Disney Is Using VR To Help Film The Lion King Remake

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The footage was reportedly fantastic and faithfully recreated a scene from the original animated version of The Lion King. This casting also reveals why Jackman posted this cryptic tweet yesterday. However, that is highly unlikely. Famous comedian and host of HBO's Last Week Tonight show John Oliver is the hornbill Zazu, and the last is Wolverine star Hugh Jackman as the villain, Scar. This means it's just about 100% likely that Jackman won't be involved with The Lion King at all.

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Interestingly, the legend James Earl Jones was the voice of Mufasa in the original animated feature also. Alas with what Jackman's representatives have said, it seems there's zero room for Jackman being involved.

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He can get that grizzled voice down pat and is distinct enough from Jeremy Irons' original - so it all makes sense. Variety expressed the singer was Favreau's top choice for the character, but so far there have been no official announcements. With Disney's live-action panel at D23 set to begin any moment, this could be confirmed very quickly. Newcomer Mena Massoud will play Aladdin, and Power Rangers Naomi Scott will round out the cast as Princess Jasmine. He's making Lion King (scheduled for a July 19, 2019 release) on a bluescreen stage in Los Angeles, again using virtual production techniques by reteaming with Jungle Book's Oscar winning VFX supervisor Rob Legato and lead VFX house MPC and VFX house Weta.

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