Epilogue: An Important Coronation
Epilogue: An Important Coronation
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Title
Epilogue: An Important Coronation
Season
N/A
Episode
34
Air Date
2019 (original workprint)
2020 (final cut)
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"We can all be reminded of their braveries. Their strengths. Their selflessness. The sacrifice a true hero always makes to help others. And there are few heroes as true as the two we have here. On the behalf of the royal family, I welcome my son, and our ally, King Kion and Queen Rani!"
—Simba

Epilogue: An Important Coronation (also known as The Lion King: Revisited - The Series Finale Part 2) is the thirty-fourth and final chapter of The Lion King: Revisited.

Behind the Scenes

As of April 2021, Myers announced Epilogue: An Important Coronation to be the second segment for the series finale of The Lion King: Revisited.

The chapter was announced to celebrate the premiere of The Lion Guard finale, "Return to the Pride Lands." Following the episode's positive feedbacks from television critics and fans, production of Revisited stated that Epilogue: An Important Coronation would be more of an adventure story that introduces new characters and locations into the world first established in King of the Jungle, an early draft of The Lion King.

The creative idea of Kion and Rani ruling the Tree of Life for a better future was one that was made out of a desire to surprise audiences with a new experience with the same characters, as well as attempt to outdo what was accomplished in The Lion Guard with an unprecedented level of creative freedom available. Before the episode's release, Disney issued a warning that the scenes with strobe-like flashing lights may trigger photosensitive migraines and seizures during some of those scenes. When the official poster featuring a massively injured Kion was released, it prompted criticism from some fans. However, Disney and Night Pride released an updated poster with Kion having less bloody scars, but was later deleted indefinitely.

In April 2021, NightPrideFan02 was influenced by critics for repetitively plagiarizing The Night Pride Series and The Lion Guard: Drama King, and as well as an edit war between them and PresidentDVD for Epilogue, among other Revisited-related media.

Synopsis

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Kion and his friends return to the Tree of Life where Kion marries the Night Pride's leader, Queen Rani, and is crowned King of the Tree of Life with his family and friends attending. Meanwhile, following an unsuccessful attack in the Chamber of the Night Pride that leaves many heroes dead, the remaining members of the Lion Guard, Night Pride, Pride Landers and Outlanders join forces against new hordes of enemies in one epic climatic battle to save their divided kingdoms, bringing the Lion King saga to a definitive end.

Cast

Crew

Appearances

Characters

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Kion
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Rani
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Makini
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Bunga
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Fuli
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Ono
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Beshte
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Anga
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Simba
(death)
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Nala
 
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Kiara
 
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Kovu
 
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Jasiri
 
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Rafiki
 
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Timon
 
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Pumbaa
 
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Ma
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Zazu
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Sarabi
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Tiifu
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Zuri
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Surak
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Baliyo
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Nirmala
Basi-profile.png
Basi
 
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Mtoto
 
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Ma Tembo
 
Zito-profile.png
Zito
(silent cameo)
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Johari
(silent cameo)
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Mtoto's Ma
(silent cameo)
Twiga-profile.png
Twiga
 
Shingo-profile.png
Shingo
(silent cameo)
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Thurston
Pinguino-profile.png
Pinguino
Sokwe-profile.png
Sokwe
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Shujaa
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Majinuni
Hafifu-profile.png
Hafifu
Azaad-profile.png
Azaad
Binga-profile.png
Binga
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Janja
 
