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Simba. Meaning, Lion. Species, Lion. Close Relations, Mate of Nala, Son .. and left, and did not meet up with Zira again until some years later. Simba is the main lion in this movie who grows up to be the king of the jungle after starting Simba is traveling to meet Scar for battle Nala and Simba, as little lion cubs, are playing around at the start of this scene. Simba repeats the word "dad" over and over again as a way to get attention and Mufasa. Disney Lion King Simba & Nala Meet again. Walt Disney's The Lion King - Simba and Nala meet again - trading card. Lion king movieLion King SimbaDisney/.
Nala assures him that Kiara will be fine; but he sends Timon and Pumbaa after her to watch her anyway. After he realizes that Kiara has sneaked away from her babysitters, he goes out to get her, finding her near the outskirts of the Outlands with a Outsider cub, Kovu growling at her. He jumps in front of Kiara, protecting her; at the same time, Zira launches herself in front of her son. Simba snarls at her, and Zira mockingly gives cover-up for punishment for straying into the Pride Lands. Simba growls at her, "Take him and get out—We're finished here.
Simba reminds Kiara that she has got to be Queen, even though she may not want to be; he reminds her of the "Great Circle of Life'. He tells her that they are part of each other, and sings to her that they are "one". Adult Simba as king Years later on Kiara's first huntKiara pleads with her father to let her hunt on her own.
Simba promises, but sends Timon and Pumbaa to watch her anyway. A few hours later, Simba paces nervously on Pride Rock, where Zazu reassures him that Kiara will be fine. Suddenly, Simba notices smoke on the horizon as Zira's plan goes into action.
He and Nala races to Kiara, only to find her talking to Kovu. Simba is roaring menacingly at Kovu when Rafiki appears and brings up the fact that Kovu saved his daughter's life. When Simba asks him why, Kovu asks to join his pride. Simba refuses; but Zazu tells him that his father's law demands all debts be paid. In repayment for his daughter's life, Simba lets Kovu join the pride on judgment, but doesn't allow him to sleep with the pride. That night, Simba has a dream similar to the scenario in which his father was killed by his brother, Scar in the wildebeest stampede.
In the dream, Simba tries to save his father, who is hanging on a cliff face. As he reaches down, he realizes that he is also on the cliff face, and Scar is looking over him as Scar grabs his paw. Simba looks up to see Kovu instead of Scar; then Kovu lets Simba fall, and he wakes up out of his dream. The next morning, Simba has a drink at the waterhole.
Unknown to him, Kovu is behind him, ready to kill. Luckily, Kiara turns up wanting her hunting lesson, so Kovu is drawn away.
That night, Simba looks down on Kiara and Kovu stargazing together, and asks his father for guidance.
Nala then walks beside him and tells him to trust Kovu more. That evening, Simba lets Kovu sleep with the other lions in the cave. The next morning, Simba asks Kovu to walk with him. He explains to Kovu his side of the story about Scar. As they are walking, Zira and the other Outsiders surround them. Simba angrily snarls at Kovu, thinking this was his plan.
The Outsider lionesses close in around him and he manages to throw them off. He runs into a gorge and climbs up the dam. Just as he's climbing, Nuka grabs his ankles, pulling him down. Simba pushes himself up, dislodging a log which tumbles down and crushes Nuka. Simba escapes and weakly makes his way back to Pride Rock, where he manages to whisper to Kiara what happened, before fainting. He is then carried back to Pride Rock by Pumbaawhere he wakes up.
When Kovu returns, asking for forgiveness, Simba does not believe Kovu had nothing to do with the attack.
He exiles Kovu, to which Kiara pleads with him to reconsider. Simba sternly tells Kiara that she can't go anywhere without an escort from now on and says that Kovu had used her to get to him. When Simba says that Kovu is following in Scar's pawprints and he himself must follow in Mufasa's, Kiara angrily yells at him, "You will never be Mufasa! Just as he finds out she is missing, Zazu informs him the Outsiders are on the attack. He commands Zazu to find Kiara and assembles the lionesses, ready for battle.
When they approach the Outsiders, Simba gives Zira a chance to go home. Zira tells Simba that she is already home, and commands her troops to attack. After a bitter battle, Zira jumps down off her rock, ready to attack Simba herself. Just as they are about to go into combat, Kiara jumps in front of her father. She reminds him that they are "one", and there is no point fighting. Simba understands, and as his father shines down from the clouds, he nuzzles his daughter. Zira orders her daughter Vitani to attack Simba; She refuses to do so, and crosses onto his side.
