Disney is an effective streaming service simply for having all things Disney readily available to stream, but slowly the service is including even more initial material that, while we may not right away associate with the Disney brand, is making Disney a needs to own product. Now July is going to end simply as huge, with a brand-new film getting here July 31, Black is King, written, produced and directed by Beyonce.
Black is King is a brand-new movie that is being called a “visual album” and based on the brand name new teaser, it’s definitely difficult to categorize.
There is a connection to Disney in Black is King which assists discuss why this particular film is coming to Disney , as the film is motivated by Beyonce’s album The Lion King: The Present The album include initial music from both Beyonce and others, as well as music built around parts of the movie itself.
July marks the one year anniversary of the remake of The Lion King that included Beyonce in the function of Nala. According to Disney, Black is King as been in production for the last year.
Black is King looks absolutely sensational aesthetically. Between these images and the powerful music of The Lion King: The Gift, the movie is particular to be quite the experience.
Between Black is King and Hamilton we have a set of musical movies from varied creators that aren’t precisely the very first thing you believe of when you believe of Disney or the Disney streaming service. Disney was constantly going to be appealing to the core Disney fan audience, but by adding material like this the service has the potential to draw in a much bigger audience.
So I guess the question now is the number of times are you going to view Hamilton prior to Black is King shows up on Disney on July 31? And what other surprises might we be getting on the still fresh streaming service in the months to come?
- Dirk Libbey
Dirk (or Stephen, depending on who’s asking) is a Northern California native currently living outside Sacramento, CA. He covers movie for CinemaBlend, which indicates he hasn’t had the time for a TELEVISION program in years.
- Dirk Libbey