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The Lion King Reborn
D23 teaser poster
|Directed by|| Rob Minkoff|
|Produced by|| Don Hahn|
|Screenplay by|| Jeff Nathanson|
Kendall Michele Haney
|Based on|| The Lion King|
by Irene Mecchi
|Starring|| Matthew Broderick|
James Earl Jones
|Music by|| Original Score:|
Don L. Harper
|Edited by|| Adam Gerstel|
Christopher K. Gee
|Production companies|| Walt Disney Pictures|
Walt Disney Animation Studios
Disney Television Animation
|Distributed by||Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures|
|Release date|| September 2, 2019 (DisneyNOW)|
November 2019 (Disney+)
July 19, 2024 (Vimeo)
|Country|| United States|
The Lion King Reborn is an upcoming 2024 American-South Korean animated epic, adventure, musical, drama, buddy and dark comedy film based on Disney's 1994 film The Lion King. It is the unofficial fifth and final installment of the Lion King franchise produced by Walt Disney Pictures, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Disney Television Animation, Mercury Filmworks and Fairview Entertainment, distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures, and a reboot of Disney's 2019 film of the same name preceding it a few years earlier. The film will be directed by Rob Minkoff, Roger Allers and Jon Favreau, written by Jeff Nathanson and Kendall Michele Haney, and starring an ensemble voice cast that features actors from previous Lion King films and spin-offs, including Matthew Broderick, Jeremy Irons, Nathan Lane, Ernie Sabella, Moira Kelly, Eden Riegel, Jason Marsden, Rowan Atkinson, Khary Payton, Alfre Woodard, Lacey Chabert, Nika Futterman, Andy Dick, Madison Pettis, Sarah Hyland, Joshua Rush, Diamond White, with Max Charles, and James Earl Jones.
Plans for an animated reboot of The Lion King Reborn were confirmed on July 2019 following the success of Jon Favreau's photorealistic remake of Disney's 1994 film of the same name. Animation began on August 3 at Walt Disney Animation Studios with a large cast consisting mostly of voice actors and actresses reprising their roles from the original films and television series. The production will last until mid-2023.
A lion named Simba is fulfilled to succeed his father, Mufasa, as the king of the Pride Lands after his evil younger brother Scar murders him in a massively wildebeest stampede. A meerkat and warthog duo named Timon and Pumbaa search a place as their dream home with no predators via the word "Hakuna Matata" (a meaning to "no worries" in Swahili). Simba and Nala's daughter Kiara meets a male rogue lion named Kovu, who is from a banished pride that was once loyal to Scar. And the Lion Guard — consisting Kion's friends Fuli the cheetah, Bunga the honey badger, Beshte the hippopotamus, Anga the martial eagle, and Makini the mandrill — led by Simba and Nala's second-born son Kion embark on a journey for the Tree of Life to regain Kion and Ono the strengths they need, and defend the Circle of Life. Meanwhile, the ancient conflict between the Pride Lands' forces of light and darkness reaches its climax, altogether bringing the Lion King saga to a definitive end.
A meerkat named Timon, who is a social outcast of his colony outskirts, "the Pit of Shame", dreams for more in life than his colony's bleak existence hiding from predators, but his daydreaming leads to the near-death of his Uncle Max by a trio of hyenas named Shenzi, Kamari and Azizi. Timon leaves to find a better life, and meets a pig named Pumbaa, who suffers from demophobia-triggered flatulence problems. Although the two quickly form a bond and Pumbaa accompanies Timon as his acquaintance, they start living in a small oasis behind the landmark while King Mufasa and Queen Sarabi's newborn son Simba is presented to the crowded animals at a majestic place named Pride Rock.
Mufasa shows young Simba the Pride Lands and explains to him the responsibilities of kingship and the Circle of Life which connects all living things. Meanwhile, Mufasa's younger and selfish brother Scar covets the throne and plots to eliminate Mufasa and Simba so he may become king. He and his henchmen of hyenas set a trap for his brother and nephew, luring Simba into a gorge and having the hyenas drive a large herd of wildebeest into a stampede that will trample him. Scar refuses to help Mufasa, instead sending him falling to his death, then convinces Simba that the tragedy was his own fault and advises him to flee the kingdom and never return. Scar tells the pride that Mufasa and Simba were killed in the stampede and steps forward as the new king. Meanwhile, Timon and Pumbaa finally settle in a huge luxurious green jungle. Sooner enough, they rescue Simba on a desert floor before they raise him under their philosophy of "Hakuna Matata" (meaning "no worries" in Swahili).
A year later, Simba rescues Timon and Pumbaa from a hungry young adult lioness, who turns out to be his best friend Nala. She and Simba reunite and fall in love, and she argues with him to return home, telling him the Pride Lands have become a drought-stricken wasteland under Scar's reign. Feeling guilty over his father's death, Simba refuses and storms away. He encounters Mufasa's mandrill adviser Rafiki, who says that Mufasa's spirit lives on in Simba, and he is visited by the ghost of his father in the night sky, who tells him he must take his rightful place as king. Realizing he can no longer run from his past, Simba decides to return home.
As Scar taunts Simba over his role in Mufasa's death, he backs his nephew to the edge of Pride Rock, where he reveals to Simba that he murdered Mufasa. Enraged, Simba pins Scar to the ground and forces him to reveal the truth to the rest of the pride. After Timon proposes that they all help Simba by getting rid of the hyenas, he, Pumbaa, Nala, Sarabi, Zazu, Rafiki, and the other lionesses fend off the hyenas, alongside Timon's Ma and Max, who are directed to construct a series of tunnels beneath the hyenas. When the tunnels are finished, Max knocks down the sticks, the cave-in commences, and the hyenas are ejected through the tunnels. Scar begs for mercy and attempts to blame the hyenas for his actions, but Simba spares his life and orders him to leave the Pride Lands forever. Scar suddenly attacks his nephew, but Simba manages to toss him from the top of Pride Rock. Scar survives the fall, but then gets eaten by his former henchmen of hyenas, because one overheard him betray them to Simba.
With his enemies gone, Simba takes over the kingship as the rains begin to fall, restoring life to the land; Timon takes his entire meerkat colony to live in predator-free environment to complete his "Hakuna Matata"; Nala gives birth to a newborn cub; and she is presented to the assembled animals. Rafiki paints an emblem of the cub on the trunk of his tree, but Mufasa's spirit ruffles the painting, making him discover another cub that's living in rogues known as the "Outlands" named Kovu.
