Jon talks about creating the Lion King, worrying about public reaction at the premiere, the animation process, working with Beyoncé, cooking with celebrities and chefs in "The Chef Show" And write and produce a new Star Wars series on Disney + "The Mandalorian."
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Jon Favreau on The Lion King, Beyoncé and the new Star Wars series