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Simba assigns his friends Timon and Pumbaa to follow her. After entering the forbidden "Outlands," Kiara meets a young cub, Kovu, and they escape from crocodiles while befriending each other. Zira reminds Simba of how he exiled her and the other Outsiders, and she reveals that Scar selected Kovu to be his successor despite not being his biological father.
He then tells her that they are a part of each other. In the Outlands, Zira reminds Kovu that Simba killed Scar and exiled the lionesses who respected him.
Several years later, Kiara, now a young adult, begins her first solo hunt. Simba has Timon and Pumbaa follow her in secret, causing her to hunt away from the Pride Lands. Later that night, Simba has a nightmare about attempting to save Mufasa from falling into the wildebeest stampede but is stopped by Scar who then morphs into Kovu and sends Simba to his death.
The next day, Kovu contemplates attacking Simba as he was instructed to, but he teaches Kiara how to hunt instead and eventually realizes his feelings for her. Later, Kiara and Kovu stargaze where they talk about the Great Kings of the Past and Kovu wonders if there is a darkness in him like there was in Scar.
Simba watches the two from afar and Nala convinces him to give Kovu a chance. Kovu attempts to reveal his mission to Kiara, but Rafiki interrupts and leads them to the jungle, where he introduces them to "upendi" an erroneous form of upendowhich means "love" in Swahili.
The two lions fall in love. Zira sets a trap for her son and Simba. The next day, Kovu attempts to reveal his mission to Kiara, but Simba takes him around the Pride Lands and tells him the real story of how Scar died.
Kovu returns to Pride Rock to plead Simba for his forgiveness but is exiled.
Kiara makes Simba realize that he is acting irrationally, and flees to find Kovu. The two lions later find each other and profess their love. Realizing that they must reunite the two prides, Kiara and Kovu return to the Pride Lands and convince them to stop fighting.
When Zira attempts to kill Simba, Kiara intervenes and Zira falls to her death.
With his enemy gone, Simba accepts the Outsiders back into the Pride Lands, and appoints Kovu and Kiara as his successors. Cam Clarke provided his singing voice. Ian Harrowell served as the supervising animator for Simba.
Ian Harrowell served as the supervising animator for Nala. Bob Baxter served as the supervising animator for Timon. Bob Baxter served as the supervising animator for Pumbaa.
Bob Baxter served as the supervising animator for Rafiki.
Bob Baxter served as the supervising animator for Zazu. Lianne Hughes served as the supervising animator for Kiara. Michelle Horn voiced young Kiara, while Charity Sanoy provided her singing voice and Ashley Edner provided her lion growls.
Andrew Collins served as the supervising animator for Kovu. Ian Harrowell served as the supervising animator for Nuka. Kevin Peaty served as the supervising animator for Vitani. Lacey Chabert voiced young Vitani while Crysta Macalush provided her singing voice. Kevin Peaty served as the supervising animator for Zira.
He was voiced by Jeremy Irons in the original film. Production[ edit ] Discussion began about the possibility of a sequel to The Lion King before the first film even hit theaters.
Andy Dick was also confirmed to have signed on to voice Nunka, the young villain-in-training-turned hero, who attempts to romance Aisha. According to Rooney, the final draft gradually became a variation of Romeo and Juliet. However, all storyboarding and pre-production work was done at the Feature Animation studio in Burbank, California.
The DVD release featured the film in a letterboxed 1. In Januarythe film, along with the sequels, went back into moratorium. The review later went on to say that "Though most of the original characters and their voices are back, they all sound bored, apart from the zesty addition of Suzanne Pleshette as the scheming Zira.
The overall result is OK for kids, who will enjoy the low humor provided by the comical meerkat Timon and the flatulent warthog Pumbaa, but it could have been so much better. Not unlike its predecessor, Lion King II has enough across-the-board appeal to entertain viewers of all ages.The Lion King II: Simbas Pride (later retitled The Lion King 2: Simbas Pride) is an American direct-to-video film released by Walt Disney Pictures on.
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The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (later retitled The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride) is a American animated direct-to-video romantic musical film and a sequel to Disney's animated feature film, The Lion King. "Love Will Find a Way" – Sung by Liz Callaway and Gene Miller. A romantic love song that includes of Kiara and Kovu's first.
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