Zira, realising she's losing, attempts one more time to attack Simba; as she jumps for him, Kiara jumps in her way. Shocked, Simba jumps down after them, just as Zira slips away into the water below. Simba reaches his daughter and helps her back up the cliff, where a worried Nala is waiting.
When Kiara is reunited with Kovu, Simba studies him and admits he was wrong, and accepts Kovu and all the Outsiders into his pride. As they do so, the sky opens up, and Simba hears Mufasa say to him, "Well done, my son.
Simba banished the dark lions, who became known as Outsiders, to a deserted place referred to as the Outlands for supporting Scar. The hyenas ran off, probably due to lack of support. Due to his paranoia of losing Kiara, Simba became uptight and overprotective.
One day in her early childhood, Kiara had gone off to the Outlands, and Simba had to go rescue her, where he met Scar's mate Zira, who taunted Simba with the implication of the death of another cub. Simba merely took his daughter and left, and did not meet up with Zira again until some years later. When Kiara finally became a young adult, Simba reluctantly allowed her to go on a hunt alone. Up until then, he would always send out Timon and Pumbaa to watch her, which he did again while Kiara was hunting.
After Kovu's siblings Nuka and Vitani had set the grassland on fire and Kovu began his staged rescue, Simba noticed that Kiara was in danger and went off to get her, meeting Kovu, who at the time had been trained to assassinate him. Simba, reserving judgement of Kovu, allowed him to follow him home.
After finally gaining enough trust for Kovu to take a personal walk with him, Simba was ambushed by the Outsiders. Assuming Kovu had set it up, Simba regained his hatred towards Outsiders, and banished Kovu. The death of Nuka, who had been crushed by a log Simba hack kicked on him, stirred up enough hatred from the Outsiders for a war to break out. Kiara had run away, and the Outsiders were now in the vicinity of Pride Rock, and coming for him. Durning the climax of the war, Kovu and Kiara returned, and convinced Simba to let go of his distrust and hated towards The Outsiders.
Zira, however, didn't fare too well. The Outsiders joined forces with Simba's pridelanders, and Simba allowed Kovu to become his heir.
Return of the Roar Taking place in the middle of the second film, Simba is first seen at the start of the film on Pride Rock lecturing Kiara about being future Queen, before being interrupted by his son Kion, who is playing Baobab Ball with his friend Bunga. Simba points out to Kion that he needs to talk to Kiara, who is going to track gazelles with her friends.
Simba ends up having to separate his children when they start squabbling, before sending Kion and Bunga to play their game elsewhere. Simba is at first reluctant for this to happen as he believes that due to being a cub, Kion isn't ready for that responsibility, however Nala agrees with Rafiki and encourages Simba to listen to him, before leaving the two be.
Simba tells Kion that they need to talk, to which Kion thinks at first is about love, saying that they already that talk, but Simba assures him that it's not that. Simba then sends Kion out to find the bravest, fastest, strongest and keenest of sight for The Lion Guard.
Later, Simba is told by Kiara that Kion has put Bunga who is the bravest in The Lion Guard and proves this when Zazu leads them to Kion, who has chosen Fuli as the fastestBeshte as the strongest and Ono as the keenest of sight. Simba thanks Kiara for informing him of this before sending her and her friend Tiifu to track gazelles while he has a word with Kion.
Upon seeing whom Kion has picked, Simba tells his son that The Lion Guard has always been made up of lions and scolds Kion for treating his role as leader as a game and says that he should treat his new responsibilities seriously like Kiara is with hers. Whilst tracking gazelles, Kiara notices Janja and his hyena clan among the herd and sends Tiifu to get Simba.
When Simba along with Nala arrive with Tiifu, they watch in horror as Kiara gets caught in a stampede caused by the hyenas.
Luckily, Kion and The Lion Guard arrive and get the gazelles away from Kiara and chase away the hyenas. Simba then realizes that Kion was wise to have chosen whom he chose and expresses pride in his son and accepts the new Lion Guard. The Lion Guard "The Rise of Makuu" When Kion expresses worry about the upcoming mashindano between crocodiles Makuu and Pua, Kiara asks Simba why he can't interfere to which Simba tells his daughter that though he is King, he must recognise and respect other animals' traditions.
Later, Simba along with his family, The Lion Guard and several other animals, watch the mashindano. After Makuu triumphs, Simba steps forward and congratulates him before thanking Pua for his services as leader of the crocodiles. He goes on to explain that he, Nala and Zazu are going to attend the funeral of an elephant named Amanifu who was the first animal to bring his herd back to The Pride Lands after Scar's defeat and tells Kiara that he was at first afraid of his royal duties and assures his daughter that he has faith in her and The Lion Guard.
