The wildebeests, also called gnus, are a genus of antelopes, scientific name Connochaetes.
I think MOST people here know what a mandrill is, it is one of the most distinct looking primates. with the blue ridges along his red nose. Baboons though perhaps recognisable as a word is quite plain itself. And doesnt really have anything going for him to remember him by, besides its bare ass. Which the mandrill has aswell and really is the only thing they have in common.
Have you seen the size of the canines on mandrills! quite intimidating ( baboon have rather big canines aswell, but still only half the size. Mandrill canines can get above 6 cm and baboons 3cm)
Also I noticed someone already pointed this out, but I noticed it too while taking the quiz, the Circle of Life is ALSO the last song played. Literally, going out, it says "Cir-cle- of! Ahhhhh" *abrupt cut off*, fade into Elton John's Can You Feel The Love Tonight for the credits. Similarly, the last song played in the credits, after Elton John, is also the circle of life. They've gone full circle. Hope that cleared things up.
I think the first movie ever I saw in a theathre was aladdin, and looking at their list, pocahontos might be the last, meaning the last disney movie I saw there.
And yeah, the 90s had a lot of really good Disney movies. I'd say that the 2000s was a bit of a slump for Disney, but they've released some pretty good movies in the last decade. Moana and Big Hero 6 are also really great, and if we're counting Pixar, I'll throw in Coco and Up as well. On the flip side though, the remakes have been mostly disappointing and don't really live up to the originals.
However, ever since Beauty and the Beast they decided to play it safe and just stick to the same story while only adding tiny little differences that don’t really affect the plot at all. If your goal is not to anger fans of the original by not changing anything major, then what’s the point of remaking it when you can just watch the original whenever you want?
And when/where have they stated that their goal is not to anger fans of the original?
I think things like this happen all the time,, old fans get upset and new fans get attracted. (and in terms of movies, loyalty or memories of old fans is gonna bring in any money and new fans, kids will buy tons of stuff (well, their parents mostly after giving in to the whining)
Edit: Yep, just checked. It was on the front page three days ago. And it doesn’t look like there are any new updates. Was this intentional or just a mishap?