'Jungle Book' Is Still In The Driver’s Seat After Third Week
There is no stopping the "Jungle Book" from soaring its popularity in the viewing world. The movie, which is based from Rudyard Kipling's collection of written works, definitely touches the viewers' hearts and playful minds. The movie is not only for the kids but also for the kids at heart. Surely, nostalgic moments are felt because this story/movie has been one of the favorite children stories in the history of literature, even in animated shows. The audience who was able to watch the movie has experienced the best exciting and breath-taking adventures of the characters.
According to The New York Times, the movie "Jungle Book," which is directed by John Favreau under the banner of Walt Disney Studious Motion Pictures, is continuously edging other movies when it comes to ticket sales three weeks in a row. The movie is starred by Neel Sethi as Mowgli. It also features Bill Murray as the voice of Baloo, Idris Elba as the voice of Shere Khan, Ben Kingsley as the voice of Bagheera and Christopher Walken as the voice of King Louie.
The New York Times also added that the "Jungle Book" is now ranking no.1 for three weeks running. Reports say that in its first three weeks from release, the movie's earning is about $43 million and is cumulatively grossing over $250 million, domestically.
According to a post by Forbes Media and Entertainment website, the film "Jungle Book" has the seventh-biggest third weekend of all time as for the moment. Considering the worldwide release, it has earned a total of $684.796 million.
The reviews are actually very positive. According to IMBD, the movie is a great remake. Everything about the movie is excellent. Some viewers also stated that if they love the previous versions of the movie, they also love this remake equally. Regardless of what the reviews are, it will be worth watching for sure.
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