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PostPosted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 5:06 pm 
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This. You've basically taken what I've been saying to my friends since the live-action Aladdin came out. Disney, once again, doesn't seem to understand the importance their Classic Villains have played in these films' legacies. If Melissa McCarthy is cast as Ursula, I fully expect them to f**k that character up, too. It's pretty f**king sad that this film devoted more time to showing us how Simba's hair got pooped out by a giraffe to float on the wind to Rafiki than it did to Be Prepared. What. The. Hell.

All this being said... I loved this film's Zazu. Seriously, he was the stand out for me.

You have such a point about the fact that Simba's hair gets more screentime than even Be Prepared. I didn't even realize that until you said it. I expect Cruella will be ruined in her upcoming live-action "origin" film too since they're already making it sound like she's a misunderstood character. Has Disney forgotten what film critic Roger Ebert said that "each film is only as good as its villain," because I was just watching one of their DVD bonus features the other day and they specifically mention that.


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I liked the movie. I don’t know why it exists (well, besides money), but I liked it. Not as good as the original, not something I expect I’ll return to as often as the original— but a not embarrassing remake with some pretty great performances (Eichner!) and stunning photorealistic animals.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 18, 2019 12:24 am 
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Just saw it and... yikes. The best part was the logo. It is pointlessly pointless. I don't think they could have done something more devoid of soul if they were trying to.


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Listening to TLK: The Gift right now (I admit I skipped the interludes), and I don't mind it for what it is. "Otherside" is really beautiful. I love that one and "Keys to the Kingdom," and I like "Bigger," "Find Your Way Back," and "Water," too, and "Spirit" of course. "Brown Skin Girl" is alright, although I'd put it below those others. Blue Ivy ending it was cute; reminds me of how P!nk's daughter sung the reprise to "A Million Dreams" on The Greatest Showman: Reimagined album.

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 21, 2019 1:13 pm 
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Disney is releasing the songs on Vinyl on October 11th. The cover is really nice. Much better than the one the soundtrack got.

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Yes, that's not a bad cover.


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Hakuna Matata (In 28 Languages)
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Box Office: 'Lion King' Bites Into Another Milestone, Crosses $500M in U.S.
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It's really frustrating when you encounter such drivel, especially when it's coming from professionals in the industry. Animation is a medium, not a style or a feeling. It's not constricted to caricature; it can do literally anything. The possibilities are limitless. People need to stop trying to fit this incredibly rich and diverse medium into a box based on design or technique. Saying photorealistic animation is not animation is not only factually incorrect, it's insulting.

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The team also addressed the much-discussed topic of whether the movie should be described as animation. "I don't consider it an animated movie," says Legato. "The term 'animation' has a connotation that is different from what we are trying to achieve. It is a controversial discussion. We set out to make a live-action film. It looks like live-action. It's responding to the intuitive nature of filmmakers." He concludes, "That's not really animation in the classic sense."
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"Can You Feel the Love Tonight" full song clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZr-VTULYQ8

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It's really frustrating when you encounter such drivel, especially when it's coming from professionals in the industry. Animation is a medium, not a style or a feeling. It's not constricted to caricature; it can do literally anything. The possibilities are limitless. People need to stop trying to fit this incredibly rich and diverse medium into a box based on design or technique. Saying photorealistic animation is not animation is not only factually incorrect, it's insulting.

I agree. I don't know why they insist on trying to convince us that the film is live action. I think the public doesn't mind too much whether it's live action or animation. And they can't fool them anyway; anybody can see it's CG.


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PostPosted: Sun Sep 01, 2019 3:25 pm 
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D82 wrote:
"Can You Feel the Love Tonight" full song clip.

More like "Can You Hear Beyonce Today". :P

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I don't know why they insist on trying to convince us that the film is live action. I think the public doesn't mind too much whether it's live action or animation. And they can't fool them anyway; anybody can see it's CG.

Perhaps they're doing so to convince Oscar voters the film belongs in the VFX category and not in the animation one.

