There are no announced plans for a film called The Lion King 4.The Lion King II: Simba's Pride came out in 1998 as a direct-to-video sequel to Disney’s 1994 animated film, followed by a limited release theatrical film prequel, The Lion King 1½. in 2004. Disney also produced a made-for-TV film, The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar, which aired on the Disney Channel in 2015. Disney has not announced plans for another animated film sequel or prequel to The Lion King.However, Disney is producing a CGI and motion-capture remake of The Lion King, which stars the voices of Donald Glover and James Earl Jones and is scheduled to be released to theaters on July 19, 2019. This film is simply titled The Lion King.
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Following the events of The Lord of the Rings Meriadoc Brandybuck married Estella, the second child of Odovacar Bolger and Rosamunda Took. He, along with Sam and Pippin, was named Counsellor of the North-Kingdoms by King Elessar in Fo.A. (fourth age, which begins with the defeat of Sauron) 13.In Fo.A. 6, Peregrin Took married Diamond of Long Cleeve, of whom we know little beyond what’s obvious from her name. Together they had a son, Faramir, three years later. In Fo.A. 13, Pippin succeeded his father Paladin as the 32nd Thain of the Shire, and was also made Counsellor of the North-Kingdoms. In his role as Thain, Pippin collected a library of historical information related to Numenor at Great Smials, and he and Merry worked together in compiling The Tale of Years.In Fo.A. 63, following the deaths of their wives, they resigned their offices, left their inheritances to their children, and traveled to Rohan at the request of King Eomer, where Merry served as Holdwine of the Shire. After Eomer’s death, the pair traveled to Gondor where they died, presumably of old age, a few years later. They were laid to rest in Rath Dinen, and when King Elessar eventually died, he was laid to rest beside them.
List as many Broadway shows as you can. I'm trying to obtain someone obscure audition songs. Any ideas?
Straight from my iTunes list, with some recommended songs: 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (I Love You Song; I Speak Languages) Seussical (Solla Salew is really nice) Company Sound of Music Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Gypsy (Everything's Coming up Roses) Guys and Dolls (If I Were a Bell might be good for you) Assassins Sound of Music Sweet Charity (I'm the Bravest Individual is great) Chicago Into the Woods (No One is Alone; I Know Things Now, others) Brigadoon Wicked (Popular, I'm Not That Girl, Defying Gravity, No Good Deed) Side Show (Who Will Love Me As I Am?) Drowsy Chaperone (Show Off) Carousel Mame Funny Girl (Don't Rain on My Parade) Big (Stars--not really for an alto, but a good audition song) Jesus Christ Superstar (I Don't Know How to Love Him) Oliver! (As Long As He Needs Me, I'd Do Anything) Annie Get Your Gun (No Business Like Show Business, I Got the Sun in the Morning) Pajama Game (Hernando's Hideaway) Chicago (Nowadays, I Am My Own Best Friend) Cabaret (Cabaret, Don't Tell Mama, Mein Herr) Once Upon a Mattress (Happily Ever After is HILARIOUS) 1776 (He Plays the Violin--this may be a bit high for you) Chess (Heaven Help My Heart; Nobody's Side; ESPECIALLY Someone Else's Story) Ragtime (Back to Before, Your Daddy's Son, Wheels of a Dream (a duet, but you could probably make a solo out of it)) Miss Saigon (I Still Believe--SO overused though) Merrily We Roll Along (Old Friends; Not a Day Goes By) Hairspray (Welcome to the Sixties, Good Morning Baltimore, etc.) A Chorus Line (Nothing, What I Did For Love) Annie The Wizard of Oz The Wiz (Home, Soon as I Get Home, Believe in Yourself, Ease on Down the Road)
I need a good Audition Song for "The Lion King" The Broadway Musical?
I have been to one of the broadway auditions before and can tell you that they make you sing some of i just can't wait to be king, so be prepared for that but they also gave me an option of singing something else afterwards if i had something prepared. I would suggest, "its possible" as thats what i sang and they told me they would have hired me if i had auditioned a year earlier because they thought i was awesome, buit just to tall.
What great musical am i thinking of?
Dreamgirls, Wicked, The Lion King, Mamma Mia!, Tarzan, Jersey Boys, A Chorus Line, Spamalot, The Drowsy Chaperone, Mary Poppins, Aspects of Love, Cats, Evita, Jesus Christ Superstar, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, The Phantom of the Opera, Starlight Express, Sunset Boulevard, Annie, Once Upon a Mattress, Anything Goes, Beauty and the Beast, Brigadoon, Bye Bye Birdie, Cabaret, Chicago, Chess, My Fair Lady, Oliver!, Once Upon a Mattress, Pippin, Ragtime, Rent, The Secret Garden, Titanic, Tommy, Cinderella, The King and I, Oklahoma!, The Sound of Music, South Pacific, Company, A Funny Thing Happened On the Way To the Forum, Gypsy, Into the Woods, Sweeney Todd, West Side Story LOL.
Audition song for 12-year-old boy?
My little brother is going to be participating in a performing arts competition. He's twelve, so he's asked me to help him find a song and choreograph it for him. Looking for something upbeat and catchy, possibly something that will allow him to interact with the audience some too (such as winking, pointing, etc) I'd prefer a show tune, but other suggestions are welcome! He has a good stage presence and a natural charisma (as much as a twelve-year-old can have anyway) Haha.