Disney’s Lion King: The Journey of a Lion is to be made into a UK movie.
The studio said in a statement that the project is “coming to life” at the end of the year and is in the early stages of development.
Lion king is a tale about a young boy named Kite who was captured by a lion in a jungle.
The boy was rescued by his friend and the film’s director, Phil Lord and Chris Miller, with the help of Disney.
Lord and Miller, who previously directed films including Frozen and Ant-Man, have been working on the project since May.
The duo, who are also producing the film, have already cast a huge number of actors.
The Lion King is a film about the birth of a boy, Kite, who was rescued from the jungle by his childhood friend, the lion King.
Kite is named after the legendary lion who rescued the boy in the Jungle Book.
Lord and Miller also wrote the script for the film.
The story is set in the distant future and follows the life of a young man named Kito, who becomes the King of Kite.
The lion King is one of the most popular characters in the Disney animated film franchise and he is also the name of a popular theme park in France.
The film is to star Liam Neeson, John Leguizamo, John C. Reilly, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Emma Thompson.