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 01, 2019 5:25 pm 
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D82 wrote:
"Can You Feel the Love Tonight" full song clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZr-VTULYQ8

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It's really frustrating when you encounter such drivel, especially when it's coming from professionals in the industry. Animation is a medium, not a style or a feeling. It's not constricted to caricature; it can do literally anything. The possibilities are limitless. People need to stop trying to fit this incredibly rich and diverse medium into a box based on design or technique. Saying photorealistic animation is not animation is not only factually incorrect, it's insulting.

I agree. I don't know why they insist on trying to convince us that the film is live action. I think the public doesn't mind too much whether it's live action or animation. And they can't fool them anyway; anybody can see it's CG.

You give the general public too much credit. I know people who thought only some things were CG. I think they thought at the very least the environments were real. And possibly some of the animals even.


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Sotiris wrote:
It's really frustrating when you encounter such drivel, especially when it's coming from professionals in the industry. Animation is a medium, not a style or a feeling. It's not constricted to caricature; it can do literally anything. The possibilities are limitless. People need to stop trying to fit this incredibly rich and diverse medium into a box based on design or technique. Saying photorealistic animation is not animation is not only factually incorrect, it's insulting.

Preach, brother.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 02, 2019 9:31 pm 
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Sotiris wrote:
More like "Can You Hear Beyonce Today". :P

:lol: That's a more fitting title.

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Perhaps they're doing so to convince Oscar voters the film belongs in the VFX category and not in the animation one.

I hadn't thought of that. Yes, that must be the reason.

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You give the general public too much credit. I know people who thought only some things were CG. I think they thought at the very least the environments were real. And possibly some of the animals even.

Well, it's true; some people may think the backgrounds are real. But I think the majority can tell the animals are CG.


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Most are probably familiar with how they made the movie by stepping into a VR-world and shooting it as live action. Would like to see Pixar use the same approach for one of their features just for fun.

But they also used real cameras and drones that "filmed" the virtual world, allowing them to see on their monitors to see what the cameras were filming. But what drones are concerned, wouldn't it work just as good with augmented reality glasses, so you can film panorama scenes from the air without worrying about physical obstacles like the walls and ceiling? You would control it like a real drone, and you would see the virtual drone in the real world if you feel the need for it. Perhaps that's gonna be the next step.

Anyone who knows how many that were involved in the moviemaking? Not those working behind the scenes by developing software and tools, but the animators, directors and camera teams during the actual "shooting". Ed Catmull once said his ideal version of the team who was working on the movie was about 100. At least Lion King seems to have had less than that. Even if a traditional CGI-movie is still different from a live-action simulated movie.


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The Lion King Remake Concept Art Offers Alternative Takes & Cartoon Accurate Scar
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That design for Scar is so much better. It's closer to how Scar looks in the original while remaining photorealistic. Why didn't they go with that one? What happened?

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Thanks for posting! I agree that Scar looks so much more like the animated counterpart, not to mention far more memorable, in the concept art. Maybe he was harder to animate realistically though.


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Trailer for the blu-ray and press release!

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BURBANK, Calif. (Sept. 16, 2019) — Be prepared: Disney’s “The Lion King,” the worldwide phenomenon that brought the Pride Lands’ iconic characters to life in a whole new way, arrives on Digital in HD and 4K Ultra HD™ and Movies Anywhere Oct. 11 and physically on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray™ and DVD Oct. 22. Directed by Jon Favreau, the summer blockbuster, which reigned supreme with audiences worldwide — earning over $1 billion at the global box office and an A CinemaScore — journeys home with all-new bonus features, music videos and an exclusive extra for Digital consumers.

