The Lion King Movies in Order (1994 – 2019)

From the late 1990s to the late 2010s, the Lion King has been one of the most popular animated films to have ever come out of the Disney Studios, enjoyed by both the young and old, and in case you’re a little confused, today, we’ll show you how you can watch the Lion King movies in order.

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Lion King movies in order

The Lion King Movies in Order

As promised, here’s the right order to watch the Lion King movies.

The Lion King19941h 28m
The Lion King20191h 58m


The Lion King

The first “Lion King” film to ever come out of the Disney Studios is simply titled “The Lion King”, and it tells the story of Simba and his journey to becoming the Lion King after his father, Mufasa, was murdered by his brother and uncle, Scar, and the throne forcefully taken by him.

The film opens with the presentation of Simba, the lion cub and heir to the Pride Lands, to the animal kingdom. Simba’s birth marks a joyous occasion for the animals, especially his parents, Mufasa, the wise and benevolent king, and Sarabi, the queen.

However, not everyone is pleased with Simba’s arrival. Scar, Mufasa’s brother, resents Simba’s position as the heir and desires to become king himself. Scar hatches a sinister plan that leads to Mufasa’s death, which eventually changes the course of Simba’s life.

Simba is forced to flee the Pride Lands, while bearing the guilt that he is responsible for his father’s death. But little did Scar know, that soon, Simba will be back to take back what is rightfully his.

The Lion King

Lion King movies in order

The 2019 version of “The Lion King” movie is simply a CGI remake of the original film, following exactly the storyline, different actors but same characters, maybe one or two remixes of the soundtracks used in the original film, for instance, “Be Prepared”, is different but maintains the same theme, etc. And that’s just it.

Those are the two Lion King movies ever made to date, and how to watch them in order. Give this post a thumbs up by sharing it if you find it helpful, and as always, I’ll see y’all tomorrow, #peace out!!!

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