BLACK IS KING, a film by Beyoncé | Official Trailer | Disney+

Experience a new visual album inspired by The Lion King: The Gift. Black Is King, a film by Beyoncé, is streaming exclusively July 31 on Disney+.

Black Is King, based on the music of “The Lion King: The Gift,” will premiere two weeks after the one-year anniversary of the theatrical release of Disney’s global phenomenon, “The Lion King.” The film reimagines the lessons from the 2019 blockbuster for today’s young kings and queens in search of their own crowns.

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  1. Since when did Beyonce have any African deep roots? Because shes half black? Prior to getting hooked up with Jay Z she wasnt any African culture type person.

  2. “Asian/White/Hispanic is King” on it’s face sounds wrong. So why can’t we see this woke cult like ideology that racializes everything is divisive and destructive. The West painfully evolved to finally understand how uncivilized this kind of behavior is no matter the race. We’re regressing and fracturing society’s unity and we will all ultimately pay the price if We The People allow the establishment cathedral to gain permanent totalitarian control.

  3. This was so beautiful to watch I started crying when it got to brown skin girl…I feel like that message has to be spread across Africa really because it’s so sad seeing how much sisters bleach their skin almost to the point they look grey

  4. This is Not a Disney Princess Related Movie and is a Solid No for Disney themselves That offer this Type of trash Never Underestimated the real Masterpiece 94 TLK again Oldest Original's don't took Place of Remake's this Is mocking the Older Disney Us who grew up Loved

  5. The name of this title black is king is racist but its OK though if it was the other way around and was white is king it wouldn't be aloud like there ain't such thing in the media where its aloud white and proud white month but you get black month all over the TV jokes and black life matters don't white or brown or yellow lives matter

  6. Wow! I don’t know the name of one king or queen from Africa. And I’m talking about sub saharan Africa. Egyptians weren’t black. They were Arabs. Man, I love fiction!

  7. Disney can only try, but they cannot tell the black story. Not when they profit from doing it. That in itself forces them to be part of what makes most part of the story very disempowering for blacks.