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Disney has formally announced that new 3D version of The Lion King will first be released theatrically on September 16, followed by a Blu-ray 3D bow on October 4. Additionally, The Lion King will also be available on traditional 2D Blu-ray the same date, while a single-disc DVD edition will roll out on November 15.
October 4 will also see the release of The Lion King Trilogy on Blu-ray, a massive 8-disc set that includes The Lion King on Blu-ray 3D, 2D and DVD, The Lion King 1 ½ on Blu-ray and DVD, and The Lion King II: Simba's Pride on Blu-ray and DVD.
Though The Lion King coming to Blu-ray 3D has been known since early January, a definitive list of bonus features remains elusive. »
Walt Disney Studios announced today that The Lion King will be released in theaters once again, this time in 3D, for a two-week run starting on September 16. The Lion King will then be released on Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, and an eight-disc trilogy set on October 4. We have the new Blu-ray trailer along with artwork for all three releases below. Read on below the trailer and artwork for the full press release announcing the theatrical re-release and Blu-ray.
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Simba, Mufasa, Nala, Timon and Pumbaa are back and better than ever this fall when Disney's The Lion King roars into theaters and homes in breathtaking 3D. A special two-week theatrical extravaganza kicks off Sept. 16, 2011, showcasing the Oscar and Golden Globe-winning film on the big screen in Disney Digital 3D for the first time ever, and its highly anticipated home entertainment debut kicks off October »
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