With the success of The Lion King, Disney is all set to come up with a sequel that will be directed by Barry Jenkins.
Jenkins states how he grew, helping his sister raise two young kids in the ’90s. He thanks Disney for having him work the possibilities of broadening the masterpiece of love and relationship. Having bagged a whopping $1.5 billion at the international box office, the Lion King sequel is based on the 2019 remake of The Lion King as opposed to the 1994 anime. According to resources, the story is set on the younger years of Mufasa, who is the father of Simba and a key character of the movie that sets the storyline.
The voice cast line up for the sequel has been disclosed. James Earl Jones is set to voice for Mufasa, Donald Glover as Simba, Beyonce Knowles-Carter as Nala, Billy Eichner and Seth Rogen as Timon and Pumba. More information is yet to be revealed by Disney.
The movie is said to be based on its photorealistic 2019 counterpart. Though the setback and the releasing date of the movie are yet to be revealed, it is said to be a prequel to The Lion King