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Cheezi
 
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Chungu
 
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Kitendo
 
Fikiri-profile.png
Fikiri
(nonspeaking)
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Tangaagim
(silent cameo)
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Cek
(silent cameo)
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Rama
(silent cameo)
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Mufasa
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Janna
Askari-profile.png
Askari
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Vitani
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Imara
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Kopa
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Reirei
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Kiburi
Kasi-profile.png
Kasi
(nonspeaking)
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Shabaha
(nonspeaking)
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Tazama
(nonspeaking)
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Safiyah
(silent cameo)
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Ajambo
(silent cameo)
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Sarama
(silent cameo)
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Wabaya
(silent cameo)
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Frost
(silent cameo)
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Sauda
(silent cameo)
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Jelani
(silent cameo)
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Akil
(silent cameo)
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Afua
(silent cameo)
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Mkale
(silent cameo)
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Uhari
(silent cameo)
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Aaliyah
(silent cameo)
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Busara
(silent cameo)
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Bora
(silent cameo)
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Azora
(silent cameo)
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Kifaru
 
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Mbeya
(nonspeaking)
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Shenzi
(silent cameo)
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Sarafina
(silent cameo)
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Ãnanda
(silent cameo)
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Sâhasí
(silent cameo)
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Scar
(death)
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Zira
(death)
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Ushari
(death)
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Makucha
(death)
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Saka
(silent cameo)
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Uzuri
(silent cameo)
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Amani
(silent cameo)
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Hasani
(silent cameo)
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Sanura
(silent cameo)
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Dalia
(silent cameo)
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Malka
(silent cameo)
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Tama
(silent cameo)
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M. Binturong
(silent cameo)
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Chuluun
(silent cameo)
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Ora
(silent cameo)
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Smun
(silent cameo)
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Jiona
(silent cameo)
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Fahari
(silent cameo)
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Wazimu
(silent cameo)
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Kimya
(silent cameo)
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Mwongo
(silent cameo)
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Bupu
 
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Laini
 
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Makuu
 
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Hadithi
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Boboka
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Mzingo
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Goigoi
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Tamka
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Madoa
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Mwoga
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B. Leader
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Damu
(silent cameo)
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Sasaka
(silent cameo)
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Mfalme
(silent cameo)
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Kibwe
(silent cameo)
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Varya
(nonspeaking)
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Pasha
(silent cameo)
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Polina
(silent cameo)
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Feliks
(silent cameo)
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Astuto
(silent cameo)
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Heng-Heng
(silent cameo)
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Kiril
(silent cameo)
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Tsah
(silent cameo)
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Sasem
(silent cameo)
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Muhangus
(nonspeaking)
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Uroho
 
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Vuruga Vuruga
 
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Pua
 
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Kulinda
 
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Zigo
(silent cameo)
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Juhudi
(silent cameo)
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Muhanga
(silent cameo)
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Muhimu
(silent cameo)
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Mwevi
(silent cameo)
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Mwizi
(silent cameo)
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Mwenzi
(mention)
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Ullu
(mention)

Locations

  • Tree of Life (final appearance)
  • Outlands (final appearance)
    • Jasiri's Watering Hole (final appearance)
    • Volcano (final appearance)
  • Pride Lands (final appearance)
    • Pride Rock (final appearance)
    • Gorge (final appearance)
    • Mizimu Grove (final appearance)
    • Chakula Plains (final appearance)
    • Maumivu Thorn Patch (final appearance)
    • Kilio Valley (final appearance)
  • Bamboo Forest (final appearance)
  • Hakuna Matata (final appearance)
  • Theluji Mountains (flashback / final appearance)
  • Desert (flashback / final appearance)
  • Elephant Graveyard (flashback / final appearance)

