She plans to raise Kovu to overthrow Simba and become the king of the Pride Lands. While Simba is momentarily distracted by the sound of the river dam cracking, Zira tries to attack, but Kiara interferes, sending them both over the cliff. Later, Nuka is killed by falling logs after trying to kill Simba. As the fighting grow intense, Zira steps in to finish Simba off herself. Retrieved on August 28, 2014.
He tells his friend Rafiki through the wind to get Kovu and Kiara to fall in love with each other. . Timon and Pumbaa are sent to watch over Kiara. She is Nuka, Vitani, and Kovu's mother, the loyal follower of Scar, and the former leader of the. Alone in his tree, communicates with Mufasa's spirit and voices his fear of Zira and mistrust of Kovu, brought up with hate in his heart. Kiara faints from the smoke as Kovu appears, as part of Zira's plan, and carries her back to the Pride Lands.
As Mufasa falls to his death and Simba mourns for a brief moment and then gets angry at his uncle, a laughing Scar morphs into Kovu which shocks Simba , who throws Simba from the cliff to his death. Soon, Mufasa's ghost congratulates Simba and his actions from the heavens and tells him that they are one. He is molded by Zira into the perfect assassin, with only one goal in mind: kill Simba. Unwilling to harm the cub, Simba orders them to leave. In response, Zira furiously replies that if she will not fight, she will die alongside the.
The Blu-ray edition for the film was released as a separate version on March 6, 2012. Unlike the 's songs, which were written by only two composers, several composers compose the film's songs. Though angry at first that he has interfered, Kiara soon recognizes her old friend. Retrieved on July 21, 2012. Nuka chases after him in the hopes of impressing his mother, but he slips and is killed by falling logs. Later, Simba becomes very overprotective of an older Kiara Michelle Horn , assigning Timon and Pumbaa Nathan Lane and Ernie Sabella to watch her.
Ultimately, the character was renamed Kiara, and voiced by. At that moment, Zira returns and scolds her two sons. Thus, he can avenge 's death. He apologizes for failing her before dying. After introducing themselves, Timon orders Zira to get out of their.
The synopsis below may give away important plot points. Kiara meets Kovu, the son of Zira Kiara and Kovu become friends and Kiara tries to initiate a game of tag, only to find Kovu has no idea how to play. On October 4, 2011, Simba's Pride was included in an eight-disc box set trilogy set with the other two films. Vitani watches Kovu give up a prime opportunity to murder Simba and reports back to Zira. They enlist the help of the lions to scare the birds off, but it soon turns into a game.
Kovu's mother , who had been quietly watching from the bushes, also emerges. Retrieved on August 28, 2014. The next morning, he goes outside to a watering hole where Kovu contemplates attacking him, but Kiara interrupts and they go off together so Kovu can help her learn how to hunt. Kiara extends her paw to try and pull Zira up, but the bitter lioness, like Scar, is unable to let go of her hate and falls to her death. It is sung as Zira's wish for Kovu to mature so he can kill Simba. Soundtrack Main article: On September 8, 1998, Walt Disney Records released a soundtrack inspired by the film titled.
Kovu lies and claims that he has left the Outsiders to become a rogue and asks to join Simba's pride. He manages to grab hold of Simba's left heel, causing him pain. As they journey home, King Simba scolds his daughter for breaking the rules and endangering herself, reminding her that one day, she will be a queen. Despite this, Kiara thanks him for saving her and the two arrange for him to give her a hunting lesson the next morning. Retrieved on July 13, 2015. Will they settle their differences, or will Kiara help create peace between the two? Timon and Pumbaa are assigned to be her babysitters, but she easily escapes their care and ventures into the forbidden lands. What she and her parents do not know is that Kovu is the son of Zira - a banished follower of the now-dead Scar.
However, Simba, drawn by the sight of smoke, appears, along with Nala. She is the reigning queen of the Pride Lands, the mate of Simba, the mother of Kiara, and later, the mother-in-law of Kovu. By March 1998, Disney confirmed the sequel would be released on October 27, 1998. Together, they have fun playing, something Kovu notes he has never experienced before. He allows Kovu to stay at Pride Rock, but makes him sleep outside the den, separate from the pride. During the lesson, Kovu was setting an example for Kiara, thinking Timon was just an ordinary meerkat.