I hate that's this is likely to be rougher than Narnias's movies. I hate hyena, I hate when poor wild canines are put the villain list because scientifically it's a false thing but it's immediately causes flash backs of the ancient time which is when poor wild canines were treated the worst. I hate how unnatral this Live action sequel will look on screen, I hate the danger such films can increase.
This if the bunch of stuff disapointing me in the early months the live acitoin sequel of the jungle Book. WIth your book thoughts I really just have to use tolerance to stay control. I hate how rude and cruel the live action wants to treat the Canidae.
You're not what's annoying me 702085, I just love wild canines that all the videos that include the wild canines as the villains quickly irritate me. Plus from the book poor Tabaqui's a jaackal that's proved on the wikipedias of Kipling's two Jungle Book novels, in the picture of him being stared at by the wolves found on the wikipedia of these old books that don't really respect nature.
And I didn't mention coyote because of not knowing the species enough to distinguish them, it's because others mentioned them plus it's true that jackal and coyotes have their scientific similarities plus the coyote's nickname American Jackal. I've known of the hyena idea quite a while I even saw the fuss about poor Tabaqui however he's cautious around the tiger while a hyena acts mainly with brutal motion. If his reality was more respected he'd even be pleased to move Kaa out of the way because there reptiles the omnivores eat.
Whether Novel or film I don't let such changes hide from conservation people, that's part of why you're seeing me talk frequently for the wild canines who've struggled in recent scenes that includes the serious abuse Reirei's had to face hurt so seriously by mad or scard Pride Landrs not just Tabaqui future scenes in the live action, as well as that in this live action it's quite likely the poor dholes will look rougher than they did in their numerous animated TV videos but either way theyre the species that's been disrespected the most for years when comparing the whole cast of Jungle Book characters. In several of the animated video that do include the dholes poor dholes have the Asian species shown the most hatred by the other Jungle Book's characters especially the wolves, but in real life these two species aren't that different except for routine, they're put together in some of the non-fiction books of science.
My speech of the canine family isn't just me trying to help the poor misunderstood Canidae it's the strength of my compassion sincerely shared with them too. Mainly for wild canines I'm not afraid to speak even when their future doesn't seem like it'll have any good result and I just don't like how often mean TV scenes increase the danger as quickly as fairy tales and myths did in the past.
The hyena is the species I don't like at all, it isn't only the one who naturally chases several of the species I like it's the species that scares me more than a quiet reptile would. Wild canines inspire me however the hyena spooks me, they're two different families.
Hello 702085. I'm BlueWolf2501. This is my first-time becoming part of the Disney Wiki and I am also a huge of The Jungle Book, especially the 2016 version. Before, I created a fanfiction story based on my visually idea of Jon Favreaus' Live-Action The Jungle Book 2. You can read my story if you wish, becuase you sound like a great expect on Disney's The Jungle Book and the creators link to the movie.
I have written a lot of links to The Jungle Book (1967), The Jungle Book 2 (2003), Rudyard Kipling’s' The Jungle Book (1994), and to the original book by Rudyard Kipling.
If you like the idea, then you possibly contact Jon Favreau to look at the idea. I know this may sound wield to read a fanfiction story and I don’t want you to waste your time either, but I’m just asking a favour and I have tried to contact Jon Favreau or Justin Marks or anyone link to the film. And if you know any way of contacting any of those people. Then I would really appreciate if you do. Thank you.
It’s all right. I have been reading your story, I haven’t quite finished it yet because of college homework, but so far, it’s great. I love the way how you planned carefully on how Shere Khan survived the fire. To me it sounds convincing. I think that needs to be in the actual movie and convince Jon Favreau to do it. So far the thing I disliked, no offense, was the change of Shanti with Kitty. Kitty was already in that 1994 movie. We should give Shanti a chance to be a real character in the movie and go further with the romance between her and Mowgli. Also, the actress I want for Shanti is Auli’i Cravalho. I disliked how you just put Shanti as just a little girl from the village. It can be anyone. I know you disliked her for how she was in the movie, but we just need to change her personality from the animated movie and outfit. Her personality would be, that she’s daring, adventurous, thoughtful and headstrong. Instead of being afraid of the jungle, like she was in the animated sequel, she wants to explore the jungle and learning to communicate with the animals.
