The Lion King 2 Updates: The live-action sequel, The Lion King 2 would not be appropriate for the pride of Simba. Basically, this direct-to-video sequel from 1998 could not offer an agenda.
And in this particular article, we bring you the reasons for the same. So, let us get to know why this is inappropriate?
The Unsatisfied Expectations
Almost each and every person is aware of the upcoming The Lion King 2 movie. But it would not be of a much resemblance. Basically, it won’t be similar to 1998’s The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride. Moreover, the follow up from the 1990s was far better.
Precisely, from most of Disney’s heap of non-theatrical upshots of the day. Most importantly, it was not even at an equivalent level as that of the original movie. Hamlet to Romeo and Juliet is the sole inspiration for The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride. In addition to this, it is a kid-friendly story of forbidden love between Simba.
Along with Nala’s daughter Kiara, and the heir to Scar’s exiled tribe, Kovu. The soundtrack is a sort of forgetting one. But what eventually matters is the happy ending. Basically, the reunion of the Pride Lands. Sadly, this won’t fulfill the expectations of The Lion King 2.
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Since the original movie did not have much to give to its fans. We have an obvious reason for the new movie to not pull off. Precisely, Simba’s Pride. The storyline talks about love among unestablished characters. But Disney won’t be able to cut it.
The sole reason for that being the 2019 Lion King’s $1.6 billion box office take. Simba’s Pride lacks in action, emotional intrigue, or spectacle throughout the movie. Basically, this was written for the VHS tapes.
The critical reception of the movie would most likely force. And change the movie’s sequel to its original track.
The Lion King is not an appropriate remake. Yet it was of much different than the original one. Moreover, one never knows if they like the change or not. Since different people have different perspectives. Basically, now it is up to Disney. How would they pull off this already made film?