“Lion King” is one of the amazing movies of Walt Disney that was first filmed on 1994 and now preparing for the surprising live-action remake in direction of Jon Favreau.
As confirmed by the company in a press release, The Walt Disney studios, and Director Jon Favreau are going to put some reformation of the upcoming movie, “The Lion King” to production. This follows the groundbreaking smash hit “The Jungle Book”, which also directed by Favreau, which debuted and has earned of almost $1 billion worldwide.
One of the evidence which proved that Favreau is going to make his new project of the remake, shared the news in the social media Instagram.
James Earl Jones and Donald Glover among with others, will be the voices of the main characters, and will give life to the remake of “The Lion King” directed by Jon Favreau. Jones was originally voiced Simba’s father, will come back to cover the role. On behalf of Jonathan Thomas, the former Simba in its 1994 film, will replace by Donald Glover. Glover who will take place the Simba’s role, just won two Golden Globes from the movie “Atlanta”.
In 2016, According to WGNtv.com, “The Lion King” dominated for being in the topmost as Disney’s highest-rated film of a smart rating 95.61, though it was released 22 years ago, we still reminisce the enduring adventure of Simba and the teaching of his friends Timon and Pumbaa about the song “Hakuna Matata”. We also remember the heartbreaking part of the story when Simba’s father fell to death.
The “Lion King” on 1994, one of the highest grossing films of all time, which indeed won both Academy and Grammy Awards for its achievement in music and a Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture in comedy and music, at the same time, it’s stage production is the third longest-running show on Broadway.
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