The newest trailer of Mowgli should will definitely get you to subscribe to Netflix, if you have not already. The movie, now titled Mowgli: The Legend of the Jungle, is Andy Serkis' take on Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book and will start streaming on Netflix from December 7, 2018. The new movie is in not a sequel of the 2016 blockbuster, The Jungle Book. In fact the two movies are not related in any which way at all except for the fact that they are based on the same book. Once again Hollywood ended up making two movies at the same time on the same subject, like Deep Impact and Armageddon. Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle is a darker, yet PG 13, retelling of the story.
Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle stars Rohan Chand as the human protagonist and many A-Lister Hollywood actors have motion capture and voice roles. It features Christian Bale as panther Bagheera, Cate Blanchett as snake Kaa, Benedict Cumberbatch as tiger Shere Khan, Freida Pinto as village woman Messua, Tom Hollander as hyena Tabaqui, Peter Mullan as alpha wolf Akela, Naomie Harris as wolf mother Raksha. The new trailer delves deeper into the life of the jungle boy Mowgli and we will see him interact with humanity after living in the jungle since his birth. We will see the little boy struggle to pick his true place between the two worlds - the known wild and the unknown humanity.
Watch The New Trailer of Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle Below:
Warner Bros did not always plan to have a Netflix release for the film. But a deal was struck between the production house and streaming giant in July. Director Andy Serkis has said that he is excited about he movie streaming on Netflix. "It was always meant to be PG-13, and this allows us to go deeper, with darker themes, to be scary and frightening in moments. The violence between animals is not gratuitous, but it's definitely there. This way of going allows us to get the film out without compromise," he has said.
Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle new trailer is truly impressive. The scale of the film is unparalleled with spectacular VFX and the story looks emotionally engaging.