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    The Jungle Book 2 is really dull and very safe. You pretty much know what’s going to happen from the start. One good thing is Tony Jay’s voice but if you liked The Jungle Book and what more of it just watch and throw this one under a statue surrounded by molten lava, the world will thank you for it .

  • The Jungle Book 2 is really dull and very safe. You pretty much know what’s going to happen from the start. One good thing is Tony Jay’s voice but if you liked The Jungle Book and what more of it just watch and throw this one under a statue surrounded by molten lava, the world will thank you for it .

    , who plays Mowgli in the film, will also return for “Jungle Book 2,” which would be produced by Favreau. Marks’ script would draw from additional works by “Jungle Book” author Rudyard Kipling.

    Favourite character from The Jungle Book?
    Favourite character from The Jungle Book 2?
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    But at least The Jungle Book was mildly entertaining. Mowgli could get away with being dull because he was the straight guy reacting to things. The Jungle Book 2 has Mowgli at the forefront so the movie is just all-a-round dull and Mowgli is more unlikable in this movie.

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Assuming the sequel goes ahead, the question is what will be the source material? There is the The Jungle Book 2 as previously mentioned, but that seems unlikely. The most obvious piece to go to with is Kipling’s sequel to the original, which he wrote a year later called The Second Jungle Book. It has already been adapted as a live-action movie in the form of 1997’s The Second Jungle Book: Mowgli & Baloo, but was critically panned. Whatever the decision on the sequel, Disney will no doubt continue to make sure fire wins at the box office with its live action interpretations of its animated classics like — which is also soon to be followed by a sequel this year.