Organizations and Titles

  • Night Pride (final appearance)
    • Ruler of the Tree of Life (final appearance)
  • Pride Landers (final appearance)
    • Simba's Pride (final appearance)
      • Pride Lands Monarchy (final appearance)
      • Ruler of Pride Rock (final appearance)
      • Lion Guard (final appearance)
    • Ono's Flock (final appearance)
    • Ma Tembo's Herd (final appearance)
    • Bupu's Herd (final appearance)
    • Twiga's Herd (final appearance)
    • Makuu's Float (final appearance)
    • Mbeya's Crash (final appearance)
    • Vuruga Vuruga's Herd (final appearance)
    • Baboon Leader's Troop (final appearance)
    • Thurston's Herd (final appearance)
  • Outlanders (final appearance)
    • Jasiri's Clan (final appearance)
      • Hyena Resistance (final appearance)
    • Reirei's Pack (final appearance)
    • Kiburi's Float (final appearance)
    • Mzingo's Parliament (final appearance)
  • Traveling Baboon Show (final appearance)
  • Sokwe's Troop (final appearance)
  • Pinguino's Rookery (final appearance)
  • Cek and Rama's Flock (final appearance)
  • Kiril's Herd (final appearance)
  • Clan of the High Cliffs (alternate / final appearance)
  • Makucha's Army (alternate / final appearance)
  • Smun's Prickle (alternate / final appearance)
  • Outsiders (alternate / final appearance)
  • Timon's Colony (final appearance)
  • Pumbaa's Sounder (debut / only appearance)

Species

  • Lions (final appearance)
  • Warthogs (final appearance)
  • Meerkats (final appearance)
  • Hornbills (final appearance)
  • Mandrills (final appearance)
  • Honey Badgers (final appearance)
  • Cheetahs (final appearance)
  • Hippopotamuses (final appearance)
  • Egrets (final appearance)
  • Eagles (final appearance)
  • Hyenas (final appearance)
  • Zebras (final appearance)
  • Penguins (final appearance)
  • Elephants (final appearance)
  • Crocodiles (final appearance)
  • Rhinoceroses (final appearance)
  • Giraffes (final appearance)
  • Antelope (final appearance)
  • Cape Buffalo (final appearance)
  • Monkeys (final appearance)
  • Baboons (final appearance)
  • Tigers (final appearance)
  • Hyraxes (final appearance)
  • Gorillas (final appearance)
  • Caracals (alternate / final appearance)
  • Leopards (alternate / final appearance)
  • Snakes (alternate / final appearance)
  • Binturongs (alternate / final appearance)
  • Snow Leopards (alternate / final appearance)
  • Komodo Dragons (alternate / final appearance)
  • Porcupines (alternate / final appearance)
  • Guinea Fowl (alternate / final appearance)
  • Servals (final appearance)
  • Jackals (final appearance)
  • Vultures (final appearance)
  • Polar Bears (final appearance)
  • Mountain Goats (final appearance)
  • Shrews (final appearance)
  • Galagos (final appearance)
  • Musk Deer (final appearance)
  • Hamerkops (final appearance)
  • Giant Pandas (final appearance)
  • Foxes (final appearance)
  • Aardvarks (final appearance)
  • Dolphins (final appearance)
  • Hares (final appearance)
  • Fish (final appearance)
  • Turtles (final appearance)
  • Red Pandas (final appearance)
  • Camels (final appearance)
  • Wildebeests (final appearance)
  • Monitor Lizards (final appearance)
  • Skinks (final appearance)
  • Tickbirds (final appearance)
  • Yellow Wagtails (final appearance)
  • Chameleons (final appearance)
  • Mongooses (final appearance)
  • Hawks (final appearance)
  • Grubs (final appearance)
    • Utamu (final appearance)
    • Snails (final appearance)
    • Bees (final appearance)
    • Scorpions (final appearance)
  • Owls (mentioned)

Music

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As like the previous episodes for Revisited, Hans Zimmer composed the score for Epilogue: An Important Coronation. Elton John also returned to compose the special's songs, along with Lebo M, Tim Rice and Beyoncé; Epilogue was confirmed as John's final involvement in Lion King media, likely due to his retirement from tours. The score incorporated all of the major themes of the Lion King and Lion Guard sagas.

