


A few months after Mulan II, Fa Mulan must help a Chinese maiden named Wei Hua to save her father Wu Takashi, who is imprisoned in Japan. Reluctant at first, (because the Chinese and Japanese hate each other), Mulan later agreed and convince her friends Mei, Su, and Ting-Ting to join her (since their husbands were summoned by the Emperor, too). But to not let the Japanese Empire who they are, Mulan and her friends along with seven woman, disguise themselves as soldiers of the Imperial Army. During their mission, Wei Hua fell in love with the shogun's son, Ippei (who is a samurai), and discovers that she is half-Chinese and half-Japanese. After discovering a plan by an evil advisor, will Wei Hua, Mulan, and the others stop them at the cost of revealing who they are?


  • Lesson Number One (Redux)
  • A Man Worth Fighting For


  • Ming-Na as Fa Mulan (singing voice provided by Lea Salonga)
  • B.D. Wong as Shang
  • Lucy Liu as Mei

Gallery of recurring characters

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