A few weeks later, Timon and Pumbaa babysit Kiara while Nala gives birth to another cub named Kion. Kiara becomes annoyed with her father's overprotective parenting and enters the Outlands, where she meets Kovu. His mother Zira reminds Simba of how he exiled her and the other Outsiders, and reveals that Scar selected Kovu to be his successor despite not being his biological father. After returning to the Pride Lands, Simba lectures Kiara about the danger posed by the Outsiders, and reminds her they are part of each other. In the Outlands, Zira reminds Kovu that Simba killed Scar and exiled the lions who respect him. Kovu explains that he does not think it is so bad to have Kiara as a friend, but Zira realizes that she can use Kovu's friendship with Kiara to seek revenge on Simba.
Growing up as a playful cub, Kion discovers that he has the ability to channel the roars of the Great Lions of the Past, giving him fierce power just like his great uncle Scar who had the same power before him, but who tragically misused it for evil and lost it forever. At the instructions of Simba and Rafiki, Kion forms a team called the Lion Guard. As Kion goes against tradition and chooses his non-lion friends Bunga, Ono, Beshte and Fuli to populate it, Simba scolds him for not taking his new responsibilities seriously. When they save Kiara from a herd of stampeding gazelle and defeat a hyena clan led by Janja and Mzingo the vulture, Simba realizes that Kion has protected the Pride Lands and is indeed ready to lead his new Lion Guard.
As the wet season passes, the Lion Guard continue to protect the Pride Lands by driving off several Outlanders, including Janja's clan, Reirei's pack of jackals and Mzingo's parliament of vultures with help from the Pride Landers and a friendly hyena named Jasiri. She asks for Kion's help in dealing with a pride of lions, who are keeping her family away from their watering hole, including her sister Madoa and two infant cubs named Tunu and Wema. When he goes to help them out, he encounters the Outsider lions and their leader Zira, who tries to get Kion to join her side by stating that she knows about more about the Roar than he does, such as its ability to bring a brief rain shower by roaring at a cloud. Zira eventually reveals to Kion that she knew Scar. When Kion refuses to join Zira, she and her lionesses trap him. Meanwhile, the rest of the guard head to the Outlands to rescue Kion after Rafiki informs them of who the Outsider lions are.
As the dry season begins, Ma Tembo works to find a new water source, and Rafiki takes in a young mandrill named Makini as an apprentice. While fed up with always getting trampled and disturbed when the Lion Guard is near, an Egyptian cobra named Ushari inadvertently finds out that Kion talks to the spirit of Mufasa. When ambushed by Janja's clan, Ushari forms an alliance with them, and they conspire to find a way to summon the spirit of Scar.
While overhearing Rafiki, Ushari learns that the evil lions of the past appear in the flames of fire, and once they are summoned by the Roar of the Elders, a bakora staff can be used to talk to them. With this knowledge, Janja, Cheezi, Chungu, Nne, and Tano steal Makini's bakora staff and kidnap Kiara to lure Kion and the Guard to the Outlands, with the intent on tricking Kion to Roar with enough power to make the hyenas' volcano erupt in flames. After the Guard manages to save Kiara, Janja taunts Kion until he Roars in anger and unknowingly summons Scar when the volcano erupts. Ushari and the hyenas are then able to speak with Scar's spirit in the volcano after dropping the bakora staff into it. Meanwhile, the Lion Guard and Kiara return to the Pride Lands safely, but are unaware that Scar has returned.
During the Kumbuka celebration honoring the day that Simba defeated Scar, a scorpion named Sumu sent by Scar stings Simba, causing him to become very ill. Rafiki sends Makini and the Lion Guard to the Outlands' volcano to get the volcanic ash needed to cure Simba by sundown. Once Makini and the guard reach the volcano, Scar reveals himself to them and commands Sumu, Janja's clan, Reirei's pack, Mzingo's flock, Ushari, Kenge, Shupavu's group, and a float of crocodiles led by Kiburi to attack them. After battling Scar's army of Outlanders, Makini and the Lion Guard make it back to Pride Rock with the ash. While Simba is recuperating, Kion informs Rafiki that Scar has returned. In the Outlands, Jasiri forms a hyena resistance with her clan by informing them of Scar's plans and stopping his army after reporting the news of his return.
As Simba figures out a way to defeat Scar, Kion gathers Ma Tembo's herd, Bupu's herd, Laini's troop, and Mbeya's crash to prepare them in their fight against the villainous Outlanders. After the training doesn't go well, Kion asks Makuu to help train the Pride Landers, but Makuu soon becomes frustrated and abandons them. When Scar hears the news from the skinks, he orders Janja's clan, Reirei's pack, and Kiburi's float to attack Makuu's float at their watering hole, but the Pride Landers are determined to help Makuu and his float and follow the Lion Guard to help them.
While the other Pride Landers are on edge due to the recent Outlander attacks, Makini is excited for her mpando mpya, the planting of a baobab tree in Mizimu Grove by a Royal Mjuzi in training. To cheer everyone up, Kion decides to make Makini's mpando mpya a big event and invites all of the Pride Landers to witness it, and asks Timon and Pumbaa to put on a show to entertain them. However, the skinks overhear this and inform Scar, who comes up with a plan to take over Mizimu Grove. After dealing with Janja's clan, Reirei's pack, Kiburi's float, Mzingo's flock, Kenge, Sumu and Shupavu's group attacking Mizimu Grove during the festivities, Scar's spirit appears in the flames of a fire and comes face to face with Simba and the Pride Landers for the first time. The Pride Landers become spooked by Scar's appearance and consider leaving the Pride Lands to avoid further attacks. Later, Kion gets some advice from Mufasa and then discovers that the baobab sapling that Makini left behind had survived the whole attack. This inspires the Pride Landers to stay, as they realize that they are stronger together, and celebrate with Makini's mpando mpya.
