Jon Favreau is not a stranger to the Star Wars universe, having played roles in both the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series and in the upcoming Solo: A Star Wars Story.
The iconic Disney animated feature The Lion King is going to get a live-action version directed by John Favreau. Donald Glover has voiced the primary character Simba, and Seth Rogen is casted as Pumbaa in a dream casting. James Earl Jones voices the father of Simba, Mufasa. John Oliver is the hornbill Zazu, Wolverine star Hugh Jackman is the villain, Scar.
The sequel to “The Jungle Book” that released in India last week, is already in works at Disney with Jon Favreau attached to direct.
Jon Favreau got a whiff of ‘desi’ flavours and aromas as the film’s lead star Neel Sethi’s mother prepared a “home cooked Indian feast” for him.
“The Jungle Book” director Jon Favreau has been feted with the PETA US award for using computer-generated imagery rather than relying on abused captive animals to create the film.
Big challenges were faced by Jon Favreau as he embarked on a quest to reopen “The Jungle Book” on the silver screen.
This film should have been called The Social Network Part 2. Or Twitter. Or Vine. Or, even, Facebook.
There are cowboys,and there are aliens,and then there are cowboys and aliens.
If Favreau and Downey Jr brilliantly etched the suit and the man within it,and how one defines the other,in Iron Man,they take it one step further in the sequel.
A specially trained squad of guinea pigs is despatched to stop a diabolical billionaire from taking over the world.