The Lion King fans you can celebrate! now relive your nostalgia of imaging Disney classic in cinemas again sooner than expected this summer only. Disney finally announced via its official account that the movie will release US debut on July 19. Whereas in Chinese theaters on July 12 which a week earlier than its. The movie will on go some tough competition in China as on July 29 other films are scheduled to release as well.
Throughout this year, information about the film was mostly limited to declarations about the music and soundtrack. Hans Zimmer was finalized to return to the score. The 2019 remake and Elton John hooked up in February 2018 to the film. When he disclosed plans to work with Beyoncé on again working the soundtrack and making a real end-credits song. Fans do You guys Feel the Best Original Song Oscar Nomination? murmur for the film remained violently positive when the first teaser trailer dropped until Thanksgiving 2018.
Will The Lion King see the same success?
Audiences on the Chinese film review site talk about the success in the Middle Kingdom as its 1994 animated film predecessor gave the original film. An approving 9/10 rating, with 57.4% rating the film 10/10. Live-action from last month’s Aladdin reset saw a gloomy performance at Chinese box offices. Dragging in 18.7 million USD for its debut weekend. In comparison, Favreau’s 2016 reworking of another Disney classic, The Jungle Book it is opening weekend in China took in 48.8 million USD.
Moreover, During the summer “high season” it will face violent competition. On the mainland in July, according to a Chinese film database. A total of 29 films is scheduled to release one of the busiest months in the calendar of the Chinese film. On a major Chinese film rating website, Douban, the “Lion King” 1994 movie had scored nine out of ten points, with about 57.4 percent of its over 400,000 fans who viewed it gives a five-star review. On the website’s top 250-film list, it was ranked as the 55th.
In conclusion, Walt Disney Picture “The Lion King” with the live-action version will release. The Chinese shore big screens on July 12. Filmgoers on the Chinese mainland said the company via its official account Weibo that it will be the first to see the remake of Disney’s generally animated 1994 film with the same name. The film will be hit on July 19 in screens to release in the United States.