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The Lion King is a 2019 American musical film directed and produced by Jon Favreau, written by Jeff Nathanson, and produced by Walt Disney Pictures. It is a photorealistic computer-animated remake of Disney’s traditionally animated 1994 film of the same name. The film stars the voices of Donald Glover, Seth Rogen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Alfre Woodard, Billy Eichner, John Kani, John Oliver, and Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, as well as James Earl Jones reprising his role from the original film. The plot follows Simba, a young lion who must embrace his role as the rightful king of his native land following the murder of his father, Mufasa, at the hands of his uncle, Scar.

Plans for a remake of 1994’s The Lion King were confirmed in September 2016 following box office successes for Disney remakes such as The Jungle Book (2016), which was also directed by Favreau. Favreau was inspired by certain roles of characters in the Broadway adaptation, and developed upon elements of the original film’s story. Much of the main cast signed in early 2017, and principal photography began in mid-2017 on a blue screen stage in Los Angeles. The “virtual-reality tools” utilized in The Jungle Book’s cinematography were used to a greater degree during filming of The Lion King. Composers Hans Zimmer, Elton John, and lyricist Tim Rice, all of whom worked on the original’s soundtrack, returned to compose the score alongside Knowles-Carter, who assisted John in the reworking of the soundtrack and wrote a new song for the film, titled “Spirit”, which she also performed. The film serves as the final credit for editor Mark Livolsi, and it is dedicated to his memory. With an estimated budget of around $260 million, it is one of the most expensive films ever made.

Cast

  • Donald Glover as Simba:
    A lion who is the crown prince of the Pride Lands. Glover said that the film will focus more on Simba’s time growing up than the original film did, stating that “[Favreau] was very keen in making sure we saw [Simba’s] transition from boy to man and how hard that can be when there’s been a deep trauma”.[7]

    • JD McCrary as young Simba.
  • Seth Rogen as Pumbaa:
    A slow-witted common warthog who befriends and adopts a young Simba after he runs away from home. Rogen said, “[a]s an actor, I […] don’t think I’m right for every role — there are a lot of roles I don’t think I’m right for even in movies I’m making — but Pumbaa was one I knew I could do well”.[8] Favreau encouraged Rogen and Timon’s Billy Eichner, who did their voice recordings together, to improvise a lot.[9]
  • Chiwetel Ejiofor as Scar:
    The treacherous brother of Mufasa, the brother-in-law of Sarabi, and the uncle of Simba who seeks to take the mantle of king of the Pride Lands. Ejiofor described Scar as more “psychologically possessed” and “brutalized” than in the original film.[8] Ejiofor said that “especially with Scar, whether it’s a vocal quality that allows for a certain confidence or a certain aggression, to always know that at the end of it you’re playing somebody who has the capacity to turn everything on its head in a split second with outrageous acts of violence – that can completely change the temperature of a scene”.[8] Ejiofor also said that “[Scar and Mufasa’s] relationship is completely destroyed and brutalized by Scar’s way of thinking. He’s possessed with this disease of his own ego and his own want”.[7] Favreau said of casting Ejiofor, “[He] is just a fantastic actor, who brings us a bit of the mid-Atlantic cadence and a new take on the character. He brings that feeling of a Shakespearean villain to bear because of his background as an actor. It’s wonderful when you have somebody as experienced and seasoned as Chiwetel; he just breathes such wonderful life into this character.”[1] When Jeremy Irons was interviewed on Larry King Now on November 30, 2016, he expressed interest in reprising the role.[10]
  • Alfre Woodard as Sarabi:
    The Queen of the Pride Lands, Mufasa’s wife, and Simba’s mother.
  • Billy Eichner as Timon:
    A wise-cracking meerkat who befriends and adopts a young Simba after he runs away from home. Eichner described Timon as “physically the smallest character, but he has one of the bigger personalities, and I love the combination of those two things. I kind of played into Timon, as I’ve done with many characters of mine, [the notion that] he might be small in stature but he has a huge sense of entitlement, which is always funny to play,” and that “when Timon speaks and when he’s quote-unquote ‘being funny,’ he’s very loud and boisterous, but [his] singing allows this vulnerable side, a slightly softer side, especially in ‘Can You Feel the Love Tonight’ and other moments.”[9] Eichner also talked about having “what some may consider a gay sensibility” that he brought to the table when he voiced Timon.[11]
  • John Kani as Rafiki:
    A wise mandrill who serves as the shaman of the Pride Lands, and a close friend of Mufasa’s.[12] Likening his role to that of a grandfather, Kani said, “Rafiki reminds all of us of that special wise relative. His wisdom, humor and his loyalty to the Mufasa dynasty is what warms our hearts towards him. [He’s] always happy and wisecracking jokes as lessons of life and survival.”[1]
  • John Oliver as Zazu:
    A red-billed hornbill who is the majordomo to the King of the Pride Lands. Speaking of his role, Oliver said, “I think Zazu is basically a bird who likes structure. He just wants things to be as they should be. I think there are British echoes there because we tend to favor structure in lieu of having an emotional reaction to anything.”[1]
  • Beyoncé Knowles-Carter as Nala:
    Simba’s childhood best friend and future love interest. According to Favreau, the character has a bigger role than in the original film.[13] Favreau felt that “part of [Beyoncé joining the film] is that she’s got young kids, part of it is that it’s a story that feels good for this phase of her life and her career, and she really likes the original very much. And then, of course, there are these wonderful musical numbers that she can be involved with, and my God… she really lives up to her reputation as far as the beauty of her voice and talent”.[8][14]

