Disney’s ‘The Lion King’ Trailer Released

Disney’s ‘The Lion King’ Trailer Released

Disney has shared a brand new trailer for their upcoming live-action remake of The Lion King. The trailer showcases modest lion cub Simba run cross trails along with his terrifying uncle Scar (Chiwetel Ejiofor) and make new companions forever.

 

 

The trailer starts with Simba and Nala stepping into Scar's den where he sees him and his pet hyenas. At that point, viewers can see him with his father, Mufasa (played by James Earl Jones) who discloses to him what makes a genuine ruler. It is trailed by the well-known stampede scene and Scar's warning to child Simba never to come back to the pride.

Simba meets Zazu (voiced by John Oliver), Timon (Billy Eichner) and Pumba (Seth Rogen). It can be seen Simba growing up as he follows Timon and Pumba up the slope and down the valleys. The last scene from the trailer demonstrates Timon and Pumba singing their adorable melody: In the jungle.

 

 

With everything taken into account, The Lion King keeps on resembling a nearly shot for shot remake of the 1994 motion picture here, regardless of whether Disney says it is or not. In the meantime, the photorealistic creatures and settings keep on looking flawless, and it appears that chief Jon Favreau has just improved into all-CGI world and animals since he made Disney's The Jungle Book sequel three years prior. With Tim Burton's Dumbo retelling having earned an ordinary gathering up until this point and Guy Ritchie's Aladdin sequel creating a positively blended buzz in front of its release in May, it might tumble to The Lion King to be the redeeming quality of the Mouse House's cutting edge retellings in 2019. Up until now, however, it gives the idea that it ought to be capable.

The Lion King stars Donald Glover as the voice of adult Simba and Beyonce plays the adult Nala. Including a top pick voice cast, the film is a standout amongst the most very foreseen real-life Disney motion pictures.

The movie is directed by Jon Favreau and discharges on July 19.

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