Blue Ivy Carter (12 years old) voices Kiara in “Mufasa: The Lion King”

Blue Ivy Carter (12 years old) voices Kiara in “Mufasa: The Lion King”

Jay-Z brought his daughter Blue Ivy Carter on stage at the Grammy Awards in February. Photograph: Mike Blake/Reuters/NTB

Beyoncé and Jay-Z's daughter has Kiara's voice, and she's been doing the work with her mom.

Disney has now released the first images for the upcoming film “Mufasa: The Lion King.”

The film is a sequel to the live-action remake of “The Lion King” from 2019.

Blue Ivy Carter (12) plays Kiara, the daughter of King Simba and Queen Nala.

Beyoncé returns as Nala, thus playing with her daughter.

She was also part of 2019's success.

– They didn't have to pretend to be mother and daughter, because they were.

Here's what director Barry Jenkins told Good Morning America about Beyoncé and Blue Ivy, according to Good Morning America. BBC.

The new movie revolves around Mufasa growing up with Scar.

The film is scheduled to premiere globally in December 2024, with Disney on Monday posting the first official trailer for the film:

Several actors from the 2019 film return.

Cast in Mufasa: The Lion King include Donald Glover as Simba, Seth Rogen and Billy Eichner as Timon and Pumbaa, and John Kani as Rafiki.

New actors were also included, including Danish Mads Mikkelsen.

Five years ago, Disney chose to remake the animated film “The Lion King” 25 years after it premiered.

This was done using so-called CGI technology, computer-generated images, to create what is called “live action” – that is, animation that looks real.

The company continues to expand the “Lion King” universe with this technology.

The original 1994 film is among the most famous animated films of all time.

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Photo: Chris Pizzello/AP/NTP

Blue Ivy Carter also visited the latest “Lion King” movie.

The mother who had the 2019 film's soundtrack featured her in the song “Brown Skin Girl.”

At the time, she became the youngest artist to chart on the Billboard Hot 100, with songs also finding success off-screen.

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