The Making of The Jungle Book is as extraordinary as the Live Action and CG movie by Disney.
The Making of The Jungle Book has highly specialized CGI done to create an unforgettable movie experience. Directed by Jon Favreau, it is nostalgic journey for the audience. Based on the original author Rudyard Kipling‘s tales, Jon recreated the historical characters using today’s advanced Animation and Visual Effects technology.
As a common VFX shooting pipeline, The Jungle Book had also been captured in chroma background. It is shot in a sound stage in Las Angeles with blue screen chroma. Various puppets had been used so the Mowgli actor, Neel Sethi, can understand how to act properly. Only Neel had been shot in live action. Rest of the jungle and all the characters are completely CGI. But, in the final movie, it has been a seamless blend of all shooting elements and computer graphics. The law of the jungle is beautifully presented. The VFX shooting of The Jungle Book had set new standards of combining on set and virtual film making.
Check out some before and after, behind the scenes of The Jungle Book in following video:
MPC (Moving Picture Company) had done incredible Animation and Visual Effects which is seen in the making of The Jungle Book. It had been the lead post production studio. Disney and MPC had revealed special star cast images of the CGI animal character accompanying with its voice over artist. The post production house had presented outstanding charisma in these unique images.
The full cast and crew of the actors who lend their voices for The Jungle Book is as follows:
Idris Elba as Shere Khan, the Tiger
Ben Kingsley as Bagheera, the Black Panther
Bill Murray as Baloo, the Bear
Scarlett Johansson as Kaa, the Snake
Lupita Nyong’o as Raksha, the Mother Wolf of Mowgli
Giancarlo Esposito as Akela, the leader of the Wolves
Christopher Walken as King Louie, the Orangutan, leader of monkeys pack