Andy Serkis' Mowgli Gets New Netflix Trailer And Release Date


For those who watched the cartoon version, you already know what Mowgli was abandoned as a baby and raised by animals.

It's not really fair to compare a film to something as good as Disney's live-action The Jungle Book, but obviously, Mowgli, the new film from director Andy Serkis, is going to draw them.

Netflix's Mowgli is set to air globally on the 7th of December 2018, so put the date in your calendar now and start rounding up the squad for a wholesome movie night. The cast includes Serkis as Baloo the bear, Benedict Cumberbatch as the tiger Shere Khan, Cate Blanchett as the python Kaa and Christian Bale as the leopard Bagheera. Now, we have a brand-new trailer for Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle, and while it does look more polished than it did before, it still does look a

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But while filming began in March 2015, after which an intense period of post-production was underway, Disney released its own grounded and somewhat gritty The Jungle Book in 2016.

But seeing as the film will be on Netflix, I lose nothing by checking it out on the streaming service, and it's a whole lot better than if it was released in theaters - because then I wouldn't have seen it at all.

Those interested in seeing Mowgli, which stars Rohan Chand as the titular character and spins the classic Rudyard Kipling tale into darker territory, in theaters can do so beginning on November 29 in select locations in Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and London.