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#62

dunno if I will ever watch this version.

I am still scared from the original


#63

Haha, ya not really a kids movie despite the fact that many of us watched it as kids.

I rewatched the original more recently and it still holds up as a good movie - not so sure about this remake though.


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#65

Releases on Netflix today:

Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle

Acclaimed actor and director Andy Serkis reinvents Rudyard Kipling’s beloved masterpiece, in which a boy torn between two worlds accepts his destiny and becomes a legend.


Cast includes:
Christian Bale - Bagheera
Cate Blanchett - Kaa
Benedict Cumberbatch - Shere Khan
Naomie Harris - Nisha
Andy Serkis - Baloo

#66

Can’t wait. Omg.
I watched the first one twice in the movies. Looking forward to this one is an understatement


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Edit reason: discourse won’t let me post 4 times in a row

Edit again. Still can’t post more than 3 replies, here’s another one.


#69

Okay, so no trailer here, but definitely worth a mention…

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It’s listed as a “Netflix Movie” with a 1h30m running time, and with the release date set at “2018”. The page has just gone up, so the potential is high that the rumour of Black Mirror returning on 28 December may well be correct.

In addition, there are reports that the movie may well be a “choose your own adventure” type thing as it’s also been rumoured that up to 5 hours of footage exists for “Bandersnatch”.

Either way, I know what I’m watching on the 28th!

More from IndieWire here:


#70

I read about it last night as well. Haven’t watched any of the Black Mirror episodes yet, but the “choose your own adventure” concept sounds intriguing. The one problem I have with TV is the lack of interaction - something like this would raise the engagement levels phenomenally.


#71

Now there’s a trailer. And it’s become a Netflix “Event” with a Tweet clip showing a definite FMV game type shot with Yes/No choices, and the Netflix description now saying:

In 1984, a young programmer begins to question reality as he adapts a dark fantasy novel into a video game. A mind-bending tale with multiple endings.


#72

I’m keen to give it a try. Netflix also has minecraft telltale series that also works with selecting options. It’s all the future of TV aparently.


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#76

Well, that looks awesome


#77

Looks great!


#78

I came here to either post this or like it.


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#81

That video is copyright blocked.