    • Shahadi Wright Joseph as young Nala. Joseph reprises her role from the Broadway production.[15] Joseph chose to work on the film because “Nala inspires little girls […] She’s a great role model”.[8]
  • James Earl Jones as Mufasa:
    The King of the Pride Lands, Sarabi’s husband and the father of Simba. Jones reprises his role from the original 1994 animated film. According to Favreau, Jones’ lines remain mostly the same from the original film.[8] Ejiofor said that “the comfort of [Jones reprising his role] is going to be very rewarding in taking [the audience] on this journey again. It’s a once-in-a-generation vocal quality”.[8][16] Favreau saw Jones’ return as “carrying the legacy across” the original film and the remake, and felt that his voice’s change in tonality compared to the original film “served the role well because he sounds like a king who’s ruled for a long time”.[17]
  • Florence Kasumba, Keegan-Michael Key, and Eric Andre voice Shenzi, Kamari, and Azizi: Three spotted hyenas who are Scar’s henchmen. While Shenzi is a character that was featured in the original 1994 animated film, Kamari and Azizi are the respective names of new characters loosely based on Banzai and Ed from the original film. The hyenas’ characterizations were heavily altered from the original film’s, as Favreau felt that they “had to change a lot” to fit the remake’s realistic style, stating that “[a] lot of the stuff around them [in the original film] was very stylised”.[ Kasumba elaborated, declaring that “Those hyenas were funny. These hyenas are dangerous.”[1]

Additionally, Penny Johnson Jerald voices Sarafina, Nala’s mother.[1] Amy Sedaris, Chance the Rapper, Josh McCrary, and Phil LaMarr voice a guinea fowl, a bush baby, an elephant shrew, and a topi (miscredited as an impala), respectively, Timon and Pumbaa’s neighbors in the oasis.[1][19] J. Lee voices a hyena that chases after Timon and Pumbaa.[1]

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Simba idolizes his father, King Mufasa, and takes to heart his own royal destiny on the plains of Africa. But not everyone in the kingdom celebrates the new cub’s arrival. Scar, Mufasa’s brother — and former heir to the throne — has plans of his own. The battle for Pride Rock is soon ravaged with betrayal, tragedy and drama, ultimately resulting in Simba’s exile. Now, with help from a curious pair of newfound friends, Simba must figure out how to grow up and take back what is rightfully his.

 

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