Simba expresses worry about leaving Kiara as temporary queen, but Nala thinks that he more concerned about the tribute than their daughter as he has to say a line in elephantese.
Later, Simba starts to doubt his role as King and is tired of his duties, but Zazu reminds him of the better things about being King to which Simba thanks him. Simba struggles to learn elephantese despite Zazu's many attempts to teach him. In a rage, Simba ends up knocking Zazu into a puddle, but is comforted by Nala.
The trio eventually reach Kilio Valley and look on as elephants put leaves on Amanifu's body. Simba and Nala nuzzle each other sadly before joining the elephants. At the funeral, Simba starts to speak in elephantese but accidentally says "he had poop on him" rather than "he had good on him", which worries Nala and Zazu, but luckily the elephants laugh. Upon returning to Pride Rock, Kiara asks how the tribute went.
Simba is hesitant to answer, but Nala says that it went well in the end. What do you want me to do, dress in drag and do the hula? Please don't eat me. Are you talking to me? Uh-oh the called him a pig. Ya shouldn't have done that.
Now they're in for it. You knew my father? If someone knows how to make these looks like quotes, please edit them to do so. In this production, we have an insight into events that were not explored in the original film, as the main character, Simba, young and old, is in nearly all the musical numbers.
But in the Broadway production, we see a slightly extended role, which includes scenes like Timon being trapped above a lake full of crocodiles, which was Simba's fault; and the song "Endless Night".
Early Production In early sketches, Simba still has the same liveliness and playfulness as the Simba we see in the film, although the style changes when it came to Simba's final design. The early sketches show Simba's character and characteristics such are his earmarks.
These sketches also have an original "Disney style" about them, which is softened down in the final designs of all the lions in The Lion King. Interestingly enough, in the sketch on the right, Simba has cheeks similar to those of the Outsiders in Simba's Pride. An original storyline for Simba that was dropped was Teen Simba saving Nala's little brother Mheetu from a stampede in the gorge. Initially, Simba refuses to go back to the Pride Lands, stating he was "not who he used to be.
When Sora returned, Simba had been driven into doubt by rumors of Scar's ghost. He later gained confidence and stood up to Scar's ghost, which was a manifestation of Simba's uncertainty and fear.
They are surrounded by wild flames, spreading at alarming rates. Simba feels overwhelmed with a need for vengeance but he is not the one who ends Scar's evil life. Ultimately, it ends up being the laughing hyenas who Scar once considered to be his good friends. Question 6 What is happening in this Lion King scene? Rafiki gives Simba advice Simba and Rafiki make a wish on a star together Rafiki offers Simba food Simba tells Rafiki about his feelings for Nala Rafiki swats Simba over the head with his stick in an attempt to open Simba's eyes to the reality of moving on from the past.
He explains how even though the past can still hurt us in our present lives, we should not be scared to move forward into the future because of what has happened in our pasts. The words Rafiki tells Simba are words that anyone might consider to be helpful.
Question 7 What is happening in this Lion King scene? Zazu tries to protect Nala and Simba from hyenas Zazu shows off his wings to the hyenas Zazu introduces Nala and Simba to the hyenas The hyenas tell a joke to Zazu, Nala, and Simba Nala and Simba, as little lion cubs, are playing around at the start of this scene. They are tussling about, wresting with one another, and play fighting through the grass and dirt.
This is normal behavior for them as little cubs who are friendly and fond of each other! They quickly see jagged bones and rocks that intrigue them and lead the cubs down a dark path in a very scary direction. Question 8 What is happening in this Lion King scene? Simba searches for Scar Simba sees the storm coming Simba longs for Nala Simba roars on top of pride rock In this epic Lion King scene, Simba is all grown up and has returned to his original hometown area of the jungle. Rafiki bows before him to show him honor but simba uses a paw to pull Rafiki in for a tight brotherly hug.
The rain pours down heavily throughout this entire scene as Rafiki says the words "It is time" to Simba. If you are a Lion King fan then you'll remember this one for sure. Question 9 What is happening in this Lion King scene? The energy of a little lion cub is probably a lot to keep up with! Can you even imagine? Simba repeats the word "dad" over and over again as a way to get attention and Mufasa responds by yawning a giant tiger yawn with his sharp teeth showing.
Right after this scene, Mufasa explains to Simba that the jungle is their kingdom. Question 10 What is happening in this Lion King scene? Rafiki is about to toss Simba to the hyenas Simba is being presented Rafiki is sending Simba up into the sky to connect with the stars Simba is being shaken out for bugs and insects Bet you know this one! This is one of the most epic and incredible scenes from Lion King.
