The Lion King’s Hollywood premier blow the mind of its audience. Everyone who enjoyed that premier didn’t stop himself to go to twitter and share their reviews about this movie. The first reactions about this movie are very good and even people tweeted that it is the “One of the best films of 2019”.
This Live-Action remake of Disney Classic Cult The Lion King wasn’t an easy kind of remake for the Disney especially when people had their golden childhood memories associated with Simba and Pumba. This 1994 remake of original movie is starring Donald Glover voice Simba , Setha Rogen as Pumba, Chiewtel Ejiofor as Scar, Beyonce as Nala, John Oliver as Zazu, James Earl Jones as Mufasa, and Billy Eichner as Timon.
All members of Cast and Crew were present at the premier of the movie. As soon as the show got over, all attendees of this premier couldn’t help themselves and share their honest thoughts and opinions about the movie.
Let’s Explore First Reactions of the Attendees of The Lion King Premier
Germain Lussier, @GermainLussier said ,“The Lion King is a wonderful adaptation of an iconic classic. It has a few small changes which enhance what was already great and everything else is right on point. The CG can be slightly distracting at times but the emotion quickly covers that. Loved it.”
Collider Frosty , @colliderfrosty wrote, “Been lucky to have attended a number of world premieres but not sure I’ve ever heard as much clapping during a movie as I did tonight at #TheLionKing . Was like being at a rock concert. Movie is going to make so much money.”
Mile Ryan – @mileryan tweeted, “Holy smokes, I really loved THE LION KING. I think (I think) it’s the most beautiful effects movie I’ve seen. Like next level, the game has changed kind of thing. (For the record I’m agnostic on the original movie and have zero nostalgia for it. Anyway, this movie hooked me.)
#TheLionKing is exactly as advertised: a beat-for-beat remake of the original. Impressive animation and some ace casting choices (Beyoncé is a spirited Nala, John Oliver is an ideal Zazu) plus that music is still- but it’s more nostalgic rehash than fresh reimagining”
Laura Prudom -@lauInLA wrote, Ultimately #TheLionKing will be a touching introduction to a timeless story for a new generation, but I’d never rewatch it over the original.
Judging from the first reactions of all those people we can say that The Lion King was simply a hit at home run. Now we will have to see what business it makes on Boxoffice and how people show their reaction at official release of movie in the theaters on 19 July.
The Lion King will be released in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu languages in India at the same date. Shahrukh Khan voice Mufasa while his son Aryan Khan voice Simba in the Hindi version of The Lion King.
I can’t wait to watch this movie next week in theaters.