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A week after a video of Prince Harry’s interview with Disney CEO Bob Iger has surfaced, a new video has been unearthed showing that the royal and his wife, Meghan Markle speaks with director Jon Favreau about the voiceover work.
In the video, Harry, 35, Markle, 38, was seen talking to Favreau, 53, a frequent Disney collaborator, pitching voiceover work.
“The next time someone in a voiceover, we are able to are available to us,” Harry said in a video obtained by the Daily Mail.
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“Something like that,” he said, from “the Lion King” for that of the director. “Just don’t Scar at all. That’s a Scar.”
In this video, Markle is also a lot of jokes were made, saying, “This is the reason why we are here, to set the tone,” and with a smile.
Aside from the “Lion King,” Favreau directed Disney’s recent release of “The Jungle Book”, and most recently, was responsible for the live-action “Star Wars” tv series, “The Mandalorian” of Disney+. Favreau also directed “Iron Man” and “Iron Man 2″, and has starred in several Marvel movies such as ” Happy Hogan.
The video of the debate have emerged days after the Daily Mail released a video of the beam-to-talk’s about a possible collaboration.
“You know, she’s doing a voice-over,” Harry could be heard saying to the Organisation, in 68, when the prince referred to his wife.
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“Oh really, I didn’t know that,” Iger said.
“It’s really interesting,” said Harry.
“We would like to try it,” Iger replied.
Both of the interviews took place at the premiere of “the Lion King”, which was a collaboration between Disney and the royal family, raising money for Harry’s African wildlife conservation efforts.
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Both of the videos have been dug up after it was announced that Markle made a deal with Disney to provide voiceover work for a new, upcoming project.
The work was done in exchange for a donation to a non-profit in Africa.