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Disney’s new trailer for “The Lion King” well-knownshows Beyoncé’s voice as Nala for first time

Disney's new trailer

For Beyoncé fans who just could not wait to listen the star’s portrayal of Nala in “The Lion King” — be prepared. Disney just dropped a brand new trailer for its stay-action model of the classic animated flick and it features her voice for the first actual time.
The 30-second long trailer heavily showcases the performer’s take on the liked character, commencing with a shot of the mountains and a pc-generated Nala talking to Donald Glover’s Simba.

“Simba,” Beyoncé’s lioness says. “you need to take your area as king.” As she speaks the line, the video jumps to action photographs of Simba running thru the jungle and striding on what seems to be the famous pleasure Rock.

As scenes from the movie preserve to roll, Nala is heard in a voiceover: “We want you,” she says at the same time as different extraordinary characters from the film seem onscreen, consisting of Chiwetel Ejiofor’s menacing Scar and John Kani’s mild Rafiki.

The majority of the trailer concludes with Nala really pleading, “come home” as the shot lands on a complete-grown Simba rising from the darkness. Billy Eichner’s Timon and Seth Rogen’s Pumbaa additionally make a comical appearance at the very stop.
The video become posted at the legit Twitter account of “The Lion King” on Monday afternoon, as well as on Beyoncé’s YouTube channel. The video is captioned, “you need to take your place as king. #TheLionKing.” It has garnered greater than 2 million views and more than 18,000 retweets as of overdue Monday.

The a great deal-predicted movie’s first complete-period trailer became dropped in April, whilst a teaser trailer turned into published months in advance in November 2018.

The film is projected to dominate at the box office whilst it premieres July 19 with its big name-studded solid. Comedians Keegan-Michael Key, John Oliver and Eric Andre are also featured in the film. Alfre Woodard voices Sarabi, Simba’s mother, and James Earl Jones reprises his role as Mufasa.

The film will hit theaters 25 years after it became first launched. Jon Favreau, who directed the stay-action version of “The Jungle e book,” is at the helm of the soon-to-be hit.

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