If this report is accurate, Disney better be prepared for fans' first question to be "Where's 'Be Prepared'?" Elton John helped compose the soundtrack for the 1994 movie "The Lion King," and he talked to The Sun's Dan Wootton about the music for the 2019 live-action movie. Show More Summary
According to Elton John, the upcoming live-action remake of The Lion King may be leaving out one of the best songs from the original movie.
Elton John may be teaming up with Beyonce for the upcoming live-action The Lion King! The “Tiny Dancer” music legend confirmed the exciting news in an interview with The Sun. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Beyonce Elton is hoping to work with Bey, who will play Nala, on a brand new closing credits [...]
You didn’t think we’d get a whole new Lion King starring Beyoncé without a new song from Queen Bey, did you? Elton John has confirmed that he’s at work on a track for Bey (who’s playing Nala) to belt over the closing credits. “They need to have a new end ... More »
The 2019 film will contain four songs from the 1994 original.
That's right, Sir Elton John is diving back into the world of The Lion King for Jon Favreau's 2019 remake.
Disney’s The Lion King has one of the best musical soundtracks of any of their animated films. All of the songs were written by Broadway legend Tim Rice and classic rock icon Elton John, with the latter performing three of the signature songs for the soundtrack. Show More Summary
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Because The Lion King is Disney's greatest movie of all time - and potentially its best remake, as well - countless fans have taken their passion for Simba and company to the next level. People across the globe have tattooed Simba, Rafiki,...Show More Summary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Orv9OJDUnWM&feature=youtu.be Welker turns up in the credits of seemingly ever cartoon that involves precisely customized animal noises. Seeing him work is a lot of fun, claw gestures and all. "Great. Yeah, that was good."
I recently stumbled onto an online discussion about animated films, where somebody referred to The Lion King as having been inspired by Shakespeare’s classic play Hamlet. That was news to me, and it made me think about other films that I had belatedly learned were inspired by Shakespeare plays, such as 10 Things I Hate […]
After the gods flooded Hyrule in an attempt to halt Ganondorf’s evil intentions, the land was impassable to anybody wanting to travel the land by normal means. After being expelled from the Forsaken Fortress, Link was approached by The...Show More Summary
"What’s next—you and Ryan Gosling in 'The Birdcage'?"
While a guest on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Friday, Nathan Lane recalled the very kind, very un-Billy Eichner-like email he had received from the Billy on the Street host after the younger actor learned he had been cast in the upcoming Lion King remake. In turn, Lane wrote ... More »
Equal parts James Bond and The Lion King, with an awesome dash of Star Wars thrown in for good measure.
Donald Glover performed alongside young Simba actor J.D. McCrary at last night's 2018 Grammy Awards.
JD McCrary joined older Simba Donald Glover to sing (soooo well) at the 2018 Grammy Awards. Glover, aka Childish Gambino, performed "Terrified" at the Grammys Sunday night. Toward the end of his song, a young man joined him on stage and brought the house down. Show More Summary
There’s a Broadway story about “The Lion King.” Julie Taymor, the conceptualist genuis, first wanted, in Act 2, to take Simba and his crew to Las Vegas. After they picked their chins up off the floor, the Disney brass set about keeping the action in Africa, rather than on the Strip. It wasn’t that...
In the past year, Donald Glover has won Emmy Awards for his TV show (FX’s Atlanta) and now owns a Grammy Award for his musical moniker, Childish Gambino. He won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional R&B Performance on Sunday night for “Redbone,” and also performed during the telecast his song, “Terrified,” with an extra vocal assist […]
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