Opening Night Fan Event The Lion King

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Movie Info & Cast


Be among the first to see Disney's all new live-action recreation of THE LION KING exclusively in theaters on July 18th! Guests will receive an exclusive new mini poster and deals on concessions! Limited time only; while supplies last.


  • Chiwetel Ejiofor
  • John Oliver
  • James Earl Jones
  • John Kani
  • Alfre Woodard
  • JD McCrary
  • Shahadi Wright Joseph
  • Penny Johnson Jerald
  • Keegan-Michael Key
  • Eric André

Did You Know?


  • This is Jon Favreau's second Disney remake based on a Disney animated movie after directing The Jungle Book (2016).
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  • This is being referred to as a "live-action" remake of the original animated Lion King. However, CGI is still another version of animation. Unless the filmmakers are truly using real animals to play the parts, this film is an animation.
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    • Mufasa: Everything the light touches... is our kingdom. But a king's time as ruler rises and falls like the sun. One day, the sun will set on my time here, and will rise with you as the new king.
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Atom User Reviews

Verified Review

movie great, the sound quality was terrible.

Karl N
Verified Review

Lion King was everything I thought it would be and more!!!! I absolutely loved it!!!!!

Shannan S


Jul 11, 2019

Blessed with some excellent voice performances, this new King is familiar but still lively enough to encourage audiences to emotionally invest again in story they are already so familiar with.

Tim Grierson
Screen Daily
Jul 11, 2019

By and large, very few remakes, other than Gus Van Sant's shot-by-shot reproduction of Psycho, have adhered as closely to their original versions as this one does. Everything here is so safe and tame and carefully calculated as to seem pre-digested. There's nary a surprise in the whole two hours.

Metacritic review by Todd McCarthy
Todd McCarthy
The Hollywood Reporter
Jul 11, 2019

Uncanny singing animals aside, a secondary effect of the film’s commitment to zoological verisimilitude is to place the voice actors in a relatively powerless position. It’s a strange choice to assemble an all-star cast from various walks of celebrity—actors, pop singers, rappers, comedians—and then make their only contribution a verbal one.

Metacritic review by Dana Stevens
Dana Stevens