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Why It’s OK For Andy Serkis’ Jungle Book To Be Dark And Scary, According To Andy Serkis


When Jon Favreau's version of The Jungle Book became a box office force, so much so that it instantly green-lit a sequel, many spectators began to wonder what it all meant for the version that Andy Serkis has been working on for Warner Bros. Now, the first-time director has come out and said that his take on Rudyard Kipling's stories will be unique, because it will be a much darker take on the material. While some might worry such a thing could scare away younger viewers, and hurt the film's box office, Serkis says that it will be fine, because ...
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