Beyoncé in talks with Disney to create new movie

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Beyoncé Knowles-Carter attends the European Premiere of 'The Lion King.' (Getty Images)
Beyoncé Knowles-Carter attends the European Premiere of 'The Lion King.' (Getty Images)

Cape Town - Following the success of the new adaptation of the Disney animated classic The Lion King, Beyoncé is reportedly in talks with Disney to produce another project.

According to The Sun newspaper, the Formation singer's deal for The Lion King with Disney was one of the biggest it has done.

Disney now reportedly wants to expand on it by giving her creative control to create movies under their umbrella.

In The Lion King, the 37-year-old voices Nala alongside Donald Glover's Simba. The film has made over $351.9 million domestically in the US. It is also the number 1 movie in South African cinemas with R52 215 719.

Not only did Beyoncé star in the movie she also released her own album The Lion King: The Gift which is a love letter to Africa.


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