Andy Serkis' Mowgli Is A Darker Take On The Jungle Book

Mowgli Trailer The dark version of The Jungle Book

Andy Serkis' Mowgli Is A Darker Take On The Jungle Book

The official synopsis for Mowgli reads: "Motion capture and live action are blended for Mowgli, a new, big-screen, 3D adaptation of Rudyard Kipling's classic The Jungle Book". But with the 2016 release of Disney's Jon Favreau-helmed live-action version of The Jungle Book and now Andy Serkis' live-action take called Mowgli, one of our favorite childhood cartoons has been getting a serious makeover lately.

The Warner Bros' Baloo is played by the master of motion-capture - Andy Serkis - who is also directing the movie. But the first trailer of Andy Serkis's version of Rudyard Kipling's fantasy collection will knock you out of your happy place and leave you with a completely different impression. Serkis complimented Christian Bale (Bagheera) and Cumberbatch for their portrayal of their respective characters. Next, we see a caged Mowgli (Rohan Chand, The Hundred-Foot Journey) lashing out at his confines in the same way that a caged wild animal would-deep, isn't it?

"We wanted to engage more closely with Kipling's book".

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"There is no singing and dancing by the animals that is for sure".

Talking specifically about Share Khan, Serkis explained that Cumberbatch plays this character not as a black and white villain, but as a damaged individual. We'll just have to wait and see.

About Cate Blanchett playing Kaa, Serkis said, "She is an ancient soul of the jungle".

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Mowgli is all set to hit the theatres on October 19.

Tell me you watched the trailer again and again only to hear Benedict say, "My, My, how you have grown!"

The trailer opens with bird soaring into the breathtaking jungle with gorgeous views and a caption shortly after that saying, "Witness the darkest telling", and then a young Mowgli appears to be captured in a cage.

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Mowgli will release on 19 Oct 2018 and stars Rohan Chand in the lead.

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