‘The Jungle Book’ Update: A New International Trailer Released! [Watch Now]

By Rosella Jane Vargas | 1 year ago
‘The Jungle Book’ Update: A New International Trailer Released! [Watch Now]

A new trailer of the much awaited “The Jungle Book” film was just released online. This second trailer is for international viewers. What are the glimpses that can be seen in the movie through the short clip? Read on for more details.

The freshly-released trailer is catered for the Russian audience. A sultry voice, coming from the snake character, can be heard throughout the entire 1:59 video that was uploaded in YouTube. The scenes are quite similar with the first trailer that was for the soon-to-be American moviegoers.


According to Comic Book, there isn’t much of a new footage added in the second one. However, the heart-stopping and astonishing fire sequences at the near end provide clues regarding more animals included in this movie.

Walt Disney posted in their blog of the celebrities who will be the voice actors behind the animal characters. These big stars will definitely be expected to bring these classic characters to life. The tiger Shere Khan will be voiced by Idris Elba. Ben Kingsley will be the voice actor of the black panther Bagheera. The bear Baloo have the voice of Bill Murray.


Christopher Walken is included likewise in the cast the orangutan King Louie. Scarlett Johansson is also in the powerhouse cast as the python Kaa. The wolf Raksha will be voiced by Lupita Nyong’o while the male leader of the wolf pack will be played by the voice of Giancarlo Esposito. Everyone will get to see the debut performance of Neel Sethi in remake movie.

“The Jungle Book” is series of stories written by Rudyard Kipling intended for children’s literature. It is a story focusing on Mowgli as he traverses on a voyage to discover his true identity. He was raised by a pack of wolves. He starts to set out on a journey when Shere Khan poses a danger for anyone whom he didn’t consider as an ally.

“The Jungle Book” film will hit theaters on Apr. 15, 2016.

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