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Serkis will portray Baloo, bringing his expertise as a motion capture expert to life once again. Peter Mullan will voice Akela, leader of the wolf pack that raises Mowgli, with Harris and Eddie Marsan playing wolf couple Nish and Vihaan. Tom Hollander has also joined the production as Tabaqui, a jackal who serves as one of Shere Khan’s underlings.

Disney live action adaptation, titled The Jungle Book, will arrive in 2015 with Neel Sethi, Idris Elba, Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, Ben Kingsley, Christopher Walken, Lupita Nyong’O, Giovanni Esposito and directed by Jon Favreau (Iron Man, Elf, Swingers). On April 15, Disney will revisit The Jungle Book with a new live-action adaptation directed by Jon Favreau.Earlier this week, Disney revealed the first images from The Jungle Book triptych poster. Titled Jungle Book: Origins, the film should not be confused with the live-action Disney project based on similar source material. It was the first voice lead that motion-capture guru Andy Serkis has cast for his directorial debut, scheduled for release Oct. He’s famous for his role as Gollum, working alongside Cumberbatch as Smaug and for his role as Caesar in the rebooted Planet of the Apes films. Stephen is the founder and editor for the Steven Spielberg Fan Club website and contributes to pop culture stories on The Dispatch, especially upcoming movie news.
The scene had dramatic elements, but it was also quite funny to see this 10-year-old kid verbally challenge a talking panther. It seems as if Favreau’s trademark sense of humor will be very present in this movie.“If you want to do a comedy, you’re better off doing an action movie,” said Favreau.

Chris Walken and Bill Murray, and just making those guys come to life and working with them over and over again is a real dream come true.”According to producer Brigham Taylor, over 8,000 boys were brought in to audition for the part of Mowgli. The role ended up going to a 10-year-old actor named Neel Sethi, a previously unknown performer.“It wasn’t that we wouldn’t have taken someone who was pre-established,” explained Taylor. They have to figure out what the character would really do in this strange situation.”“The kid is really, really sharp,” continued Favreau. As the primary actor in the film, it will be up to Sethi to carry the story and make audiences believe in the illusion of the photo-realistic talking animals.Fortunately, Sethi seemed to be well suited for the challenge.

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