In-home audiences will feel the love as they trek behind the scenes and to the African savanna through “The Journey to ‘The Lion King,’” a three-part documentary that explores the film’s creation. It features visits to the Playa Vista production facility where talent, including Donald Glover (voice of Simba) honor and elevate the animated classic’s iconic music; discussions with Favreau and team who used cutting-edge technology to create photorealistic animals and environments; and filmmaker and cast reflections on the timeless tale that has moved generations. Extras also include “More to Be Scene,” layer-by-layer progressions of some of the film’s most iconic moments; lyric video for “Never Too Late” by Elton John and music video for “Spirit” by Beyoncé; sing-alongs to the film’s unforgettable songs; and a feature on the “Protect the Pride” campaign, which focuses on protecting and revitalizing the lion population.

Consumers who pre-purchase “The Lion King” digitally will gain access to “Perfecting the Pride,” a feature highlighting the filmmakers’ research trip to Africa.

The digital version includes an extra that playfully conveys the importance of the dung beetle both in the film and the African savanna.

In “The Lion King,” pioneering filmmaking techniques bring treasured characters to life in a whole new way. Simba idolizes his father, King Mufasa, and takes to heart his own royal destiny. But not everyone in the kingdom celebrates the new cub’s arrival. Scar, Mufasa’s brother — and former heir to the throne — has plans of his own. The battle for Pride Rock is ravaged with betrayal, tragedy and drama, ultimately resulting in Simba’s exile. With help from a curious pair of newfound friends, Simba will have to figure out how to grow up and take back what is rightfully his. The all-star cast includes Donald Glover as Simba,Beyoncé Knowles-Carter as Nala, James Earl Jones as Mufasa, Chiwetel Ejiofor as Scar, Seth Rogen as Pumbaa and Billy Eichner as Timon.

“The Lion King” will be packaged and released in several different formats, ensuring each member of your family can view the film on a variety of different devices with no worries. Viewers can watch the film in Digital 4K Ultra HD, HD and SD, and bring home a physical copy of the film which will be released as an Ultimate Collector’s Edition (4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray and Digital Code), a Multi-Screen Edition (Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Code) and a single DVD.


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PRE-SELL BONUS:
Perfecting the Pride – Join the filmmakers on their research trip to Africa as they immerse themselves in the real world of “The Lion King.” From the animals in the pride, to the smallest of insects and the grasslands in the savanna, experience the attention to detail that brought the film to life.

DIGITAL EXCLUSIVE:
Pride Lands Pedia —Dung beetle shares the importance of his “roll” in the African Savanna in a fun, bug’s eye view of the land and its inhabitants.

BLU-RAY & DIGITAL BONUS:
The Journey to “The Lion King” –
The Music – Go inside the studio with the cast and crew as they work to honor and elevate The Lion King’s beloved music.
The Magic – Discover how the filmmakers blended the traditional filmmaking techniques with virtual reality technology to create amazing movie magic.
The Timeless Tale – Filmmakers and cast reflect on the story that has moved generations and share how this Lion King carries a proud legacy forward.
More to Be Scene – Recording studio and layer-by-layer progressions of some of most iconic moments in “The Lion King.”
“Circle of Life” – Peel back the layers of effects and go behind the scenes of this iconic musical moment from the film
“I Just Can’t Wait to Be King” – See all the effects, talent and fun that went into creating this vibrant version of “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King” for the movie
“Hakuna Matata” – Join Donald Glover (Simba), Seth Rogen (Pumbaa) and Billy Eichner (Timon) in the studio for the making of this memorable scene.
Music Videos
“Never Too Late” (lyric video) by Elton John
“Spirit” performed by Beyoncé Knowles-Carter
Filmmaker Introduction
Audio Commentary – By Director Jon Favreau.
Song Selection
“Circle of Life”
“I Just Can’t Wait to be King”
“Be Prepared”
“Hakuna Matata”
“The Lion Sleeps Tonight”
“Spirit”
“Never Too Late”
Protect the Pride –Director Jon Favreau, the Lion Recovery Fund and conservationists highlight efforts to protect the majestic lions and their home.