Another year later, Kion and the Lion Guard have grown into teenagers and continue to defend the Pride Lands from Scar and his army. Simba suggests they take the battle with Scar into the Outlands to increase their chances more. Meanwhile, Janja finds himself wondering if he and his hyena clan should stay with Scar or not, since they never emerge victorious. That night, the Lion Guard gathers all of their allies, and Janja's clan is sent to distract them. Unbeknownst to Janja, however, Scar has Mzingo’s flock set fire to Pride Rock to take out his clan as well as the royal family and the Guard. While Janja escapes to get Jasiri's help, the Lion Guard escapes through an underwater tunnel, along with the hyenas. Janja, realizing that Scar does not care about him or his clan, tells Kion of the supposed way to vanquish Scar for good, by using the Roar at full power inside the volcano. Unknown to Janja and the Pride Landers, this is in fact part of Scar's plan to trick Kion into causing the volcano to erupt, destroying the Pride Lands.
The next morning, the Pride Landers' army led by Simba charge into the battle against Scar's army, allowing the Lion Guard to get to the top of the volcano. Once they reach the pit, Scar has Ushari bite Kion on the face, giving him a scar as well. Despite Scar insisting that the two of them are now the same, Kion, refusing to use violence, instead has the Great Lions of the past vanquish Scar. Scar yells out that the Roar is a curse as he vanishes. Ushari tries to attack Kion again, but is knocked into the lava pit by Bunga and is killed. Ono suffers eye damage rescuing Bunga. With Scar gone, Janja determines that Jasiri should assume control of the Outlands, and she accepts. Kion, meanwhile, finds that his injury is causing him to lose control of his Roar when he almost hurts Bunga with it. Back at Pride Rock, Rafiki instructs Kion to eat Tuliza blossoms when his scar is irritating him, and deduces that Kion and Ono’s injuries can be healed by the Tree of Life, a faraway place that sick animals go to get better. Rafiki tells them they have to follow the paintings on the moja kwa moja stones to find their way to the Tree. Due to Ono's eye damage, Kion names Anga as the new keenest of sight, and renames Ono as the smartest member. With Ono having memorized each of the landmarks, the Guard sets off on a journey to the Tree of Life, with Makini joining them.
At Rafiki's tree, Mufasa's spirit persuades the mandrill to bring Simba's daughter Kiara and Zira's son Kovu together as a way of uniting the prides. He then asks if Mufasa is crazy and doubts that the plan will never work and tells him that he's been up there too long and his head in the clouds, and is then immediately buffeted by a strong gust of wind from Mufasa's spirit, immediately convincing the mandrill to carry out the deceased king's idea.
Another year later, back at Pride Rock, Kiara, now a young adult, begins her first solo hunt. As part of Zira's plan, Kovu's siblings Nuka and Vitani trap Kiara in a fire, allowing Kovu to rescue her. Simba is forced to accept Kovu's place since he rescued Kiara. Kovu contemplates attacking Simba as he was instructed to, but he teaches Kiara how to hunt instead and eventually realizes his feelings for her. Kiara and Kovu stargaze where they talk about the Great Kings of the Past and Kovu wonders if there is a darkness in him like there was in Scar. That night, Simba allows Kovu to sleep inside Pride Rock with the rest of the pride, but because of this, Zira sets a trap for her son and Simba.
The next day, Kovu once again tries to reveal his mission to Kiara, but Simba takes him around the Pride Lands and tells him Scar's story. The Outsiders then ambush Simba, resulting in Nuka's death from a log pile and Simba's escape. Enraged, Zira scratches Kovu for his brother's death, causing him to turn against her. Kovu returns to Pride Rock to asks Simba for his forgiveness, but is exiled. Kiara makes Simba realize that he is acting irrationally, and flees to find Kovu. The two lions later find each other and profess their love. Realizing that they must reunite the two prides, Kiara and Kovu return to the Pride Lands and convince them to stop fighting. When Zira attempts to kill Simba, Kiara intervenes and Zira vocally refuses Kiara's help, letting go of her own accord with a twisted smile upon her face. With his enemy gone, Simba accepts Kovu and the Outsiders back into the Pride Lands.
At the Tree of Life, Ono and Kion are fully healed by the Night Pride and their leader Rani after Kion uses the Roar to banish an army of predators led by Makucha the leopard and Mama Binturong. When they are learned that the Pride Lands are threatened from Jasiri, Janja and a male Asiatic cheetah named Azaad, Kion uses the Roar to help the Lion Guard return home as soon as possible.
The Lion Guard returns to their homeland, in which are assisted by Mzingo and his parliament. Not recognizing Kion because of his scar, Vitani and her pride of lionesses, Shabaha, Kasi, Imara and Tazama, mistake the Lion Guard for enemies. Before they can fight, Kiara and Kovu interject and reveal that Vitani and the rest of Zira's pride have joined the Pride Landers.
The next day, Vitani and her lionesses meet Kion and his friends at the Lair of the Lion Guard. Vitani explains that as the future king's sister, she believes that it is her responsibility to protect the Pride Lands, so she has formed her own Lion Guard in their absence. Kion argues that he is the future queen's brother and has the mark of the Guard along with the Roar of the Elders, but Vitani and her guard still refuse to back down.
They start a competition to decide which one is more worthy to become the defender of the Pride Lands. Kion and his friends prove themselves to be superior in all aspects, but Vitani tells Kion that she doesn't need the Roar of the Elders because she believes that she's fierce enough to lead the Lion Guard. Kion deems Vitani worthy to lead the Lion Guard after remembering the words of Askari, the leader of the Pride Lands' first Lion Guard, on mastering the Roar and bestows her the mark of the Lion Guard along with the Roar. Vitani demonstrates the Roar, and the mark of the Lion Guard disappears from Kion and his friends, officially establishing Vitani's Lion Guard and ending Kion's Guard. Although Askari appears in the clouds and gives advice to Kion that the Roar needs help for the Tree of Life, Kion and his friends become members of the Night Pride. Vitani questions Kion on what it means to master the Roar, and Kion demonstrates by picking up Pride Rock with the power of the Roar.
At the Tree of Life, Kion's coronation is held, in whom becomes Rani's mate and king. The film ends with the spirits of Askari, Janna and Mufasa look down at the ceremony in happiness.