Track Listing

# Title Composer(s)
1 The Wedding (includes elements of "Kings of the Past") Hans Zimmer
2 Kopa's Arrival in the Pride Lands (includes elements of "Rafiki's Fireflies" and "We Are All Connected") Hans Zimmer
3 Journey to the Night Pride's Chamber (includes elements of "Lala") Hans Zimmer
4 Wasteland (includes elements of Christopher Willis' "The Legend of Scar") Hans Zimmer
5 Honorary Member of the Night Pride (includes elements of Christopher Willis' "Siku Za Mvua") Hans Zimmer
6 Fire of Cikha Escarpment (includes elements of "This Land") Hans Zimmer
7 Pumbaaphant (includes elements of "Hyenas in the Pride Land") Hans Zimmer
8 Duel of Pride Rock (includes elements of "Elephant Graveyard") Hans Zimmer
9 Scar Knows (includes elements of "Life's Not Fair") Hans Zimmer
10 It's Time Lebo M and Beyoncé
11 Scar's Big Plan (includes elements of "Scar Takes the Throne") Hans Zimmer
12 Battle for the Tree of Life (includes elements of "Battle for Pride Rock" and "Stampede") Hans Zimmer
13 Night Pride Protect! (includes elements of Christopher Willis' "Call of the Guard") Hans Zimmer
14 The Great Spirit (includes elements of "I Was Trying To Be Brave") Hans Zimmer
15 The Reunion (includes elements of "King of Pride Rock" and "Busa") Hans Zimmer
16 One By One[2] Lebo M
17 Never Too late[3] Hans Zimmer and Elton John
18 Circle of Life / Nants' Ingonyama Disney Channel Circle of Stars

Reception

The performances of Kevin Schon and Jaime Camil as Thurston and Pinguino were praised.

Epilogue: An Important Coronation received mixed-to-positive reviews, but the reviews were much more favorable than those of its predecessor. The episode was praised for the vocal performances (particularly those of Kevin Schon and Jaime Camil), the Tree of Life action sequence, Hans Zimmer's musical score, visual effects, animation and entertainment value, while criticizing the runtime, songs, screenplay and retconning of The Lion Guard.

Critics said Rani was "sidelined" into a minor character, and commented on how she was written out "without any explanation" and her minor role was considered too young in engaging with Kion. Askari95 commented, "At the end of the film, are Kion and Rani young adults, or are they still teenagers? And another thing; Makini presents their newborn cub at the end of the wedding...does this imply that Kion impregnated Rani before he returned to the Pride Lands, whilst they were still teens and Rani gave birth a few hours before Kion returned? Because if so, I think that the movie might warrant a PG-13 warning because I feel like that plot is a bit more mature. Also, that would've made Kion and Rani's cub a [*******] child. In most cases, children born out of wedlock are not suitable for the throne, even if the two parents marry. I assume that there would be some backlash against Kion for giving Rani an unsuitable heir to the throne."

Kopa and Vitani were interpreted by some writers. PresidentDVD wrote "If Kopa appeared early on and then disappeared, Simba and Nala would look like bad parents. I just feel he should be a surprise in later chapters and shouldn't be presented. And Kopa was formerly a member of Makucha's Leap until Long Live the Queen so he wasn't protected. And Vitani and Kopa meeting as cubs would make Kiara and Kovu less important as it gives no payoff. And they would have already met before Epilogue as Kopa attends the Battle of the Lion Guards."

Just like Prince Kopa, the lack of connection to heavy fan serviced-continuations of Return to the Pride Lands was considered as plagiarism. Many fans found Epilogue derivative of the narratives in The Night Pride Series and The Lion Guard: Drama King. Some reports indicate that, contrary to popular belief, some plot points across Simba's Pride were planned in advance. Although it was a subject to copyright the introduced characters, as well as bringing back unofficial characters from Six New Adventures including Ahadi, Uru, Chumvi, Kula, Tama and Malka, their respective owners received credit in allowing their elements to be revealed in Revisited.

Fuli and Simba's deaths scenes garnered overwhelmingly clingy reactions. Ginny stated, "Simba won't die," as he is the mascot of Disney's Lion King franchise. The death of Simba was widely regarded as one of the most shocking, yet significant moments in cinematic history.[4][5]

PresidentDVD gave Epilogue a positive review: "it was a good chapter, the union is an interesting idea. Not major complaints all at, the only really minor complaints could be the characters involved, such as being at the wedding and not at the union or other way around or not being in it at all (Sarabi being an example), though no complaints. On the characters page, I would say more characters appearing just mostly cameos."