Also, I don’t have any contact with Jon Favreau or Justin Marks whatsoever, but we could send them a letter. It might be tricky cause I sent a letter to Pixar years ago saying if they can accept a possible script for a sequel to Brave. And they said that they love it but can’t accept it due to their policy of not accepting ideas outside of their studio. I don’t know if it’s the same thing with the studio in which they made Jungle Book, but it’s worth a shot.
Not at the moment. I am learning how to use Toon Boom and Maya. As of right now, I’m learning the basics: the character movements, the walking, running, throwing and and jumping, before I can go fully advanced.
702085 wrote: Not at the moment. I am learning how to use Toon Boom and Maya. As of right now, I’m learning the basics: the character movements, the walking, running, throwing and and jumping, before I can go fully advanced.
Just curious have you read this kindle book about dia de los reyes? It is less than 1000 words
What Elephants Know is a tale that would be an awesome idea for Pixar it has more elephants than Dumbo, and then the kid in it has scenes similar to both Mowgli's life and Merida's while he's trying to save his family and his community. What Elephants Know is a fiction book of Nepal. The boy Nandu misses his dhole family that raised him, it's the Jungle Book that comforts Nandu, but like Merida trying to save his family and community he had to be quick. Nandu was taken to a king's stables full of elephants. When this boy Nandu feels grirf he misses the female elephant he knew as much as Dumbo misses his mom. The dhole pack is in scenes of the fifth part of this boy's story, they make a discovery. The story's written like Nandu is telling you his own story out loud.
I believe a tale like this would likely earn a high rate indeed, wilderness, royalty, and elephant scenes throughout the story.
Tell Me Your Opinion of this idea I've recently checked out this book from the Library.
No I didn't ever realize such facts of Pixar, especially with a few Pixar movies related to old history and legends even if not based on a book. Plus extra small books of Pixar characters,and the novelet books based on the movies themselves, both collections for young kids to practice reading.
But in Pixar, their movies are not based on any books or legends or anything nor they will ever do it. These movies came from themselves. From the director's or animator's point of view of life.
But if there is a sequel to Brave, my idea for it is, that Merida sets off to save her kingdom and her family from an evil blight that has been caused by Mor'du with the power of the waystones. She also wants to prove that she can be a bold and brave leader, breaking gender norms. I know it sounds like the video game adaption of the movie, but we can make it more original. Along the way, she meets a wiry boy named Karalt who has something to do with the blight but is willing to help Merida end it (he later becomes her love interest and he has a bit of a resemblance of grown up Andy from Toy Story 3). Merida also meets Karalt's talking pet newts, Gunkie and Velvie, (another comical Pixar duo), a big black talking bear named Rondenork, "Ronde" for short, his 3 adorable bear cubs, Ril, Lonnie and Jillie and a huge herd of endangered wild animals who are being hunted down by Viking hunters, who are also invading lands. Merida, with the help of her new friends, will have to unleash her full potential as the future Queen of Dunbroch and put a stop to the blight and the Vikings, save her kingdom and protect the fauna of the forests.
I like your theory of Merida, I just know checking themes of old tales can help write new tales, and Merida's the princess I enjoy enough to write about repeatedly a fanon wiki of her, Pixar Wiki speech of her on blogs, Merida in my fan fiction of the Pride Lands, I even do fan art of Merida. She's one I like the real culture of, most princesses I just like the story the film offered her. But culture and animated film I love Pixar's Scottish princess Merida.
Hey 702085 I found director Jon Favreau's home address. Now I need to know your real name so i can write him a letter and ask him if the sequel to The Jungle Book (2016 film) can have some elements from the 2003 animated film and let Shanti be in it and let Mowgli and Shanti 's love releationship be simmilar to Tarzan (character) and Jane Porter 's love relationship. I will start writting it and i'll ask him to write back sometime.
Ok. But figuring out his home adress, isn't that wrong? I mean I don't want to have any trouble. Can you ask him if he's willing to recycle the songs "W.I.L.D" and "Jungle Rhythm" from the 2003 Jungle Book 2? Also if the movie can have just one scene where the jungle are having a dance party?
