On January 27, BroadwayCon will host “20 Years on Pride Rock,” an historic conversation with Tony Award-winning Lion King director Julie Taymor and Whoopi Goldberg, who originated the role of Shenzi in the 1994 animated film. The Lion King opened on...
Simba and Kovu go psycho in this recut trailer of “The Lion King” to make it look like an upcoming horror movie. I used clips from both “The Lion King” movies (1 and 2), not just the first.
Watched some trailers, tv spots, different stuff to see a few techniques used. Learned new stuff, liked how the beginning and end turned out (the middle block not so much). Real shame I couldn’t make it longer. At 1:35 feels pretty damned short.
Yeah, I cheated and used a couple of voice bits from other things, but otherwise it’s all Lion King. And yeah, I’m overusing Akira Yamaoka but there’s nothing better for creepy or horror music. Warning, very loud. Lots of “BANG!”s (which I don’t like either but I have a limited amount of SFX). Enjoy.
-Akira Yamaoka — Over (Silent Hill OST)
-Shirley Walker — Last Chance (Final Destination Original Score)
-Harry Gregson Williams — The Sorrow (Metal Gear Solid 3 OST)
-Akira Yamaoka — I’ll Kill You (Silent Hill OST)
-Akira Yamaoka — All (Silent Hill OST)
-Immediate Music — Sixty Voices Rise 5 (Themes for Orchestra and Choir)
-Akira Yamaoka — Ain’t Gonna Rain (Silent Hill OST)
-Akira Yamaoka — Didn’t Know Didn’t Know (Silent Hill 4 Unreleased Soundtrack)
Extra sound clips from:
-Silent Hill 2.
-Silent Hill 3.
-Silent Hill Movie (trailer)
-The Incredible Hulk (1996).
Prior to this past week, the weekly gross record for The Lion King was $2,885,371, which took place in the week ending December 28, 2014. Nevertheless, despite setting the record for the highest weekly gross, this past week did not come close to...
Kyle Banks grew up in New Orleans, where he performed at NOCCA and studied at St. Augustine High School and Dillard University. He was cast in the Broadway production of The Lion King in 2003 and has since performed in New York and touring...
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