Voiced by talented and impressive actors and actresses, this movie is going to be a sure hit. Not to mention the amazing cinematography which really coincides with the old Lion King movie. Everybody will surely love it, young or old.
And who else can't forget the song "Can You Feel The Love Tonight"? Because I can't! This song was such a tearjerker and now that Beyoncé and Donald Glover made a remake of this song made it even more powerful. Beyoncé is going to be the voice of Nala and Donald Glover (also known as Childish Gambino) will be the voice of Simba.
Make sure you got your tickets ready because Lion King will be out in theatres this July 19, 2019. I can't wait to see it! Also, there's another song that our Queen, Beyoncé, is going to release. This new song, which was rumoured to be called "TBA" on the recently released tracklist of the movie, is going to be a part of the soundtrack. This is all getting too real for every Lion King fans to comprehend!
She is currently working with Lebo M. according to the Lion King director Jon Favreau. He also said that they are all working together to bring this music into a film where there's already an established musical personality to the piece. Talk about going "all out"!
I really admire the effort that Beyoncé is putting into this movie. We all love a Queen who brings something new into something old to make it much better. All we need to do is wait and see what she brings to our table and just enjoy and have fun! Every '80s and '90s baby will surely love it. I know I will.
Now, let's just wait for July 19 to come. You really have to see this movie with your friends, family, and loved ones. Hearing the intro of the trailer made me cry. How much more if we already see the masterpiece in the movie theatre? Many tears will surely be shed, no doubt about it.
It's also important that we get to reminisce our childhood days and remember what this movie is all about. It has changed our perspective and we learned a lot from this movie when we were young. It's time to make ourselves remember.
Another important fact that I have to share with you guys is that James Earl Jones is going to be the voice of Mufasa, again! Favreau saw Jones' return as "carrying the legacy across" the original film and the remake. He also felt that his change in voice tonality compared to the original film served the role well because he sounds like a king who has ruled for a long time.
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