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EntertainmentHere’s the One Real Shot in Disney’s ‘The Lion King’ Remake

23:58  28 july  2019
23:58  28 july  2019 Source:   indiewire.com

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Real or not, audiences have been swept away by “ The Lion King ,” with the film once again holding court as the top box-office Coupled with the film’ s overseas take, “ The Lion King ” has already netted $ 1 billion globally and will surely continue to succeed as families come out in droves to see the remake .

Real or not, audiences have been swept away by “ The Lion King ,” with the film once again holding court as the top box-office Coupled with the film’ s overseas take, “ The Lion King ” has already netted $ 1 billion globally and will surely continue to succeed as families come out in droves to see the remake .

Of all the seemingly live-action shots in “The Lion King,” only one is real, and it’s the first shot of the movie. Director Jon Favreautweeted this weekend, “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.'”

The otherwise completely CG movie — which IndieWire called “a disastrous plunge into the uncanny valley” — boasts extremely photorealistic animals, and yet this opening shot of the setting sun, as “The Circle of Life” vaults from the screen and right into your nostalgia center, is the only moment that Favreau and cinematographer Caleb Deschanel actually shot. IndieWire recently interviewed Deschanel about achieving the film’s naturalistic look.

“The most important thing was to create a reality to the filmmaking in terms of shots and lighting,” Deschanel told IndieWire. “Jon didn’t want perfection. There were a lot of rough shots. But it’s not totally like a documentary, because in a documentary, you can’t get close to lions this way. And every animal movement and gesture was something that they can do in real life.”

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Taking the Mickey: how Disney swallowed up all of culture 21 March 2020 | The Guardian - TV News. In Africa, the lion cub Simba is the pride and joy of his parents King Mufasa and Queen Sarabi. Would have been the perfect fit. Q: The director said there is only one live shot in the movie.

Reviews for Disney ' s remake of " The Lion King " are in and critics seem to have split into two camps: ones that found the film to be a solid reimagining of a While visuals have been lauded as a technical achievement, the hyper realism seems to be at odds with the musical elements — something the

Here’s the One Real Shot in Disney’s ‘The Lion King’ Remake© Disney 'The Lion King' Real or not, audiences have been swept away by “The Lion King,” with the film once again holding court as the top box-office champ for the second week in a row, earning $75 million this weekend and besting even Quentin Tarantino’s newly opened “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” Coupled with the film’s overseas take, “The Lion King” has already netted $1 billion globally and will surely continue to succeed as families come out in droves to see the remake.

IndieWire also spoke with the film’s VFX team about making “The Lion King” as a kind of feature-length nature doc. “We shot 12,000 takes of photography and whittled it down to the 1,600 shots that are actually in the movie,” said Adam Valdez, MPC’s VFX supervisor. “What Jon [Favreau] wanted was this magical combination of the best of what the animated film process has to offer and the best that live action has to offer.

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The Lion King is one of the most cherished Disney animated classics in existence, so it goes without saying that everyone is super invested in the live action remake slated to hit theaters in 2019. Even though there are critics who say Disney shouldn't try to fix something that' s not broken, even they'll

The Lion King is a 2019 American musical film directed and produced by Jon Favreau, written by Jeff Nathanson, and produced by Walt Disney Pictures.

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