Beyonce, performing artist James Earl Jones and comic John Oliver are joining the cast of Walt Disney’s new real to life film rendition of “The Lion King”, the studio said.
Coordinated by Jon Favreau, the motion picture takes after the storyline of the 1994 enlivened film, in which a youthful lion named Simba experiences childhood with the African savanna after his uncle Scar plans to ursurp his dad Mufasa’s place as ruler.
Jones repeats his part as Mufasa, while the youthful Simba is voiced by Donald Glover, who as of late featured in “Solo: A Star Wars Story”. Chiwetel Ejiofor, lead on-screen character in “Twelve Years A Slave”, plays the part of the despicable Scar.
Beyonce plays Simba’s youth companion and love intrigue Nala, while Golden Globe-winning performing artist Alfre Woodard voices the character of Simba’s mom Sarabi.
Entertainer Seth Rogen assumes the personality of Simba’s warthog companion Pumbaa, while Oliver plays Zazu, the hornbill guide to Mufasa.
“It is an executive’s fantasy to amass a capable group like this to breath life into this great story,” said Favreau, who has additionally coordinated Disney’s “The Jungle Book” live-activity redo, which saw on-screen characters connecting with characters upgraded by PC created symbolism.