- Main article: List of The Lion King characters on Wikipedia
Veteran Lion King actors reprise the voices of their characters from previous films, respectively. Despite being put on the billing block for the famous names of movie stars, most of their roles for characters, including Makucha, Mama Binturong, Chuluun, Surak, Nirmala, Baliyo, Ullu, Pinguino, Chama, Mzaha, Furaha, Ajabu, Reirei, Kiburi, Ushari and many others, have been reduced to minor or cameos during the film's pre-production.
- Matthew Broderick as Simba
An African lion, son of Mufasa and Sarabi, who is the crown prince of the Pride Lands. Simba later becomes Nala's husband, and Kiara's overprotective father. Cam Clarke and Donald Glover provide the character's singing voice. JD McCrary voices Simba as a cub.
- Jeremy Irons as Scar
Mufasa's treacherous younger brother, Simba's uncle, and Kiara and Kion's granduncle, who overtakes the throne and seeks to take the mantle of king after his brother's death. Chiwetel Ejiofor and David Oyelowo provide the character's singing voice.
- Nathan Lane as Timon
A comedic meerkat, who becomes Pumbaa's best friend, one of Simba's adoptive parents and Bunga's adoptive uncles. Though somewhat selfish, arrogant, and withdrawn, Timon shows courageous loyalty towards his friends.
- Ernie Sabella as Pumbaa
A naïve, but hearten common warthog, who becomes Timon's symbiotic partner, one of Simba's adoptive parents and Bunga's adoptive uncles. Though slow-witted, Pumbaa is very empathetic and willing to trust and befriend anyone. He is also claustrophobic and passes gas in crowds.
- Moira Kelly as Nala
A lioness, who is Simba's best friend and later his future love-interest, Queen of the Pride Lands, and Kiara and Kion's mother. Beyoncé Knowles-Carter provides the character's singing voice. Shahadi Wright Joseph voices Nala as a cub.
- Eden Riegel as Kiara
A lioness, the daughter of Simba and Nala, Kion's older sister, and Mufasa's granddaughter, who grows up to become future queen of the Pride Lands. Liz Callaway provides the character's singing voice. Michelle Horn voices Kiara as a cub.
- Jason Marsden as Kovu
A lion living in the Outlands, who is Zira's son, Nuka and Vitani's younger brother, and the chosen successor of Scar to become king of the Pride Lands. Kenny Lattimore provides the character's singing voice. Ryan O'Donohue voices Kovu as a cub.
- Rowan Atkinson as Zazu
A Tanzanian red-billed hornbill, who serves as the lion king's majordomo (or "Mufasa's little stooge", as Shenzi calls him).
- Khary Payton as Rafiki
A wise mandrill, who teaches Timon Hakuna Matata, as well as giving him faith in himself to do what he dreams of doing. Rafiki also serves as the shaman of the lion king to present newborn cubs of the king and queen to the animals of the Pride Lands.
- Alfre Woodard as Sarabi
The Queen of Pride Rock, who is the leader of the lioness hunting party, Mufasa's devoted mate, and Simba's mother.
- Lacey Chabert as Vitani
Zira's aggressive and spunky daughter, and Nuka and Kovu's sister, who is the leader of the Lion Guard. Crysta Macalush Winton provides the cub's singing voice.
- Nika Futterman as Zira
The leader of the Outsiders, Scar's most loyal follower, and Nuka, Vitani and Kovu's widowed mother.
- Andy Dick as Nuka
Zira's son, Vitani and Kovu's older brother and the oldest male of Zira's family.
- Keegan-Michael Key as Kamari
An aggressive and hot-headed hyena prone to complaining and acting on impulse, who is Scar's henchman. Key replaces Cheech Marin, who has voiced Banzai in the 2019 version.
- Eric André as Azizi
An unhinged hysterical hyena, who laughs a lot and is Scar's henchman. André replaces Jim Cummings, who has voiced Ed in the 2019 version.
- Whoopi Goldberg as Shenzi
The sassy and short-tempered female leader of her hyena clan. Shenzi's full name "Shenzi Marie Predatora Veldetta Jacquelina Hyena" is revealed by Timon when he proposes to her. Florence Kasumba provides the character's singing voice.
- Maia Mitchell as Jasiri
A adolescent spunky, yet friendly teenage hyena living in the Outlands, who is the leader of her clan and the Outlanders. Unlike Janja, Jasiri respects the Circle of Life and her clan scavenges for leftovers. The filmmakers confirmed that during the film's ending, a pregnant Jasiri is shown with Janja, Cheezi and Chungu at Kion and Rani's wedding and his coronation.
- Landry Bender as Makini
A curious adolescent mandrill, who is Rafiki's apprentice, Rani's adviser, and Kitendo and Fikiri's daughter.
- Bryana Salaz as Anga
An adolescent martial eagle, who is a friend of Beshte, the former keenest of sight of the Lion Guard and Ono's successor.
- Joshua Rush as Bunga
An adolescent honey badger, who is the former bravest member of the Lion Guard. He is also Timon and Pumbaa's adoptive nephew and Kion's best friend. Bunga's fearless and hot-headed nature is grounded in reality, as real honey badgers are aggressive and fearless.
- Diamond White as Fuli
An adolescent sassy cheetah, who is the former fastest member of the Lion Guard, Kion's friend and second-in-command.
- Blair Underwood as Makuu
A Nile crocodile, who is the leader of his float.
- Lynette Dupree as Ma Tembo
An African bush elephant, who is the leader of her herd in Kilio Valley.
- John O'Hurley as Hadithi
A legendary African hawk-eagle, who faked having invented the Hadithi Spin.
- Erica Luttrell as Boboka
A female sable antelope, who is a member of Bupu's herd.
- Michael Dorn as Bupu
A stubborn sable antelope, who is the leader of his herd, and values respective politely behavior. He is affiliated with Laini, a galago, who is the leader of her troop in Ndefu Grove.
- Behzad Dabu as Azaad
An Asiatic cheetah, who refers to himself in the third person.
- Miki Yamashita as Nirmala
An Asiatic lioness, who is the Night Pride's healer.
- Peyton Elizabeth Lee as Rani
A slender built Asiatic lioness, who is the leader of the Night Pride, queen of the Tree of Life, Janna's grandaughter, Sãhasí and Ãnanda's daughter, Baliyo's older sister, Surak's niece, and Kion's mate. Lana McKissack provides the character's singing voice.
- Jaime Camil as Pinguino
A macaroni penguin, who is the leader of his rookery at the Tree of Life.
