Beyoncé has been confirmed as voicing the character of Nala in the much anticipated The Lion King remake. And while Key's casting is extremely exciting, what had us nearly falling out of our chairs was when we learned that Beyoncé is officially playing the role of Nala, alongside Donald Glover playing Simba, and James Earl Jones reprising his role of Mufasa.
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What do you make of the voice cast for Disney's new Lion King?
"From Disney Live Action, director Jon Favreau's all-new "The Lion King" journeys to the African savanna where a future king is born". A high-profile cast is the first step in pushing The Lion King at the box office and during awards season, now let's see if the film can live up to the hype generated by casting Beyoncé as one of its leads.
As well as keeping Sir Elton John and Tim Rice's original songs, which include Can You Feel The Love Tonight, Be Prepared and I Just Can't Wait To Be King, the remake will also feature some new tunes. While another expressed their disgust with Disney remaking classic movies before immediately taking back their original reaction when they saw the cast list.