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:
Product SKUs: 4K Ultra HD (4K UHD+Blu-ray+Digital Code),
Multi-screen Edition (Blu-ray+DVD+Digital Code),
DVD, Digital 4K UHD, HD, SD and On-Demand
Feature Run Time: Approximately 118 minutes
Rating: PG in U.S. (bonus material not rated), PG in CE, G in CF
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
Audio: UHD Blu-ray = English Dolby Atmos; English 2.0 Descriptive Audio; Spanish, German, Italian and French 7.1 Dolby Digital Plus
Blu-ray = English 7.1 DTS-HDMA, English 2.0 Descriptive Audio, Spanish and
French 5.1 Dolby Digital
DVD = English, Spanish and French 5.1 Dolby Digital, English 2.0 Descriptive Audio
UHD Digital = English Dolby Atmos (some platforms); English, Spanish and French 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital; English Descriptive Audio 2.0 Dolby Digital (some platforms)
HD Digital = English, Spanish and French 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital; English Descriptive Audio 2.0 Dolby Digital (some platforms)
SD Digital = English, Spanish and French 5.1 & 2.0 Dolby Digital; English Descriptive Audio 2.0 Dolby Digital (some platforms)
Languages/Subtitles: UHD Blu-ray = English SDH, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Swedish and Spanish
Blu-ray = English SDH, French and Spanish
DVD = English SDH, French and Spanish
Digital = English SDH, French and Spanish
Closed Captions: English (DVD and Digital)



“THE LION KING” CAST AND CREW:
“The Lion King” stars Donald Glover (“Atlanta,” “Solo: A Star Wars Story”) as future king Simba, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter (“Dreamgirls,” “Lemonade” visual album) as Simba’s friend-turned-love-interest Nala, and James Earl Jones (“Rogue One: AStar Wars Story,” “Field of Dreams”) as Simba’s wise and loving father, Mufasa, reprising his iconic performance from Disney’s 1994 animated classic. Chiwetel Ejiofor (“12 Years a Slave,” Marvel Studios’ “Doctor Strange”) portrays Simba’s villainous uncle Scar, and Alfre Woodard (“Juanita,” Marvel’s “Luke Cage”) plays Simba’s no-nonsense mother, Sarabi. JD McCrary (OWN’s “Tyler Perry’s The Paynes,” Apple’s “Vital Signs”) voices Young Simba, a confident cub who can’t wait to be king, and Shahadi Wright Joseph (NBC’s “Hairspray Live!” Broadway’s “The Lion King”) brings tough cub Young Nala to life.

John Kani (Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther,” “Coriolanus,” Marvel Studios’ “Captain America: Civil War”) is the wise baboon Rafiki, and John Oliver (HBO’s “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,” Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”) was tapped as hornbill Zazu, Mufasa’s loyal confidant. Seth Rogen (“Sausage Party,” “Neighbors”) lends his comedic chops to naive warthog Pumbaa, and Billy Eichner (“Billy on the Street,” FX’s “American Horror Story”) delivers the know-it-all meerkat Timon. Scar’s hyena allies include Florence Kasumba (Marvel Studios’ “Black Panther”) as Shenzi, Eric André (Adult Swim’s “The Eric André Show,” FXX’s “Man Seeking Woman”) as Azizi, and Keegan-Michael Key (“Predator,” Netflix’s “Friends from College”) as Kamari.