- Howy Parkins as Mbeya
An old black rhinoceros, who is the leader of his crash.
- Andrew Kishino as:
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- Vargus Mason as Cheezi
A excitable hyena living in the Outlands, who is one of Janja's right-hand henchmen.
- Christopher Jackson as Shujaa
A massively strong gorilla warrior, who refers to himself in the third person.
- Maurice LaMarche as Kifaru
A stubborn northern white rhinoceros with poor eyesight, who resists at Lake Matope. He is affiliated with Mwenzi, a red-billed oxpecker, who is his tickbird and best friend.
- Hudson Yang as Baliyo
A young Asiatic lion, who is a member of the Night Pride, Sãhasí and Ãnanda's son, and Rani's younger brother.
- Lou Diamond Phillips as Surak
An adult Asiatic lion, who is a member of the Night Pride, Janna's second-born son, Sãhasí's brother, and Rani and Baliyo's uncle.
- Rachel House as Mama Binturong
A sneaky and arrogant binturong crime boss, who is the leader of Makucha's army. She used to live in the stone forest and enjoyed eating tuliza until Bunga ruined her tuliza pile with his stink, causing Mama Binturong to chase him down.
- Steve Blum as Makucha
A cunning and devious leopard from the Back Lands, who is the second-in-command and former leader of his army and his leap.
- Kevin Michael Richardson as Basi
A hippopotamus, who is Beshte's father and the leader of his pod in Big Springs.
- Alex Cartañá as Twiga
A Masai giraffe, who is the leader of her herd and Juhudi's mother in Acacia Grove.
- Sinbad as Uroho
A sneaky, later loyal yellow baboon, who is the leader of Traveling Baboon show.
- C.J. Byrnes as Tamaa
A fork-tailed drongo with a talent of imitating animal calls.
- Vyvan Pham as Ullu
A snowy owl, who warns the Night Pride whenever there is a potential threat to the Tree of Life.
- Maisie Klompus as Madoa
A skeptical hyena, who is Jasiri's sister.
- Virginia Watson as Vuruga Vuruga
A cape buffalo, who is the leader of her herd.
- Justin Felbinger as Mtoto
A young elephant calf, who is a member of Ma Tembo's herd. He looks up to Beshte as his personal hero.
- Ron Funches as Ajabu
An okapi, who came to the Pride Lands and made friends with Beshte.
- Tunisia Hardison as Swala
A Thomson's gazelle, who is the leader of her herd.
- Kari Wahlgren as Muhimu
A plains zebra, who is Hamu's mother and the leader of her herd in Mbali Fields.
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- Jacob Bertrand as Chama
A young fun-loving elephant, who used to be part of Ma Tembo's herd. He, Mzaha, and Furaha are best friends and share a tree together near Big Springs.
- Mekai Curtis as Furaha
A young happy-go lucky Zanzibar red colobus and former member of Tumbili's troop, who is one of Chama's friends.
- Cade Sutton as Mzaha
A young fun-loving sable antelope, who used to be part of Bupu's herd and is one of Chama's friends.
- Kimiko Glenn as Chuluun
A cunning snow leopard, who is the first addition of Makucha's army.
- Christian Slater as Ushari
An Egyptian cobra, who often conflicted with Bunga and would get disturbed whenever the Lion Guard was near him.
- Common as Kiburi
An arrogant crocodile, who is the leader of his float that defied their leader Makuu's orders and were exiled for their evil deeds.
- Ana Gasteyer as Reirei
A clever, scheming and manipulative black-backed jackal, who is the matriarch of her family.
- Greg Ellis as Mzingo
A white-backed vulture, who is Janja's majordomo of the Outlands. He is the leader of a parliament of vultures that is allied with the hyena clans.
- Dusan Brown as Beshte
An adolescent hippopotamus, who is the former strongest member of the Lion Guard and Kion's friend.
- Atticus Shaffer as Ono
An adolescent cattle egret, who is the former smartest member of the Lion Guard and Kion's friend.
- Julie Kavner as Timon's Mother
Timon's caring mother. She is overly protective and attached to her son, often trying to get him accepted amongst the colony, but never succeeding.
- Jerry Stiller as Uncle Max
Timon's paranoid, eccentric but deep down kind-hearted uncle. He initially doubts Timon's ability, but warms up to him. This will be the last time Stiller voices his character due to health problems.
- John Rhys-Davies as Sokwe
A mountain gorilla, who is the leader of his troop, Majinuni and Hafifu's father, and the king of the Theluji Mountains. Rhys-Davies wore heavy prosthetics to voice Sokwe, which limited his vision, and eventually developed eczema around his character's eyes.
- Gerald C. Rivers as Pua
An elderly Nile crocodile, who is the former leader of the Pride Lands' float. He was banished from his float after Makuu outsmarted him in a "mashindano" and became the new leader.
- Michael Luwoye as Askari
A lion, who is the deceased leader of the Pride Lands' first Lion Guard.
- Shohreh Aghdashloo as Janna
An elderly Asiatic lioness, who is the former queen of the Night Pride, Surak and Sãhasí's mother, and Baliyo and Rani's grandmother. Aghdashloo signed without a completed script, and erroneously said her character would be Scar and Mufasa's mother Uru.
- Max Charles as Kion
An adolescent lion, who is Simba and Nala's second-born son, Mufasa's grandson, Kiara's younger brother, Rani's husband, the Prince of the Pride Lands, the King of the Tree of Life, and the former leader of the Lion Guard, as well as its former fiercest member. As leader of the Guard, Kion possesses an intensely powerful ability known as the Roar of the Elders bestowed by the great lions of the past. At the end of the battle for the Pride Lands, Kion gets a scar across his left eye due to Ushari donning him. According to executive producer Ford Riley, Kion will meet his fate as he sees a vision of his future self becoming like Scar. Aaron Daniel Jacob provides the character's singing voice in the latter half of the film.
- James Earl Jones as Mufasa
Simba's father, Scar's older brother, Kiara and Kion's grandfather, and the former king of the Pride Lands. According to Jon Favreau, this will be the last time Jones reprises the voice of his character.
- Madison Pettis as Zuri
A lioness friend of Kiara, Kion's ex-girlfriend, and a member of Simba's pride, who hates grubs and getting dirty and is somewhat vain.
