The Lion King was promoted with a new series of Tv spots with many classic scenes remade from the 2D version in 1994.
Only less than a month away, the Lion King (The Lion King) – the film promises to bring viewers back to childhood will be officially launched. Walt Disney also enlisted to promote the movie with a series of new Tv spots with many classic scenes remade from the 2D version of 1994.
The most impressive of these TV spots is the promotion called Can You Feel The Love Tonight ?, with the familiar soundtrack, famous for once being performed by male singer Elton John. In the clip also introduces new scenes like the fairytale love story of the monk from Simba (Donald Glover) and the Nala (Beyoncé) girl, or the deep lesson between father and son about the deceased ancestors watching them. From above, in the live action version Mufasa is still the actor James Earl Jones.
“Don’t worry, reinforcements have arrived!”
This is a funny line in the movie’s next TV spot, played by the geeky Timon (Billy Eichner) as he and Pumbaa (Seth Rogen) come to help Simba fight the evil uncle Scar. The scene of the two lions fighting against each other at the top of the pride of the sea of fire was also rebuilt vividly in the film.
Not only is a film predicted to be the next billion-grossing revenue in Disney’s 2019 Summer, the Lion King is also the first project in the field of cinema to open VR virtual reality film technology. Previously, back in 2009, James Cameron’s Avatar was the pioneering film for 3D film.