The Lion King Simba is back once again, after the live-action film he won last year based on the Disney animated film. Reports say that this time the film will also return as a live-action, but this time with a different and unexpected director. Curious? We too!
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The plot, partly influenced by the famous play “Hamlet”, conquered the world in the cartoon and also in 2019. Now “Deadline” magazine reported for the first time that a sequel will indeed happen, with the director of the film “Moonlight”, Oscar winner Barry Jenkins – which really surprises us (Given the nature of the movie “Moonlight”) but that does not mean it is not a good surprise.
In addition to Jenkins, Jeff Nathanson, who was also in charge of the script for the previous film, wrote the first draft of this script. The film will continue with the realistic image technology used by director John Fabre in the film from 2019 and the film “The Jungle Book” from 2016. Currently, the release date expected for the film is unknown and neither is the start date for filming. But after the previous film grossed $ 1.6 billion worldwide (!), It can be said that it is a high priority.
Details of the plot are currently kept secret, and it is not known if the film will be inspired by the animated sequel “The Kingdom of Simba”. But according to a “Deadline” report, the film will explore the mythology of the characters, and even go into a bit of Mopsa’s original story. In addition, the film may serve as both a sequel and a prequel, meaning that there will be continuity to the plot with a return to the memories of the past.
© Screenshot from the trailer
As for the actors, there is a reasonable possibility (plus) that Donald Glover and Beyoncé will once again be cast in the sequel as well, to dub the adult Simba and Nella. Makes sense following the success of the first live-action, that the actors will want to go back and play their characters, but this is not known yet.
This is definitely a very exciting report, especially during this period, and we just can not wait!
The Lion King © Photo: Courtesy of the Film Forum
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