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25 Years After Scoring 'The Lion King,' Hans Zimmer Returns To Pride Rock

Twenty five years after he scored the original The Lion King, which won an Oscar, Hans Zimmer returns to Pride Rock to revisit the classic musical themes for a re-imagined tale.

The original San Diego Comic-Con committee, as drawn by Scott Shaw! and inspired by Jack Kirby. Courtesy of Scott Shaw! hide caption

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San Diego Comic-Con Is Turning 50: Here's Its Origin Story

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Thom Yorke's third solo album ANIMA represents a recalibration of his creative process. Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images hide caption

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Thom Yorke Recalibrates And Digs Deeper Into His Dread Of Technology With 'ANIMA'

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Neil Armstrong tests out his spacesuit and camera in April 1969, three months before he would actually set foot on the moon. NASA/Project Apollo Archive hide caption

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Hollywood Shoots The Moon: 117 Years Of Lunar Landings At The Movies

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The U.S. can prove that the amphibious assault ship USS Boxer destroyed one of Iran's drones, a senior Trump administration official says. Lance Cpl. Israel Chincio/11th Marine Expeditionary Unit hide caption

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USS Boxer Used Electronic Jamming To Take Down Iranian Drone, Pentagon Sources Say

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Pengyin Chen, professor of soybean breeding and genetics at the University of Missouri, in his test plots of soybeans near the town of Portageville. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Rogue Weedkiller Vapors Are Threatening Soybean Science

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From left, Hugh Hurwitz, acting director of the Bureau of Prisons; Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen; and David Muhlhausen, director of the National Institute of Justice, appear at a press conference at the Department of Justice on Friday. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Thousands Freed From Prison Custody As DOJ Implements Sentencing Reform Law

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Hans Zimmer, Matt Jones of the Re-Collective Orchestra and conductor Nick Glennie-Smith at a scoring session for Disney's The Lion King. Alberto Rodriguez/Disney Enterprises, Inc. hide caption

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25 Years After Scoring 'The Lion King,' Hans Zimmer Returns To Pride Rock

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