The Jungle Book makers hared a special photo-shoot of the voice cast with the animals they play on the film's official Facebook page. Actors Scarlett Johansson, Idris Alba, Lupita Nyong'o and Ben Kingsley also shared their interpretation of the character they play in the film along with the pictures
"I know who you are and I know where you come from," Kaa whispers sibilantly to Mowgli, played by young actor Neel Sethi. The other voices - none heard here - are provided by Idris Elba for Shere Khan, Bill Murray for the bear Baloo, Ben Kingsley for Bagheera, Lupita Nyong'o for the wolf Raksha and Christopher Walken for King Louie.
The poster, tweeted by trade analyst Taran Adarsh, features Mowgli and Bagheera, played by young actor Neel Sethi and Sir Ben Kingsley
Ranbir does look similar to how Mr Dutt was in his Rocky days, but after the actor got over his drug problem, he took to body building in a big way and that is where Ranbir will have to put in the effort
Ben Kingsley is to provide the voice of panther Bagheera, Lupita Nyongo will play Raksha the wolf and Christopher Walken will voice orangutang King Louie
The 3D Disney film is slated to hit theatres on October 9, 2015
Idris Elba is already on board to voice the villainous tiger Sher Khan, while Scarlett Johansson will lend her sound to Kaa, Mowgli's charming python ally
Oscar winning British actor Ben Kingsley joins Robert Pattinson and Dane DeHaan in photographer-turned-filmmaker Anton Corbijn's much-anticipated movie James Dean.
After a dull few weeks at the box office, Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan comes to the rescue with his superhero flick Krrish 3, releasing today. Also featuring Priyanka Chopra, Kangana Ranaut and Vivek Oberoi, Krrish 3 is a sequel to the 2006 movie Krrish.
Actor Anupam Kher and Sir Ben Kingsley, musician Nicole Scherzinger and late Hollywood legend Bruce Lee were honoured at the third edition of The Asian Awards held in London.
In Richard Attenborough's classic Gandhi, a young, handsome-looking street ruffian named 'Colin', played by a 20-something Daniel Day-Lewis, bullies an equally young barrister Gandhi portrayed by Ben Kingsley.