The Lion King : the new trailer for the hugely impressive reveals, Timon, Pumbaa, Nala and Scar

The Lion King : the new trailer for the hugely impressive reveals, Timon, Pumba, Nala and Scar

On the 17th of July next, Simba comes to life in the cinema with the remake of the cartoon cult The Lion King. And we do not hide from you that we can’t wait to discover the film dubbed into VO by Donald Glover, BeyoncĂ© or even James Earl Jones ! The teaser we had already given a glimpse astonishing, and the new trailer, unveiled Wednesday, reinforces our idea. Check out the pictures where you can see the Scar, Nala, Timon and Pumbaa, and even have a short preview of a musical moment.

After Cinderella, beauty and The Beast or, more recently, Dumbo, Disney is preparing other remakes adapted from his cartoons, the most significant. Among them ? Mulan is scheduled for 2020, Aladdin, which will be released on may 22, but also – and especially – The Lion King. 25 years after the release of the cartoon, the remake directed by Jon Favreau (who has previously adapted the jungle book) will he be up to ?

New images bluffantes

It is in any case very good party ! The first teaser for the Lion King, unveiled in November last year had impressed the viewers and the new images could do the same. One can in particular discover more about the universe created by Jon Favreau and on the cult characters from the movie such as the evil Scar and his hyenas, Nala, Timon or Pumbaa. The trailer also takes a few shots cults of the original film, enough to satisfy all nostalgic !

Timon and Pumbaa push the song

Bonus end-of-video : a first glimpse of a song… but not the movie ! You can hear Timon (doubled in VO by Billy Eichner) and Pumbaa (Seth Rogen) and hummed a few notes of the title The lion is dead this evening. The songs in the history of life, Hakuna Matata, love shines under the stars and I would already be king will be present in the film but rumors suggested that Be ready, the title sung by Scar, could be deleted.

The Lion King is released in cinemas on July 17.


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