Mufasa tells simba not to go to the shadowlands because he knows scar's kids(kovu and nala) hang out there.
-Simba forgets about what his father said because he got distracted by the butterflies flying around,anyway,he meets kovu then nala. They see kiara and ask if she wants to play too. They all become friends.
Scar executes the stampede plan, but Mufasa doesn't die.
Mufasa exiles scar and his kids.
A few years pass, and Simba is betrothed to Kiara.
-Scar and Kovu enjoy watching some of Scar's followers burning the pridelands. Nala thinks this is wrong and...
One warm early mourning, mufassa took simba to see the whole entire pride land were he's gonna rule when he takes his place.Simba asked"what about that shadowy place? can i go there?" Mufassa warned Simba not to go there because there are lots of dangers.Later in the day Simba had forgtten that he shall not go beyond pride rock,but then he got distracted by the butterflies flying around.Then he walked off the borders of the pride lands, Simba was still chasing the butterflies until he came to the outsiders land and bumped into one outsider cub named Kovu.Kovu got startled,he spun around and...
[I originally posted this at The Lion King Source as ElChivato.]
I mean for a crime other than Scar's. Fanfiction is fun fun fun! But the bottom line is; in movie making if anything gets complicated, it would be somewhat or extremely directly explained - NOT hidden behind hints.
Even the director of TLK2 says "the seeds of it are in the first film". (In the Making of documentary "Proud of Simba's Pride".) And the last time I checked, no crimes happen in that film apart from the one committed by Scar. And because the second film did not specify any crime other than the...
I really wonder how do people see "so many plot holes"? Because I can see ONLY TWO and even they are relative.
A plot hole is something that causes the plot or a part of the plot to not add up or to not make sense. These two movies don't have such, as all you have to do is pay attention to what is said and how it is said, and at some points to use common sense.
1.) The cub's design and the ceremony.
But officially that is not a plot hole. As Disney has made it official it is "Fluffy"/Kiara in the movie universe. As in introduced no one else in the...
In the original script (which was started 2-3 years before Simba's Pride was released) there were no Outlanders. It was only Zira (then known as Bianca), Kovu, and the three hyenas. In this script, Kovu was Scar's son. This was changed because if Zira was Scar's mate, then why would she team up with the hyenas, who killed Scar. They also had to change the fact of Kovu being Scar's son because that would be bordering on incest. (It would make Kovu and Kiara second cousins.)
Kathleen Turner was originally going to be the voice of Zira. Christian Slater was going to do the voice of...
Princess Kairia, was engrossed as she listened to her grandfather the former king Simba, as he told her a story of one of the adventures he had with her grandmother when he was a cub. "There Grandma and I were cornered by the hyenas they were moving in for the kill. I did the only thing I could think of, I roared at them." Kairia looked at her grandfather impressed and asked him "Wow Grandpa did that scare them off?" Simba laughed heartily at his granddaughter and said "No, dear one I'm afraid it didn't." Kairia asked confused "But Grandpa if it didn't work then how did you and grandma get...
The sun was shining, the savannah was buzzing with the talk of a new cub. Its name was Kopa, and it was Simba and Nala’s first cub. The cub was a male, and he was very healthy. Simba and Nala were very happy. Nala called him “her little angel”, and Simba smiled and said “you will be king one day.”
The next day was a hot, sunny day in the pride lands. All the animals gathered around pride rock for the dedication of little Kopa. Rafiki smiled, as he blessed the young cub. Kopa looked up, and smiled, just as his father had so many years ago. Rafiki held up the small lion,...
Did the Disney studio steal Kimba The White Lion and rework it as their 'original story', The Lion King? They certainly give that impression with their corporate stance ('we never heard of Tezuka nor Kimba until after The Lion King was released'). And why would they have filed suit to try to prevent the showing of Tezuka Productions' 1997 Jungle Emperor Leo movie at the 1998 Toronto FantAsia Film Festival? (Jungle Emperor was the original title for Kimba The White Lion.) It seems quite simple; Kimba had been kept out of sight in North America for 20 years by that time.
i haven't watched the WHOLE 2nd movie because i:
1. fall asleep,
2. watch it in a car and don't get to watch the rest because i got to the destination,
3. had a fight with one of my sisters in the middle of the movie,
4. had the microwave explode in popcorn.
(don't give me spoilers, (please.))
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