Following an edit war between DVD and Night Pride Fan, Myers expressed his disappointment for rewriting Epilogue. Myers further wrote:

"As I've heard the two of you fighting over Kopa's role in Revisited, as well as removing new drafts for the final cut to be kept, I've wanted to make it up between the both of you. Because of you not compromising with each other, I've decided Prince Kopa will be the last chapter that fits for Revisited. It's my decision on want Revisited needs to be for my point of view. I've also announced that the director's cut, the Expanded Edition, is canon to my main fanfics due to Ginny's suggestion of Nia being Kion and Rani's daughter, and removing all The Night Pride Series and Drama King material."

Controversy

The episode is the second of Revisited to feature an on-screen pregnant character, that being Jasiri.[6] Eventually, this scene was banned in the film's international airings.[7]

Trivia

General

  • This episode marks numerous occurrences of things:
    • The first appearances of several characters and groups:
    • Boboka, Basi, Makuu, and Bupu's first speaking roles in a Revisited episode since "Battle for the Pride Lands."
    • The first and only episode in which the ghost of Janna is shown.
    • The first and only chapter in which Kulinda appears without Ona.
    • The first time we see Reirei having notches in her ears.[8]
    • The debut of Pumbaa's sounder, while being acknowledged by Pumbaa in "Raising Simba".
    • This episode is the final chapter of the film overall.
    • Epilogue marks the last appearances of all characters in the film.
  • Pumbaa's appearance as an elder is based on his elephant-styled design in the Timon & Pumbaa episode, "Uganda Be An Elephant".[9]
  • Recycled and reedited footage from The Lion Guard episodes, "Return to the Pride Lands," "Triumph of the Roar," "The Kupatana Celebration," "The Fall of Mizimu Grove," "Battle for the Pride Lands", and "The Queen's Visit" are used.[10][11]
  • Following the announcement of monarch butterflies' extinction path after record low winter and recovery for milkweed plants, the species was added as residents of the Tree of Life for Epilogue: An Important Coronation and Long Live the Queen.[12]
  • Kopa briefly fighting against Vitani's Guard is based on the Lion Guard battling the Night Pride in the Lion Guard episode, "The Tree of Life."
  • Epilogue currently holds the runtime of 38 minutes, making it the longest Revisited segment to date.
  • During the Tree of Life's final battle:
    • The background animals represent modified/repainted versions of the other characters such as Shupavu, Njano, Kenge, Sumu, Mpishi, Kulinda, Zito, Varya, Tangaagim, Pumbaa, Cek, Rama, Astuto, Heng-Heng, Zira, Shabaha, Tazama, Kitendo, Mwenzi, Kulinda, Shingo, Mtoto's mother, Shujaa, Makuu, and Muhangus, as well as antelope, baboons, leopards, forest hogs, and hippopotamuses.[13]
    • The silhouette of Stitch from the Lilo & Stitch franchise appears among the Pride Landers herd.[14]
  • If Thurston was left behind at the Tree of Life, it is likely that his herd would have disbanded.
  • Jasiri's blond tuft was inspired by her actress, Maia Mitchell when she had blond hair.

