Watch The Jungle Book New Clips

Posted: Mar 29 2016, 10:38am CDT | by , Updated: Mar 29 2016, 10:43am CDT, in News | Latest Movie News


Watch The Jungle Book New Clips
  • “The Jungle Book” Released A New Clip That Will Make You Quite Sad

“The Jungle Book” has released new clips that show new scenes from the movie.

Disney’s “The Jungle Book” is going to be released in a few weeks. A trailer was released a few months back that showed extravagant graphical features in the movie.

The movie is something that is really close to the heart of the people who have always loved the Jungle Book series. The new clip from the movie has a lot of emotional impact. 

The new clips feature a great scene in which Mowgli is seen bidding farewell to the mama wolf Raksha and the alpha wolf Akela.

In the previously released clips, it was seen that Mowgli was sent back to the human world due to a move set up by the villain Sher Khan. It is seen that Bagheera takes Mowgli to the human world so he stays safe from the ferocious perils that the jungle can pose upon them. 

This is not the only thing that was offered in the clip. A few happy scenes were seen in these clips as well. The new features show Mowgli helping Baloo to prepare for the hibernating season.

However,  Bhageera is irritated and says that bears don’t hibernate in the jungle. However, it can be pointed out that Baloo only wants to prepare for hibernation so he can have a lot of food all to himself. 

The Jungle Book will be featuring the voices of Scarlet Johansson as Kaa, according to ScreenCrush.  Along with that King Louie will be played by Christopher Walken. The movie will be showcased around the world in theaters on April 15th.

It has captured the attention of most of the kids and adults due to its high resolution graphics and fantastic special features. Only time will tell if the movie will meet the expectations of the people. 

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