New Lion King a 'game changer'

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Last week, The Lion King shared the tracklisting for the upcoming soundtrack, but one track was mysteriously left untitled. But box office is king in the Hollywood pride, and so far Disney's remake experiments seem to be paying off with better margins when it comes to more modern stories being retold.

Director Jon Favreau's all-new "The Lion King" journeys to the African savanna where a future king is born.

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But early reviews said the overall result was a letdown, although most critics conceded the movie will perform well at the box office where some analysts are predicting an opening weekend of around $150 million when it arrives in North American theatres on July 19. The film is more of an emotional experience, and people will notice that lions in the film can emote. There is only one voice actor that has not changed in the 2019 live-action remake, and that is James Earl Jones as Mufasa. Alfre Woodard, John Oliver lend their voices for Sarabi and Zazu, respectively. This is shaping up to be yet another massive hit for Disney, but what else is new? Moreover, the live-action remake of Aladdin made a worldwide gross of around $920 million.

We think that Glover's style choice for Jimmy Kimmel Live! was the ideal nod to what is bound to become the movie of the summer box office! "Spirit, ' which also holds chances of being considered for Academy Awards is part of an album named "The Lion King: The Gift" that the 'Halo" singer is producing and performing herself along with the other artists, reported Fox News. The Lion King is getting approval from the critics as well as the audience from around the world. Additionally, there's also the new version of the nonsensical classic "Hakuna Matata" sung by Glover, Rogen, Eichner, and JD McCrary.

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