Personally, no, I don't want Jeremy Irons to play Frollo! My choice would be Malcolm McDowell! Jeremy Irons, though sometimes he can make for a great villain, always carried charisma and eloquence about him that made him always some what likeable even when he was playing villains! Plus his voice is that of Scar's, Disney fans will always hear Scar when they think of him and never Frollo! The argument with Kevin Kline playing Phoebus and Maurice is less valid, because Kline is not that well known for playing Pheobus, while Irons is legendary for playing Scar.
I also think that Malcolm McDowell has a much more sinister face and has a long established history of playing depraved villains and perverted creeps like Alex DeLarge from A Clockwork Orange and Caligula from Caligula (also a tyrannical ruler like Frollo). I'd rather Jeremy Irons play the Archdeacon. This is mostly because of his role as Father Gabriel in The Mission. I honestly think he gave the best performance of his career in that film and provided such a wonderful contrast between Father Gabriel, a kind and pacifistic priest, and Rodrigo Mendoza (Robert De Niro), a violent and ruthless slave hunter seeking redemption. Seeing him play the Archdeacon would bring back memories of Father Gabriel in my mind.
I just wanted to tell you Jon Faverau's Jungle Book 2 will have some unused ideas from the 1967 animated movie and have more stuff from the Kipling novels. I'm going to have to write Jon Faverau and or Justin Marks and ask them that you and I would like for it to have some elements from the 2003 animated film. And we can see if they will say yes or no to us in responds.
Good! Unused ideas like the deleted scenes and characters from 1967? I hope its that. I also hope they could include English imperialism in the movie. Could you also ask him if there is a "certain jungle party" invoved in the movie?
Sure. And I will also ask him if the movie can also have some elements from the 2003 The Jungle Book 2 film and ask him if Shanti can be in the film as well. Also I think Shanti should look like the version from the 2003 animated film. I don't care for her original look from the 1967 film.
Yeah. the 1967 version of Shanti is not well-written and she has a pink dress that symbolizes feminine color. The 2003 version of Shanti is more improved. So my vote goes to the 2003 Shanti. But she still needs to have a few changes in her: Instead of being afraid of the jungle, she longs to explore the jungle, thinking that her people should give it chance to reconsider of what they think of the jungle. But still, she's the apple in her parents' eyes and everybody in the village is happy that she's there, despite that they are struggling to harvest food and maintaing their clothes clean since the Englishmen are apperantly not giving them enough money to survive. How she ended up in the jungle, is because the first time she met Mowgli, he fell in love and wanted to visit her in her village but Buldeo for some reason captured him and ordered his execution. Shanti intervened and rescued Mowgli. She helps him escape and somehow she gets herslef stuck in the jungle, because since she defied an order, Buldeo and his guards went looking for her to arrest her.
I hope this can be the better version of Shanti
Yes it will get deeper, but no that deep. Neel Sethi won't be replaced, I assure you that. But if the sooner they start filming before he gets much older the better to keep him teenaged. Besides, I think that is what will make things interesting. He's mature enough to have a girlfriend and to have kiss scenes.
Hey! I saw what you wrote about Shere Khan, and it got me disappointed. You really think he won't appear in the sequel? Has Jon Favreau even confirmed it? There is still a way to save Shere Khan for the sequel
Well I haven't sent Jon a letter yet. But I will sometime and I need to know your real name which is your first and last name. Also I think if Neel's voice does get too deep for Mowgli i think they should get a different 8 or 10 year old boy to overdub his voice to make it sound younger. See in the two MGM Pink Panther Movies Trail of The Pink Panther and Curse Of The Pink Panther David Niven who was playing Sir Charles the Phantom he was too old to speak so Rich Little had to overdub his voice to help out. So i guess that can work out well for Neel playing Mowgli in the sequel.
No! They just can't replace Neel Sethi, he can still play Mowgli. I'm just saying that he should film his scenes sooner before he reaches adulthood. Also I like his new voice. It's not childish but it's smooth and it should stay that way. I heard his voice on social media. He doesn't need for his voice to be overdubed.
Another thing: The vultures definietly need to appear in this movie. Jon Favreau wanted to cast former Beatles, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr to voice two of them, but they turned the roles down, just like what happened back in '67. Apperantley they respected John Lennon's decision of not voicing characters that look like them. You know what? They're not worth it. Jon Favreau should better cast comedians for the roles, not band-based artists, but comedians than can sing. My top choices for the role of the vultures are: Larry David as Buzzie, Ed Helms as Flaps, Jerry Seinfeld as Ziggy, Bradley Cooper as Dizzy. and Jason Alexander as Lucky. What do you think?
