The Lion King: 'Cried As Children, Crying As Adults,' Say Netizens As Mufasa's Death Remains Just As Tragic 25 Years Later

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The much-loved animation film of the ‘90s ‘ The Lion King’ is back on the big screen and its live-action version is also highly appreciated by the audience. As the film released on Friday, July 19, it yet again took fans down the memory line.

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Updated On:

The much-loved animation film of the ‘90s ‘ The Lion King’ is back on the big screen and its live-action version is also highly appreciated by the audience. As the film released on Friday, July 19, it yet again took fans down the memory line.

Here's the trailer:

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While viewers were overwhelmed to see the Simba, Pumba, and others recreate the 90's magic, they were equally pain-stricken to re-live Mufasa's death all over again. After the film hit the theaters, viewers took to Twitter to mourn the death of the ultimate king. They said they are equally heartbroken 25 years later. 

Take a look:

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Helmed by Jon Favreau, 'The Lion King', will hit the theatres on July 19. It will see Donald Glover lending his voice to the much-loved character of Simba. While John Oliver will be heard as Zazu and Seth Rogen will lend his voice to Pumbaa. With the screenplay written by Jeff Nathanson and songs by legends like Elton John and Time Rice, the movie will be directed by Jon Favreau. James Earl Jones, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Billy Eichner, and Alfre Woodard are also a part of the cast ensemble. It will release in India in English, Hindi, Tamil, and Telugu.

 

 

 

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