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We've Been All Wrong About Mufasa And Scar's Relationship This Entire Time

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A lot of the most common questions surrounding The Lion King are based on the relationship between Mufasa and Scar. Sure, the movie is obviously not real, but people seem to always have a problem with the fact that there are two male lions in the pride.


The Lion King is one of the most popular Disney movies ever made. It doesn't matter if you are an adult or a kid, you will likely enjoy this movie. But for some reason, we have been missing the clues about the true nature of their relationship this whole time. The director and producer of the movie decided that it was time to clarify the mix up after 23 years of us getting it all wrong.

There are a few scenes that always led us to believe we knew what was the deal with Scar and Mufasa:

When Mufasa yells "Scar! Brother, help me!"


When Zazu gets angry at Scar and said "as the King's brother you should've been first in line"


When Scar says "Why! If it isn't my big brother descending from on high to mingle with the commoners"


When Scar says "I'm at the shallow end of the gene pool"


When Simba asks what Scar will be after Simba becomes king and he says "a monkey's uncle"


All signs point to Scar being Mufasa's brother right? If he is Simba's uncle, and called his brother on several occasions?

Nope! The director and producer let us know that we have been wrong all along.

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