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- The Lion King is a musical about Simba the lion cub and his journey to adulthood and acceptance as King.
- The Lion King is the story of a young lion cub named Simba who struggles to accept the responsibilities of adulthood and his destined role as king.
- The Lion King was once considered a secondary project to Pocahontas, both of which were in production at the same time.
- The Lion King is a musical film, with songs written by composer Elton John and lyricist Tim Rice, and a film score by Hans Zimmer.
- The Lion King was originally called King of the Jungle during early stages of production.
- Kingdom Hearts II, a video game that features The Lion King as one of its worlds.
- LionKing.org is the world's largest, oldest archive of information and multimedia pertaining to Disney's 1994 hit The Lion King.
- A modern urban legend assesses that part of a scene was removed from the American version of The Lion King stage musical.
- With its newly enclosed theater, Festival of the Lion King is a great place to cool off.
- Jeremy Irons also has a full song named "Be Prepared" that takes part in the movie The Lion King.
- The lion king is a masterpiece of animation and it's entertaining, a must have.
- She was also among the "Lion King" composers and lyricists nominated that year for Best Original Musical Score.
- In the fourth of a series of columns, Rhett profiles Ellen Woodbury and her performance as supervising animator of Zazu from The Lion King.
- She is widely known for directing the stage musical, The Lion King, for which she became the first woman to win the Tony Award for directing a musical.
- I don't know what happened after the Lion King but they certainly went their separate ways.
- Every member of the creative team won Tony Awards for the physical production, and they reunite in London to recreate The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre.
- After besting The Lion King for London's coveted Olivier Award for Best Musical, the interest in this charming musical has greatly risen.
- Live entertainment includes the Festival of the Lion King, inspired by the Disney film, while cuisine caters for Western and Asian tastes.
- It was here that the Disney animators came to draw their inspiration for the Lion King - for many people the Borana landscape is Africa.
- Sun rises in the Savanna with the news that Mufasa, the Lion King of the jungle has got a cub.
- BRENDAN LEMON: In New York, people know you as a stage actor, but for the real of the world you're the voice of Timon in The Lion King.
- A running gag in the series involves Timon from The Lion King trying to eat him, but rescued by Pumbaa.
- Similar puppets were designed by Julie Taymor for The Lion King, derived in part from the parade tradition.
- For example, when Jeremy Irons's vocal chords became strained during the recording of the Lion King, Jim Cummings was called in to finish the recording.
- THE LION KING continues to reign as one of the most popular shows on Broadway and around the world.
- It is frequently alleged that The Lion King was based on Osamu Tezuka's 1960s animated series Kimba the White Lion, although the filmmakers deny this.
- In 1994, along with Tim Rice, he wrote the songs for the Disney animated film The Lion King.
- The circle of life" is a clever reincarnation term and is the name of one of the songs sung in "The Lion King" movie.
- In 1994, John collaborated with lyricist Tim Rice on songs for Disney's animated feature The Lion King.
- The original movie was remastered and, on October 7, 2003, released as The Lion King: 2-Disc Special Edition, part of Disney's Platinum Edition line of DVDs.
- The Lion King musical - Julie Taymor directs the stage adaptation of Disney's hugely successful animated film The Lion King.
- Beginning in June 2007, The Lion King Musical debuted its first ever performance on the African continent in Johannesburg.
- The Lion King musical is a spectacular showing of artistry, complete with elaborate costumes, puppets, and songs specially added for the musical.
- Disney also frequently referenced The Lion King in its own films and shows.
- Hiring Julie Taymor, known for her brilliant opera design, and bringing her to do the Lion King which does great things for Broadway and it lifts Disney up.
- Disney has also referenced The Lion King in its own films.
- Since debuting on Broadway a decade ago with Beauty and the Beast, Disney Theatrical has also presented two other current musicals, Aida and The Lion King.
- Disney has a long history of developing, producing, and distributing films such as Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and The Lion King.
- Aladdin, the Lion King, the Jungle Book, all made great platformers with graphics and sound that were true to the films.
- The story of The Lion King takes place in the fictional Pride Lands of Africa, where a lion rules over the other animals as king.
- In the sequel The Lion King II: Simba's Pride, Rafiki appears in the beginning again as the presenter of Simba and Nala's new-born cub Kiara.
- Animated films aimed at family audiences also regained their popularity, with Disney's Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and The Lion King.
- Her greatest acclaim as a director for the stage has come from the wildly popular musical The Lion King, a 1997 adaptation of the animated film of that name.
- From 1982-2000, as creative director at Serino Coyne Inc., he produced ad campaigns for some 300 Broadway shows, from A Chorus Line to The Lion King.
- Timon and Pumbaa are a fictional meerkat and warthog duo first introduced in Disney 's popular 1994 animated film The Lion King.
- Belle from Beauty and the Beast, Carpet from Aladdin, and Pumbaa from The Lion King can all be seen in one of the scenes.
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