- Sarah Hyland as Tiifu
A lioness friend of Kiara and a member of Simba's pride, who is somewhat more sensible than her constant companion Zuri. Hyland returns to voice her character after two years of numerous kidney surgeries and a laparoscopic surgery to treat her endometriosis.
Penny Johnson Jerald reprises the voice of Nala's mother Sarafina from the 2019 realistic remake. Amy Sedaris, Chance the Rapper and Josh McCrary voice a guinea fowl, a bush baby and an elephant shrew, Timon and Pumbaa's neighbors of the jungle, respectively. J. Lee voices a hyena that chases after Timon and Pumbaa. Archival audio of Grace Young and James Sie as Rani's parents Ãnanda and Sãhasí, respectively, are used in Kion's vision sequence; Young recorded new dialogue for the film, but it was replaced with preexisting audio from The Tree of Life, while Sie reprised the voice of Smun, Mama Binturong's porcupine enforcer.
Several voice personalities and comedians reprise their roles from The Lion Guard, including Rhys Darby as Mwenzi, Justin Hires as Hodari, Nick Watt as Zito, Lyons Luke Mathias as Hamu, Ivy Bishop as Juhudi, Fiona Riley as Shabaha, Rachel Crow as Imara, Sophie Reynolds as Tazama, and Savannah Smith as Kasi, Ace Gibson as Jiona, Nolan North as Tamka and Fahari, Jorge Diaz as Nduli, Amber Hood as Kijana, Jacob Guenther Dogo, Cam Clarke as Mwoga, Tiffany Espensen as Rama and Heng Heng, Meghan Strange as Shupavu, David S. Jung as Kely, Kristofer Hijvu as Kenge, Crimson Hart as Tunu, Fiona Hart as Wema, Dan Howell as Majinuni, Phil Lester as Hafifu, Heather Headley as Fikiri, Rafael Petardi as Tangaagim, Jeremy Ray Valdez as Cek, G.K. Bowes as Sasem, Clyde Kusatsu as Domog, and Greg Chun as Seisou. Matthew Yang King replaces Yuki Matsuzaki as the voice of Tenuk, a Malayan tapir, who lives in the forest; King also voices Dughi the red panda. Dee Bradley Baker reprises the voice of Pim and was credited for the role, though it is uncertain if footage of his appearance was used; Baker also reprises the voices of Tano and the baby baboon.
Additionally, The Lion Guard songwriter Beau Black reprises the voice of Nne, one of Janja's followers; Elise Allen, one of the show's writers, provides a non-speaking cameo as Kulinda, an overprotective hamerkop, who is Ono's ally and Ona's caring mother; and Ford Riley, the father of his daughter Fiona, and the creator of the show, reprises the voice of Njano, Shupavu's second-in-command. Jason Rudofsky cameos as the voice of Iron Joe from The Lion King 1½, and André Sogliuzzo provides a vocal cameo as two zebras during Simba's presentation, respectively. Sacha Baron Cohen was cast to replace Danny Jacobs as the voice of Kiril, a musk deer, who is the leader of his herd at the Tree of Life, while Iris Bahr, Bluebelle Saraceno and Henry Kaufman reprise the voices of Varya, Pasha, Polina and Feliks from Long Live the Queen, but this scene did not make the theatrical cut of the film. This is due to Cohen's schedule conflicts and avoiding potential legal disputes with Disney and DreamWorks Pictures' record labels. Their roles were reduced to silent cameos in the film's final cut. Non-speaking character cameos includes the strange lion, the strange cobra, Johari, Zigo, Waza, and Nyata.
Shortly after the success of the 2019 computer animated remake of The Lion King, director Jon Favreau announced there would a reboot of the 2019 animated remake of the 1994 film. Favreau, Rob Minkoff, Roger Allers, Don Hahn and Ford Riley, the executive producer of The Lion Guard, came on board to tie the original films and television series together on Filmora 9.
The film will include the 1994 original release of The Lion King, its 1998 sequel The Lion King II: Simba's Pride, its 2004 direct to video midquel/prequel The Lion King 1½, and as well as numerous episodes of The Lion Guard, including "Return of the Roar", "The Rise of Scar", "Battle for the Pride Lands", "Never Judge a Hyena by its Spots", "The Rise of Makuu", "Bunga the Wise", "Can't Wait to be Queen", "Eye of the Beholder", "The Kupatana Celebration", "Fuli's New Family", "The Search for Utamu", "Follow That Hippo!", "The Call of the Drongo", "Paintings and Predictions", "The Mbali Fields Migration", "Bunga and the King", "The Imaginary Okapi", "Janja's New Crew", "Baboons!", "Beware the Zimwi", "Lions of the Outlands", "The Trail to Udugu", "The Scorpion's Sting", "Pride Landers Unite!", "The Fall of Mizimu Grove", "Journey of Memories", "Friends to the End", "The Tree of Life", "Long Live the Queen", Triumph of the Roar", "Journey to the Pride Lands", and "Return to the Pride Lands".
At the 2019 San Diego Comic-Con, the filmmakers released the first footage of the film, which gave the audience "a bigger and grander hype on seeing the return of the king". As confirmed from leaked spoilers, it reveals that Kion sees a vision of his future self if he became like Scar and used the Roar of the Elders against his Lion Guard, losing his gift forever.
On September 4, 2019, it was announced that a novelization of the film will be released early before the theatrical release in addition to television broadcasts for the Japanese dubbed versions of the films.
In July 2019, the majority of the voice cast was announced, including Matthew Broderick, Jeremy Irons, Nathan Lane, Ernie Sabella, Alfre Woodard, Jason Marsden, Lacey Chabert, Andy Dick, and James Earl Jones reprising their respective roles as Simba, Scar, Timon, Pumbaa, Sarabi, Kovu, Vitani, Nuka, and Mufasa from the original film.
In August 2019, following the release of "Battle for the Pride Lands", it was announced that several guest stars would all reprise their roles from The Lion Guard, including Andrew Kishino as Janja, Vargus Mason as Cheezi, Kevin Schon as Chungu, John O'Hurley as Hadithi, Lynette Dupree as Ma Tembo, Blair Underwood as Makuu, and Michael Dorn as Bupu. 22 days later, Behzad Dabu was cast to reprise the voice of Azaad the Asiatic cheetah from The Lion Guard after his announcement of his character's return, and Miki Yamashita and Peyton Elizabeth Lee were cast to reprise the voices of Nirmala and Rani.