In Development

  • The original draft was considered majorly different: it ran the shortest runtime for only two scenes, that being the wedding and a planned union between the Pride Lands and animals of the Tree of Life.
  • Zazu and Kopa sacrificed their lives.
  • Haraka, Fuli, Azaad, Binga, Fikiri, Kitendo, Sokwe, Majinuni, Hafifu, Shujaa, Hadithi, Madoa, Cheezi, Chungu, Wema and Tunu attended Simba's funeral, but their scenes were rewritten to have them reunite with their families and allies.
  • Rafiki was kept with his design in The Lion Guard, but was reverted in looking a little skinner to his appearance in the original Lion King.
  • Kion originally sacrificed his life for the Tree of Life's restoration, but he was replaced with Simba.
  • Shupavu and a revived Nuka were members of Scar's new army.[15]
  • Pinguino and Heng-Heng guided Thurston to make him become their protector.
  • Zazu, Nduli, Vitani's Guard (excluding Imara and Vitani), Nyata, Waza, Uroho, Mwevi, Mwizi, Feliks, Polina, Pasha, Dandy Claws, Vuruga Vuruga and Shingo participated in the final battle, but due to Sinbad's stroke recovery, they were dropped, and Dandy Claws was removed entirely from the film.[16]
  • Throughout post-production, there are several hints with voice actors and crew members that this was produced before the chapter was expanded. The hints are as follows:
    • "William Tell Overture" featured in Hans Zimmer's score.
    • Ford Riley involved as a writer.
    • Donald Glover, Beyoncé, Liz Callaway and Gene Miller providing the singing voices of Simba, Nala, Kiara and Kovu.
    • Nathan Lane and Kevin Schon sharing Timon's voice during the character's lines.
  • During the film's climatic scene, the THX logo fades in as it usually would. All of a sudden, the logo sputters and then breaks down as if due to an electrical failure. A light is switched on as Timon opens a panel on the "X", grabs a hammer and moves over to the T to hit a large switch. The switch causes the logo to re-activate and complete its usual sequence with the "DIGITALLY" and "MASTERED" text. Timon approaches Pumbaa, saying to leave gracefully as they could, in which he agrees. A black screen lastly reads "www.thx.com." Timon and Pumbaa's THX trailer would eventually be existed on the Special Edition DVD of Revisited.[17]
  • Uncle Max was a spirit at Maisha's presentation.
  • Nuka, Uncle Max, Kamari and Azizi cameoed in flashbacks.
  • Vitani, Kopa, Muhangus, Juhudi, Muhanga, Chama, Tamaa, Mzaha, Furaha, Swala, Mbuni, Muhimu, Heng-Heng, Ajabu, Ona, Uncle Max, Ona, Kely, Feliks, Pasha and Polina attended Kion and Rani's wedding, but were dropped due to the following reasons:
    • Uncle Max was pronounced dead from Whitecough in "Battle for the Pride Lands."
    • Vitani currently leads the Lion Guard following the disbandment of Kion's Guard.
    • Tenuk and Seisou-esque tapirs and gibbons were originally shown among the massive herd.[18]

Errors

  • Sokwe's laugh does not always match his mouth.
  • During Jasiri's test of herding the mountain goats, she barks like a house dog.
  • When the Pride Land herds charge into the fight, Kion is shown using the Roar of the Elders to lift himself in the air. He would have been running on the ground as the Roar is powerful to harm anyone.

References

  1. Though Baker is credited as the baboon leader, footage of his appearance was not clearly visible.
  2. One_By_One
  3. Elton_John_-_Never_Too_Late_(From_"The_Lion_King"-Audio_Only)
  4. [1]
  5. [2]
  6. Pregnant Jasiri.jpeg
  7. The same occurred with Of the Same Pride, as an edited scene replaced a near-pregnant Rani showing her scar to Kion.
  8. Reirei-Revisited-infobox.png
  9. Elephant Pumbaa.png
  10. BupuandLaini-Epilogue.png
  11. Kopa and Vitani - Revisited.png
  12. https://www.iflscience.com/environment/western-monarch-butterflies-on-extinction-path-after-record-low-winter/
  13. Unknown Animals in Epilogue - Ref sheet.png
  14. File:Stitch's cameo in Epilogue.png
  15. Shupavu-Epilogue.png
  16. https://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/celebrity/sinbad-veteran-stand-comedian-recovering-stroke-n1247927
  17. THX Logo - TLK Revisited.png
  18. AnimalsatKion'scoronation-Revisited.png
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