The Lion King: Filmmaker Jon Favreau shares the only real shot in the film
Jon Favreau, who directed the recently-released film The Lion King, took to Twitter to reveal the only real scene in it.
The Lion King is receiving positive feedback from the audience and it is highly appreciated for its live-action CGI which looks more than real.
The director of the film Jon Favreau has shared a picture of the only "real" scene of the movie. It is the first scene of the film, depicting a sunrise photographed in Africa. Favreau took to Twitter to share the photograph of the rising sun.
The image is considered iconic and found space in the 1994 animated version of The Lion King, too.
"This is the only real shot in The Lion King. There are 1,490 rendered shots created by animators and CG artists. I slipped in a single shot that we actually photographed in Africa to see if anyone would notice," Favreau captioned the image.
This is the only real shot in #TheLionKing. There are 1490 rendered shots created by animators and CG artists. I slipped in one single shot that we actually photographed in Africa to see if anyone would notice. It is the first shot of the movie that begins The Circle of Life. pic.twitter.com/CO0spSyCv4— Jon Favreau (@Jon_Favreau) July 26, 2019
He added, "It is the first shot of the movie that begins (the song) The circle of life."
The new film brings back the adventures of Simba, the lion cub who is to succeed his father Mufasa as King of the Pride Lands. The film updates the classic tale with photo-realistic and computer-generated animation, Mufasa and Simba.
The Hindi dubbed version of the film is also receiving a good response from the audience which is also noted for SRK and his Aryan Khan giving voice to the character mo
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