New additions of the cast includes Max Charles, Joshua Rush, Diamond White, Dusan Brown, Atticus Shaffer, Bryana Salaz, Landry Bender, and Maia Mitchell reprising the voices of Kion, Bunga, Fuli, Beshte, Ono, Anga, Makini, and Jasiri from The Lion Guard. Eden Riegel, Nika Futterman, and Khary Payton replace Neve Campbell, the late Suzanne Pleshette, and Robert Guillaume as Kiara, Zira, and Rafiki, respectively.
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In July 2019, Hans Zimmer signed on to compose the film's score. Christopher Willis, who composes the musical score in The Lion Guard, will also contribute music to the score, using Zimmer's musical note of "This Land" from the original 1994 film to create a new hybrid theme, as well as Nick Glennie-Smith and Don L. Harper.
Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, who voices Nala in the live-action remake, will write a new song with Elton John, who had signed onto the project to rework his musical compositions shortly before his retirement, and several songs written by John, Tim Rice, and Beau Black will also be featured as well.
Returning original songs will include "Circle of Life", "I Just Can't Wait to be King", "Hakuna Matata", "Can You Feel the Love Tonight", "That's All I Need (Meerkat Rhapsody)", "Where Do I Belong", "Spirit", "We Are One", "My Lullaby", "Kion's Lament", "A Beautiful Day (Ni Siku Nzuri)", "Zuka Zama", "Tonight We Strike", "Bring Back a Legend", "Fujo", "The Path of Honor", "Today Is My Day", "Good King Simba", "Tujiinue", "We Will Defend ('Til the Pride Lands' End)", "A New Way to Go", "On the Last Night", "When I Led the Guard", "Call of the Guard", "Be Prepared", "Of the Same Pride", "Not One of Us", "Love Will Find a Way", "Long Live the Queen", "Never Too Late", "Here Comes the Lion Guard", "The Power of the Roar", "Find Your Way Back", "He Lives in You", and "Digga Tunnah".
According to Willis, Zimmer will incorporate all of the major themes of the Lion King saga and The Lion Guard episodes.
The film will be released in North America on July 19, 2024, marking the 30th anniversary of the release of The Lion King.
The film was released early the DisneyNOW app, September 2, 2019.
On August 19, it was announced that the film would premiere early on the upcoming streaming service of Disney+ in 2020.
The Ford Riley Cut
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment is scheduled to release an alternate version of the film, titled The Ford Riley Cut. Ilya Salkind confirmed that Riley was involved in the project to re-cut TLKR using unused footage. Gus Constantellis worked on the project alongside Riley and Sarah Mirza, who supervised the film's reconstruction. Despite some initial confusion, Mirza confirmed that all the footage shot by Riley in 2017 was recovered and transferred from a vault in the United States.
The review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 76% with an average score of 6.5/10.
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- The film marks as the unofficial fifth and final animated film in the Lion King franchise.
- In 2009, Michael Dorn voiced Optimus Prime from the Transformers franchise for toy commercials, promoting Revenge of the Fallen, the second installment of the film series.
- Dorn portrayed Worf in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
- Andrew Kishino also voiced Autobot Jazz in numerous Transformers video games based on the film series and Saw Gerrera in Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
- Joshua Rush recurs in the Disney Channel's Andi Mack as Cyrus Goodman.
- Maia Mitchell voiced Wendy Darling from Peter Pan in the Disney Junior series Jake and the Never Land Pirates.
- Landry Bender co-starred as Cyd Ripley in Best Friends Whenever.
- Rachel Crow voiced Carla, one of Blu and Jewel's daughters in Rio 2.
- Tiffany Espensen portrayed Cindy, one of Peter Parker's classmates in Spider-Man: Homecoming and Avengers: Infinity War, in which the films are part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU).
- The film is not canon to the Disney Reborn Multiverse.
- The IUCN Red List has developed a program called "Protect the Rare" in sponsoring the film's release as 28,338 species are considered at risk of extinction because of human activity, in particular overfishing, hunting and land development, but can make a difference if citizens help in keeping Earth clean, and ending deforestation and illegal logging.
- The film's post and mid-credits scenes were taken out during pre-production after an announcement that a fourth season of The Lion Guard would be cancelled.
- This is considered to be the re-release of the 2019 version of TLKR.
- Keegan-Michael Key voiced Ducky in Disney/Pixar's Toy Story 4 and Judge Peckinpah in Columbia Pictures/Rovio Entertainment's The Angry Birds Movie.
- Kimiko Glenn voices Peni Parker / SP//dr in Sony Pictures Animation's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and Lena De Spell in the 2017 reboot of DuckTales.
- Michael Luwoye and Christopher Jackson are known for playing the title role in the Broadway musical Hamilton.
- Christian Slater portrayed Mr. Robot in the television series of the same name.
- Common voiced Seymour the emperor penguin in Warner Bros. Pictures' Happy Feet Two, replacing Fat Joe from the first film, and the Stonekeeper in Smallfoot, as well as co-starring as Civil Rights Movement leader James Bevel in Selma.
- Nolan North and Steve Blum are known to voice Deadpool and Wolverine in Marvel video games, direct-to-video films and television series.
- North also voiced Terence in The Angry Birds Movie 2, replacing Sean Penn.
- Justin Felbinger voiced Miles Callisto in the second and third seasons of Miles from Tomorrowland.
- Dee Bradley Baker provided the voices of the clone troopers in The Clone Wars and Squilliam Fancyson in SpongeBob SquarePants.
- Kevin Michael Richardson voiced Jabba the Hutt in The Clone Wars.
- In one of the film's teaser trailers, Basi's speech before the battle of the Outlands is a reference to "Hope", the second cinematic trailer of Star Wars: The Old Republic, which was narrated by Richardson as the voice of Jace Malcom.
- John O'Hurley guest starred as King Neptune in SpongeBob (excluding The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie).
- Kevin Michael Richardson voiced Jabba the Hutt in The Clone Wars.
- Sinbad voiced Roper the forklift in DisneyToon Studios' Planes.
