Why Original Lion King Team Is Getting Shafted on Disney's Remake

Not everybody is thrilled with the upcoming Disney live-action remakes. Storyboard artists who worked on Dumbo, Aladdin, and The Lion King will not be receiving credit for the work that they put into shaping the original iconic animated films. While most Disney fans were excited to see the first trailer for Jon Favreau's take on The Lion King, many couldn't help notice that it was nearly a shot-for-shot remake of the original movie. Since then, the studio has come forward and insists that the live-action adaptation will not be an exact remake of the original.

Storyboard artist Jorgen Klubien worked on The original Lion King in 1994 and created a key scene, which gave him a story credit. However, that story credit may not be put forward with the upcoming remake, due to some old union contracts from the late 1930s that are still in place today. Klubien asks, "How
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