“The Lion King” is directed by Jon Favreau (“The Jungle Book,” Marvel Studios’ “Iron Man”) and produced by Jon Favreau, Jeffrey Silver (“Beauty and the Beast,” “Edge of Tomorrow”) and Karen Gilchrist (“The Jungle Book,” “Chef”). Jeff Nathanson (“Catch Me If You Can,” “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”) penned the screenplay based on the 1994 screenplay by Irene Mecchi, Jonathan Roberts and Linda Woolverton. Tom Peitzman (co-producer “Kong: Skull Island,” “Alice in Wonderland”), Julie Taymor (director “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” Broadway’s “The Lion King”) and Thomas Schumacher (“The Lion King,” “Beauty and the Beast”) are executive producers, and John Bartnicki (“The Jungle Book,” “Chef”) is co-producer. The award-winning team of artists tapped to bring the African savanna and its animal inhabitants to life includes visual effects supervisor Robert Legato, who conceived the virtual production on “Avatar,” won Academy Awards for his work on “The Jungle Book,” “Hugo” and “Titanic,” and was nominated for an Oscar for his work on “Apollo 13,” and Oscar-winning animation supervisor Andrew R. Jones (“The Jungle Book,” “Avatar,” “World War Z”). MPC Film’s VFX supervisors are Adam Valdez (“The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring,” “The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers”), who won an Oscar for his work on “The Jungle Book,” and Elliot Newman (“The Jungle Book,” “Fast & Furious: Supercharged”). MPC Film was instrumental in bringing each character to life and building the movie’s full CG environments, as well as working with filmmakers to develop the virtual production technology.

Five-time Oscar nominee Caleb Deschanel, ASC (“Jack Reacher,” “The Patriot”), is director of photography, and James Chinlund (“War for the Planet of the Apes,” Marvel’s “The Avengers”) serves as the production designer. Oscar winner Ben Grossman (“Alice in Wonderland,” “Hugo,” “Star Trek Into Darkness”) is virtual production supervisor, and Mark Livolsi, ACE (“The Jungle Book,” “Saving Mr. Banks,” “The Blind Side”), and Adam Gerstel (“Transformers: The Last Knight,” “The Jungle Book”) edited the film.

This film features unforgettable music by an award-winning team, including Oscar- and GRAMMY®-winning superstar Elton John and Oscar- and GRAMMY-winning lyricist Tim Rice, score by Oscar- and GRAMMY-winning composer Hans Zimmer, plus African vocal and choir arrangements by GRAMMY-winning South African producer and composer Lebo M (“Rhythm of the Pride Lands”). Oscar-nominated and GRAMMY-winning singer, songwriter and producer Pharrell Williams (“Hidden Figures”/producer, “Happy”), produced five songs on the soundtrack.

ABOUT MOVIES ANYWHERE:
Movies Anywhere simplifies and enhances the digital movie collection and viewing experience by allowing consumers to access their favorite digital movies in one place when purchased or redeemed through participating digital retailers. Movies Anywhere brings together the movies from Sony Pictures Entertainment, Twentieth Century Fox Film, Universal Pictures (including DreamWorks and Illumination Entertainment), The Walt Disney Studios (including Disney, Pixar, Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm), and Warner Bros. Participating digital retailers are iTunes. Amazon Prime Video, Comcast, Vudu, Google Play, Microsoft Movies & TV and FandangoNOW. Movies Anywhere offers a library of over 7,500 digital movies, including new releases, and will continue to expand the consumer experience as more content providers, digital retailers and platforms are added. Using the free Movies Anywhere app and website, consumers can connect their Movies Anywhere account with participating digital retailers and enjoy their favorite digital movies from the comfort of their living room and across multiple devices and platforms, including Amazon Fire devices; Android devices and Android TV; Apple TV; Chromecast; iPhone, iPad and iPod touch; Roku® devices, Windows 10 and Xbox devices; and popular browsers. Consumers can also redeem digital codes found in eligible Blu-ray Disc™ and DVD packages from participating studios and enjoy them through Movies Anywhere.

ABOUT THE WALT DISNEY STUDIOS:
For over 90 years, The Walt Disney Studios has been the foundation on which The Walt Disney Company was built. Today, the Studio brings quality movies, music and stage plays to consumers throughout the world. Feature films are released under the following banners: Disney, including Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar Animation Studios; Disneynature; Marvel Studios; and Lucasfilm. The Disney Music Group encompasses the Walt Disney Records and Hollywood Records labels, as well as Disney Music Publishing. The Disney Theatrical Group produces and licenses live events, including Disney on Broadway, Disney On Ice and Disney Live!

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‘Beyonce Presents: Making The Gift’ Special Explores Making Of ‘The Lion King: The Gift’ Album
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