- Rachel House voiced the character of Gramma Tala in the 2016 Disney animated film Moana. A year later, she played Grandmaster's bodyguard Topaz in Thor: Ragnarok.
- Greg Ellis co-starred as Lieutenant Theodore Groves in the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise and had a cameo appearance as Chief Engineer Olsen in J.J. Abrams' Star Trek, the first installment of the reboot series.
- Shohreh Aghdashloo co-starred as Dr. Kavita Rao in 20th Century Fox Pictures' X-Men: The Last Stand and Commodore Paris in Star Trek: Beyond.
- Madison Pettis voiced Lala the chihuahua in the Beverly Hills Chihuahua series.
- Sarah Hyland voiced Batgirl in Lego DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League – Gotham City Breakout and starred as Haley Dunphy in Modern Family.
- Penny Johnson Jerald recurs as Dr. Claire Finn in Seth MacFarlane's The Orville.
- Shahadi Wright Joseph's first major acting role came when she was cast as young Nala in The Lion King on Broadway when she was nine years old.
- Jaime Camil voiced Papá Enrique Rivera in 2017's Coco.
- Despite being uncredited for providing Kion's singing voice in The Lion Guard: Season 3, this is the first time Aaron Daniel Jacob is credited for his work in Lion King-related media.
- Jacob also sang several songs in Phineas and Ferb throughout the series.
- Sacha Baron Cohen previously voiced King Julien in the Madagascar films, while Danny Jacobs voiced the character in the franchise's television series and 2014's Penguins of Madagascar.
- Clyde Kusatsu portrayed Wong, a Marvel Comics character in 1978's Dr. Strange.
- This is the first Disney animated feature to have the emperor, Adélie, Magellantic and rockhopper penguins appear since Warner Bros. Pictures' Happy Feet.
- This is also the first Disney animated feature to have red ruffed and ring-tailed lemurs appear since the Madagascar franchise.
Differences from the 2019 film
- Some animals that didn't appear in the original film (either appearing in later media or never appeared in the franchise at all before the remake) appear in this film. They include aardvarks, dragonflies, dung beetles, grey-crowned cranes, grey parrots, weaverbirds, white storks, honey badgers, egrets, cobras, skinks, Darwin's foxes, jackals, monitor lizards, scorpions, penguins, polar bears, giant pandas, lemurs, Siberian tigers, musk deer, mountain goats, eagles, Zanzibar red colobuses, macaws, pangolins, Malayan tapirs, kakapos, binturongs, forest hogs, yellow baboons, snowy owls, African wild dogs, Ethiopian wolves, striped polecats, black mambas, boomslangs, rainbow agamas and hamerkops.
- The marmot that gave Zazu news about the Pride Lands is absent in the film. In fact, the marmot is a gopher, and they are not native to Africa in real life. Instead, Zazu flies around to search for news happening in the Pride Lands.
- Fred and Timon's father are also absent in the film.
- During the scene where Timon catches up with Pumbaa and they happily reunite before running across the desert to return to Pride Rock after Simba is told by Mufasa to take place as king, the song heard is not "Busa" which was in the 2019 version, but instead "Spirit" performed by Beyoncé.
- An African version of "He Lives in You" is heard during Kiara's presentation, which was English in the original version.
- Simba, Nala, Kiara, Zuri, Tiifu, Sarabi, Rafiki, Makini, Zazu, Pumbaa, Timon, his mother, Mtoto, Twiga, Shingo, Juhudi, Basi, Thurston, Vuruga Vuruga, Tamaa, Uroho, Mwevi, Mwizi, Uncle Max, Chama, Mzaha, Furaha, Ajabu, Mbuni, Swala, Muhimu, Hamu, Muhangus, Muhanga, Pim, Kenge, Sumu, and numerous groups of African wild dogs, Ethiopian wolves, striped polecats, black mambas, boomslangs and rainbow agamas are present in the final battle of the Outlands before Scar is destroyed by Kion for good.
- In that same moment, Nne and Tano babysit Tunu and Wema during the battle, in order to keep them safe.
- The film features a warning before it starts, likely due to the emotional scenes, including Mufasa and Janna's deaths: "The following feature contains some scenes that deal with the Circle of Life and may be intense for younger viewers. Parents may want to watch with their kids."
- Brown Lindiwe Mkhize, who has portrayed Rafiki in the Broadway production, replaces Carmen Twillie as the lead singer in "Circle of Life".
- In this film, Zuri portrays a role in being Kion's ex-girlfriend before he marries Rani.
- Mama Binturong, Makucha, and their army are confirmed deceased after Kion uses the Roar of the Elders to create a tornado which sucks and carries them away far from the Tree of Life to never be seen again.
- At the marriage of Kion and Rani (as well as his coronation), Reirei's pack, Mzingo's parliament, Kiburi's float, Makuu's float, Muhimu's herd, Swala's herd, Vuruga Vuruga's herd, Kely's troop, Domog's pack, Astuto's leash, Timon's mother, Uncle Max, Muhangus, Muhanga, Chura, Nne, Tano, Wema, Tunu, Madoa, Twiga, Juhudi, Tenuk, Seisou, Kifaru, Mwenzi, Mbuni, Tamaa, Ajabu, Chama, Mzaha, Furaha, Uroho, Mwevi, Mwizi, Hadithi, Kulinda, Ona, Heng Heng, Pua, Vitani and her Lion Guard are added in the many crowds of animals.
- Sokwe plays a bigger role than his previous appearances in The Lion Guard, as an added segment is revealing Sokwe sending Shujaa to the Pride Lands and fight against Scar's army of Outlanders.
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- ↑ Watson also voiced Mtoto's mother, Mbuni the ostrich and Muhanga the aardvark, replacing the late Russi Taylor, respectively, although she was uncredited.
- ↑ Wahlgren also voiced Laini, replacing Meghan Strange from The Lion Guard, respectively, although she was uncredited.
- ↑ Riley also voiced Binga and Bogino, although she was uncredited.
- ↑ Strange also voiced Astuto the Darwin's fox, although she was uncredited.
- ↑ Jang also voiced Tsah the water shrew, although he was uncredited.
- ↑ Chun also voiced the peacock leader, although he was uncredited.
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- ↑ Baker also voiced Mwevi and Mwizi, although he was uncredited.
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