The lion king is back.
And it’s all thanks to a brand new 3D film and Blu-ray that comes in the form of The Lion Kingdom 4K Blu-rays.
The 4K version of the Lion King returns for the first time since 2015 with a score that ranges from a grandiose piano ballad to a more restrained version of “Romeo and Juliet.”
And it comes in two versions, with the “bigger” Blu-Ray featuring a bigger version of all the scenes from the film.
Both versions come with all of the original soundtrack, including the original songs.
But that’s not all, the 4K edition also includes all the extras from the original film.
It includes the original theatrical trailer and a “big screen-sized version” of “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.”
You can also get the original animated featurette, as well as the featurettes from the Disney Pixar and DreamWorks Animation studio, as part of the package.
But what about the movie itself?
Here’s everything you need to know about the Disney Lion King: Disney is releasing a new film in 3D with a brand-new score and a brand spanking new 3-D version.
The Lion Kings 3D version comes with a “Bigger” version of everything from the movie that includes the first trailer, “ROMEO AND JULIE,” a big screen-size version of both “ROMEO AND JULIA” and “HONEY, I SHRUNK THE KIDS,” and the new animated featurettes.
It also includes the full original theatrical film, the film’s soundtrack, and the original original animated short.
But it’s the “Biggest” version that we’ll be talking about here.
This version comes in a huge 5.5″ x 8.5″, which is bigger than what you’d find in a standard Blu-RAY, and it comes with an additional 8 minutes of footage, including a scene that’s been cut from the “Hair-Up” trailer.
The new 3DO version of The Little Mermaid is the one to watch.
It comes in 4K and 4K HDR with a 60fps standard definition output, and comes with all the original score and soundtrack.
But you can also check out the trailer, which was originally filmed for the original “Horse Tales” trailer, to see it in its glory.
The trailer is also available in 2D for those who want to see the trailer in 3-dimensional.
But for those of you who prefer the standard Blu Ray version, this is your best bet.
And while this is a big movie, it’s also a fun ride.
The film opens in theaters on December 7th.