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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?
 
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.
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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

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My name is Jose A. Ortiz

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

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