How could you forget this one? The lyrics of the song are, "It's the circle of life and it moves us all. Through despair and hope, through faith and love. Question 11 What is happening in this Lion King scene?
Mufasa draws a picture of Simba Nala draws a picture of Simba Sarabi draws a picture of Simba Rafiki draws a picture of Simba In this scene, one of the characters from Lion King is drawing a picture of baby Simba with the natural elements of the earth. This drawing seems to be a way of blessing the baby cub, honoring the baby cub, and showing respect to the baby cub. As this Lion King character draws this adorable little image on the cave wall, he or she says the name "Simba", giving the viewer an idea of who is being drawn.
Do you know who? Question 12 What is happening in this Lion King scene? Scar is singing "Be Prepared" Scar is comforting his hyenas Scar is training his hyenas Scar is singing "I Just Can't Wait to Be King" During this scene, Scar is leaping around inside a dark cave with green lighting with his hyena companions.
He sings the lyrics, "I never thought hyenas essential. They're crude and unspeakably plain. But maybe they've a glimmer of potential, if allied to my vision and brain. I know that your powers of retention are as wet as a warthog's backside but thick as you are, pay attention-- My words are a matter of pride. Question 13 What is happening in this Lion King scene? Scar is falling off the mountain Scar is running from the fire Scar is lunging towards Mufasa Scar is lunging towards Simba Scar's face looks extremely scary and intense in this screenshot!
That is because the scene that this screenshot comes from is super scary and intense! The fire and flames surrounding him make the shot even scarier to look at it. His extended claws also provide an uneasy feeling! Scar is one of the most dangerous and scariest Disney villains of all time, and for good reason!
As a Lion King fan, you should know what is happening in this Lion King scene! Question 14 What is happening in this Lion King scene? Mufasa watches the sunset with Simba Mufasa explains the kingdom to Simba Simba and Mufasa overcome an argument Simba and Mufasa wait on Sarabi to wake up This Lion King scene comes earlier on the movie.
It is filled with a lot of beautiful descriptions of nature and beautiful views of wild animals in their natural habitat.
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It starts out with Simba's unending curiosity and ends with words from Mufasa that sound powerful and wise. Mufasa's words are also loving and encouraging since he knows that Simba's future with hold a lot of majestic moments as Simba grows older.
Question 15 What is happening in this Lion King scene? Scar comforts Simba after Simba gets yelled at by Mufasa Scar convinces Simba to run away from home Scar tempts Simba to go to the forbidden area of the kingdom Scar gives Simba love advice about Nala This scene from the Lion King movie showcases a very interesting moment between Scar and Simba. We know that Scar is the villain of the movie but when you watch the movie for the first time and see this scene, you might not know or realize how evil and conniving Scar is quite yet.
Scar appears to be an uncle figure to Simba but he hasn't revealed his mean side this early on in the movie. What is happening in this interesting Lion King scene?
Question 16 What is happening in this Lion King scene? Mufasa has passed on and Simba tries to wake him Simba tries to wake his sleeping father Simba and Mufasa are playing a game Simba and Mufasa get lost in the desert This is one of the saddest scenes from Lion King. It comes after a fight between Scar and Mufasa ensued.
The fight between Scar and Mufasa ends in clear tragedy. Simba's involvement in the butterfly effect of Mufasa state in the presented picture leaves Simba feeling extremely guilt ridden and hurt. The stampede that took place in this scene leaves a cloud of dust in the air and you can see some of that in this screenshot. What is happening in this sad Lion King scene? Question 17 What is happening in this Lion King scene?
Simba gets jealous of Nala Simba and Nala get baths from their mothers Simba and Nala are about to get into an argument Nala is ignoring Simba In this adorable Lion King scene, Simba and Nala are reacting to something they both receive in two very different ways. Nala has a great reaction because she feels so comfortable and soothed by what she is receiving. Simba, on the other hand, is annoyed and irritated by what he is receiving.
The two little cubs are good friends but that does not mean they have to like all of the same things. Question 18 What is happening in this Lion King scene? Timon and Pumbaa carry Simba to bed after he's fallen asleep Timon and Pumbaa return Simba to his mother Timon and Pumbaa throw Simba into the water to be funny Timon and Pumbaa save an unconscious Simba After finding little Simba passed out on a hot and dry desert ground, Timon and Pumbaa are not sure what to do!
Since Simba is a lion, they know that they are supposed to be wary-- lions are capable of eating their species after all.