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A human child raised by wolves, must face off against a menacing tiger named Shere Khan, as well as his own origins.

Director: Andy Serkis
Writer: Callie Kloves

Release Date: 2019-12-31
Status: Post Production
Production Companies : The Imaginarium, Warner Bros. Pictures
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 2019-12-31
Status: Post Production

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Rohan Chand
as Mowgli
Andy Serkis
as Baloo
Christian Bale
as Bagheera
Benedict Cumberbatch
as Shere Khan
Cate Blanchett
as Kaa
Naomie Harris
as Nisha
Eddie Marsan
as Vihaan
Freida Pinto
as Raksha
Matthew Rhys
as John Lockwood
Tom Hollander
as Tabaqui
Peter Mullan
as Akela
Jack Reynor
as Brother Wolf
Josh Jefferies
as Elder Pre
Georgie Farmer
as Wolf Cub
Louis Ashbourne Serkis
as Bhoot
Freida Pinto
Riaz Mansoor
as Indian Villager


Editing Mark Sanger Editor
Directing Andy Serkis Director
Writing Rudyard Kipling Novel
Writing Callie Kloves Screenplay
Production Jonathan Cavendish Producer
Production Steve Kloves Producer
Production Nikki Penny Executive Producer
Production Andy Serkis Producer
Sound Nitin Sawhney Music
Camera Michael Seresin Director of Photography
Production Lucy Bevan Casting
Art Gary Freeman Production Design
Art Matthew Gray Art Direction
Art Jason Knox-Johnston Supervising Art Director
Art Steven Lawrence Art Direction
Art Tom Still Art Direction
Art Anneke Botha Set Decoration
Art Raffaella Giovannetti Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Alexandra Byrne Costume Design
Costume & Make-Up Liz Barlow Prosthetic Makeup Artist
Costume & Make-Up Nana Fischer Makeup Designer
Costume & Make-Up Clarice Gill Makeup Artist
Production Sara Desmond Production Manager
Directing Wendy Alport First Assistant Director
Directing Lee Grumett First Assistant Director
Directing Jo Tew Second Assistant Director
Art Samantha Atkinson Art Department Assistant
Art David Balfour Property Master
Art Sophie Bridgman Assistant Art Director
Art Noémie Cauvin Conceptual Illustrator
Art Callum Davison Set Dresser
Crew Steve Furneaux Carpenter
Writing John Greaves Storyboard
Crew Andrew Guyett Scenic Artist
Art Axel Hoebel Set Dresser
Crew Andries Joubert Carpenter
Crew Adam Maher Scenic Artist
Art Meike Maher Construction Coordinator
Visual Effects Sebastian Meyer Creature Design
Crew Graham Mitchell Carpenter
Art Kan Muftic Conceptual Illustrator
Art Roberto Oliveri Set Dresser
Crew Wolfgang Osterholzer Carpenter
Art Aisha Saeed Art Department Coordinator
Crew Nick Slater Carpenter
Crew Anthony Michael Viviers Carpenter
Art Laurence Wells Property Master
Art Tracy Wilson Storyboard Designer
Art Thomas Wingrove Conceptual Illustrator
Sound Kevin Maloney Boom Operator
Visual Effects Jérémie Abrial Modeling
Visual Effects Sam Ashford-Rowe Visual Effects Coordinator
Crew Harry Bardak CG Supervisor
Crew Andrew Barry Compositors
Visual Effects Christophe Dehaene Digital Compositors
Visual Effects Nigel Denton-Howes Visual Effects Supervisor
Visual Effects Nicholas Hurst Digital Compositors
Crew Josh Jefferies Motion Capture Artist
Visual Effects Rory Jones Visual Effects Coordinator
Art Rob Menzer Sculptor
Visual Effects Massimo Meo Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects George Murphy Visual Effects Supervisor
Crew Johan van Huyssteen Compositors
Visual Effects Jon Veal Modeling
Visual Effects Alejandro Villabon Digital Compositors
Crew Andy Walker CG Supervisor
Visual Effects Raphaelle Weisz Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Caroline Whitehill Visual Effects Coordinator
Visual Effects Luke Wilding Modeling
Visual Effects Annette Wullems Visual Effects Producer
Crew Andy Wareham Stunts
Crew Mark Mottram Stunt Coordinator
Crew Grant Hulley Stunt Coordinator
Camera David Appleby Still Photographer
Lighting Ashraf Benjamin Lighting Technician
Camera Kevin Fraser Key Grip
Camera Ken Hodgson Grip
Lighting Ken Hodgson Rigging Grip
Camera Ed Lancaster Grip
Lighting Lesley Manuel Rigging Gaffer
Lighting Michael-Daniel-King Lighting Technician
Camera Shaun O'Dell Second Unit Director of Photography
Camera David Rist Dolly Grip
Lighting Brent Sauls Electrician
Camera Terry Williams Grip
Visual Effects Kayn Garcia Lead Animator
Visual Effects Hennadii Prykhodko Lead Animator
Production Nanw Rowlands Casting Associate
Costume & Make-Up Michele Pluck Set Costumer
Costume & Make-Up Zureta Schulz Costume Supervisor
Costume & Make-Up Laura Smith Assistant Costume Designer
Editing Eileen de Klerk Assistant Editor
Editing Thora Woodward Assistant Editor
Production Morten Nielsen Location Manager
Sound Lewis Morison Music Editor
Production Cécile Bouquet Researcher
Directing Paula Casarin Script Supervisor
Crew Karen Ellison Studio Teachers
Crew Kate Fernandez Production Office Assistant
Art Gavin Fulcher Sculptor
Camera Sally Hill Additional Photography
Crew Andrew G. Johnson Production Office Assistant
Crew Pixie le Knot Motion Capture Artist
Crew Stacy Mann Unit Publicist
Crew Zoe Midgley Motion Capture Artist
Crew Laura Moloney Set Production Assistant
Production Christopher Mullen Assistant Production Coordinator
Crew David Orpheus Set Production Assistant
Production David Zealey Production Coordinator

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