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The Lion King Returns to Your Homes Today! Bonus Features Include….

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Can you believe it’s already been 23 years since The Lion King came out?

I know I wasn’t a kid when The Lion King first came out in 1994. In fact I was a 20 year old college student who LOVED Disney, so I saw it in theaters a few times, then picked it up on DVD when it first became available for the home.

Now that so many years have gone by and I have kids of my own I want them to experience Hakuna Matata. Since my old DVD is long gone I am excited to have the new DVD Blu-ray Signature Collection edition of The Lion King! You can buy it today too – it’s officially released!

The wait is over. For the first time ever, experience the majesty of Disney’s epic animated masterpiece as it roars off the screen and into your living room on Blu-ray and Blu-ray 3D. With a spectacular digital picture, spine-tingling high definition sound and immersive bonus features—you will feel the love for this critically acclaimed and universally beloved classic like never before.


Embark on an extraordinary coming-of-age adventure as Simba, a lion cub who cannot wait to be king, searches for his destiny in the great “Circle of Life.” You will be thrilled by the breathtaking animation, unforgettable Academy Award®–winning music (1994: Best Original Score; Best Song, “Can You Feel The Love Tonight”) and timeless story. The king of all animated films reigns on Disney Blu-ray 3D—magic in a new dimension.

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Be sure to check out my coverage of that time I got to sit in on a big presentation of The Lion King from the creators!

The Lion King is available on DVD/Blu-ray today!

Bonus Features:

BLU-RAY, DIGITAL*:

  1. Brand New Sing-Along Version
  2. Audio Commentary – View the film with commentary by producer Don Hahn and co-directors Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff.
  3. Visualizing a Villain – Against a backdrop of live dancers and the animated “Be Prepared” sequence, artist David Garibaldi paints a masterpiece of evil.
  4. The Recording Sessions – Watch rare footage of the actors recording their roles, matched with the final animation. Intro by Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff.
  5. Nathan and Matthew: The Extended Lion King Conversation – Nathan Lane (Timon) and Matthew Broderick (Adult Simba) offer candid and hilarious insights into their Lion Kingexperiences.
  6. Inside the Story Room – Co-directors Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff present archival footage of five original story pitches.
  7. Circle of Life – See how color creates emotion and meaning in the film’s iconic opening.
  8. Simba & Nala – See how elements proposed in story meetings evolve into what appears onscreen.
  9. Simba Takes Nala Out to Play – …And, sometimes what seems funny in story meetings never makes it into the film!
  10. Hakuna Matata – Co-directors Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff sing, act and dance their hearts out as they pitch the “Hakuna Matata” sequence.
  11. Rafiki and Reflecting Pool – Co-directors Roger Allers & Rob Minkoff pitch a sequence that becamethe emotional heart of The Lion King to Producer Don Hahn.
  12. Music & More – Sing along to your favorite songs from the movie!
  13. “Circle of Life”
  14. “I Just Can’t Wait to Be King”
  15. “Be Prepared”
  16. “Hakuna Matata”
  17. “Can You Feel the Love Tonight”
  18. Galleries
  19. Visual Development – Explore a gallery of striking artwork that inspired the movie’s look and feel.
  20. Character Design – Trace the development of the film’s unforgettable characters through early concept art drawings.
  21. Storyboards – Examine storyboards created in the development of “The Lion King.”
  22. Layouts – Feast your eyes on layouts created in the development of “The Lion King.”
  23. Backgrounds & Layouts – Journey through a gallery of landscape paintings that shaped the world of “The Lion King.”
  24. Classic Bonus Features (Digital Only) – These offerings from prior home entertainment releases include hours of bonus material, such as bloopers, audio commentary, deleted and alternate scenes, and in-depth journeys into the music, film, story, animals and stage show.

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