I also hope that the movie has a scene where the animals have their first jungle party at night and they sing and dance and "Jungle Rythmn" and "W-I-L-D" can be mixed together in it. And they should put a new song that has a beat that is similar to "Hot Wings/I Wanna Party" from Rio
I did not say anything about replacing Neel Sethi as Mowgli. I said while Neel plays him on the set we have a younger 8 or 10 year old boy to overdub his dialoge so his normal voice would not sound deeper but much younger. You see overdub means the young boy would have to record over the original audio voice track which can be heard in the background or heard in the final film. And your actors for the vultures are pretty cool. And the songs you picked are wonderful. Remember overdubing is when this young 8 or 10 year old boy is reading Neel's lines for Mowgli and it makes it sound young in the final version.
I just don't think it's a good idea to overdub his voice. It won't sound natural. Imagine if Neel Sethi is seeing himself in the movie and what he's hearing is not his current actual voice. He would be angry, because it's awful. Anyone nowadays would get angry seeing this kinds of things. We have to let things flow naturally. Besides, I bet the sequel's plot will involve making Mowgli a teenager with his voice getting just a little deep.
Well my friend I think having his voice being deeper can be all right with me. I know I did not like it at first. But it's both your choice and mine. I guess we'll ask Jon Faverau if he might let Mowgli's voice be deeper or not. We need to see if he will like it or not. I do not want to argue with you about letting the voice hit puberty and overdub the lines by a younger boy but let's see what Jon Faverau has to say about it. He can pick which one will work or not. If he picks yours then i guess it's okay with me. But if he picks mine then it will not be okay with you. So let's just ask him about our problem with his voice.
It's all right with me. But i like it better when younger boy characters like Mowgli and Christopher Robin who are 10 years old have younger voices since i somehow don't like seeing other younger boy characters who are 10 or 12 years old have deeper voices that make them mature much quicker.
I also hope that it’s as long as the new Aladdin movie, like 130 minutes long.
Not only that. Since the 2019 remake of The Lion King is receiving criticism for lack of originality because the movie is basically the same thing like the original. But here in Jungle Book 2, I wanna make it big. Make it as successful as Frozen was and having some songs that people won’t stop singing for months. Like that party song I wanna add into the movie
I don’t want this to end up like The Lion King. Because everyone knows the story the songs and everything. I want The Jungle Book 2 to be entirely different with only a few elements from the animated 2003 Jungle Book 2. To make it a whopping success. I want the songs “Jungle Rhythm” and “W-I-L-D” to be in the movie. But I wanna remove some of the lyrics and replace them with something new, original and that is native to India and the jungle itself
More like we’ll hear an epic orchestral version of “My Own Home” which is Shanti’s song in the movie. Disney never adds famous songs from artists around the world into their movies. Everyone of their songs came from them. Hey John, it’s been a long time since we last talked. Have you made the letter to Jon Favreau yet? If you haven’t, then what are you waiting for?
Please you or Tyler26 or the two of you together, or if necessary similar experts, But I was hoping we could bring back Bhati who was Simba's and Nala's childhood friend in the live-action movie. Bhati's one of Disney's foxes she's a Bat-eared fox. Bhati's page mentions back when the movie was initially titled King Of The Jungle. The poor cute fox made no further than concept photos, but I think Bhati should have been kept in the cast.
Hey it's me Listen it's unknown if Alan Tudyk or Jim Cummings will do Tigger for Disney's Live Action 2018 Christopher Robin movie. I still want Jim to do both Tigger and Pooh for this movie. But let's not argue about this and we'll just see who can do it.
I agree Jim Cummings should stick with voicing Pooh and Tigger. He has done a marvelous job. But someimes I think Scott Adsit should have voice Pooh in his Baymax voice and Hank Azaria should voice Tigger. But that's just me. Let's just see who gets it better
This user wants help with forming a story, I've given my reply of reaction answers on a discussion page, and examples of animals and humans being active but harmless through whole stories on this user's message wall. This user would probably like your advice for Zootopia's future though.