Today’s big news is that Disney’s The Lion King is getting a remake in 2019, with Beyoncé and Donald Glover to voice Nala and Simba, respectively.

Describing its cast as star-studded would be an understatement as the duo is joined by Seth Rogan, John Oliver, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Alfre Woodard among others.

Twitter had very strong feelings about the announcement and, as per usual, no filter. Queen B, of course, dominated headlines, so here’s some of the funniest reactions from the web.


Not just the hive. Everyone

Wait, that’s actually genius

How weird will they let Eric André get?

Here’s to hoping Jay gets a feature

Seriously, give that dude a gold star!

Honestly though, that’s just disrespectful to the original

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