‘The Jungle Book’ Review and box-office collection report

Rudyard Kipling’s 1894’s classic “The Jungle Book” was released in theaters on 15th April 2016. The worldwide theatrical release of the film will happen in various formats like – IMAX 3D, Disney Digital 3D and RealD 3D.

Walt Disney Pictures Produced the remake version of 1967 animated musical film with the same name.

With a run time of 105 minutes, this movie is a unique work of integrated storytelling technique with motion capture technology along with computerized digital imagery and some photo-realistic rendering.

Walt Disney Records will also release a soundtrack album on the same day of the release of the film. With amazing trailers, the movie has already created a buzz among the kids.

The strategic release of the film on April will also see lot of its audience drawn to the theaters, specially the children who will be out of school on their Spring break.

However, the box office collection for this particular film may find a stiff competition coming in from Batman vs Superman, which will be in its third week or from following week’s release of Huntsman sequel.

Industry watchers predict a $62 million opening in The US and Canada. Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures remains the sole distributor of the film worldwide.

Directed by Jon Favreau and written by Justin Marks, this visual effects and 3D photographic film will be a revisit of Kipling’s beloved classic. The movie already has got a thumbs up from various film critics around the world, with some great positive reviews.

“The Jungle Book” Official Trailer:

Neel Sethi, the Indo-American child actor makes his debut in the lead role of Mowgli, whereas some of the Hollywood’s bigwigs like Sir Ben Kingsley, Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson from the voice cast of this movie.

John Debney has composed music for the film. With awesome trailers released during the Super Bowl, this movie has definitely set high expectations among movie goers.

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