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Warner Bros. Plans 'Darker' Remake of Kipling's Classic Jungle Book

While Disney plan their version of Neil Gaiman's Graveyard Book — widely read as a modern interpretation of Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book — Warner Brothers are plotting a return to the original material. The studio is reportedly in talks with Steve Kloves, the screenwriter behind all eight Harry Potter movies, to direct ... More »
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