The Lion King TV Trailer Drops During The Oscars with All-New Footage

A New TV Spot Called A "Special Look" By Disney The Lion King at the Oscars ceremony last night. In recent years, Disney has made the most of its vast library of classic titles by rethinking many of these live-action tales for a modern audience and, until now, this strategy has borne fruit. This year, many classics will receive the remake, but this one is undoubtedly the most precious for those who grew up in the 90's. This last video reinforces this new take. Fortunately, we see unpublished images in this new spot that adds to the mystique of the first full trailer of the Lion King.

The brand new director Jon Favreau The lion king travels to the African savannah, where was born a future king. Simba idolizes his father, King Mufasa, and takes to heart his royal destiny. But everyone in the kingdom does not celebrate the arrival of the new little one. Scar, Mufasa's brother – and former heir to the throne – has his own plans. The Battle of Pride Rock is devastated by treason, tragedy and tragedy, eventually leading to the exile of Simba. With the help of a pair of recently found friends, Simba will have to find a way to grow and recover what is rightfully hers.

The cast includes mainly new voices, with Donald Glover (Simba) Beyonce (Nala), Chiwetel Ejiofor (Scar), John Kani (Rafiki), John Oliver (Zazu), Seth Rogen (Pumbaa), Billy Eichner (Timon), Alfre Woodard (Sarabi), Keegan-Michael Key (Kamari), Eric Andre (Azizi)) and Florence Kasumba (Shenzi) complete the main distribution. Amy Sedaris will also express a new character. More importantly, James Earl Jones will resume his iconic role as Simba's father, Mufasa. Jones is the only original actor to come back for the remake. But if only one of these original actors was going to make the cut, Jones is clearly the best choice.

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This is commonly referred to as {NEKCcu4391hnMR, although there was a debate about it. Even though these animals seem to be real and the landscape is real, everything is done with CGI. It's the same technology that Disney used to make its recent remake of The Jungle Book which featured real-life action elements, but consisted mainly of computer-generated images. Technically speaking, in the end, it's not a live action, but it will look like this. Jon Favreau, who also directed The Jungle Book and Iron Man occupies the director's chair. However, there have been concerns that this remake will be exactly the same movie with updated technology, assurances have been provided as long as this does not happen. It seems that the main story and much of what made the original a success will remain intact.

The Original Animated Version of 1994 of The Lion King was one of the most successful animated Disney projects in the 90s. has achieved unprecedented critical success and has reported an impressive $ 968 million worldwide, for a budget of only $ 45 million. Movies rarely see this kind of return these days, but at the time, it was almost unheard of. Nostalgia being a very powerful thing and the images we have seen so far are visually stunning, this remake is about to be such an important success. Disney is about to come out on July 19, the Lion King in the dark rooms. Be sure to watch the new trailer below.


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