Mowgli is set to be a darker affair compared to Disney's live-action remake with bloody images and a dark version of Baloo.
Writer Justin Marks reveals that his sequel The Jungle Book 2 will explore other areas of the Rudyard Kipling novel that the first film did not.
Take a look back at the year that was in the cinema with an epic four-minute video that celebrates the most memorable movies of 2016.
Jon Favreau reveals he will use virtual reality technology for his Lion King reboot, which he'll shoot back-to-back with Jungle Book 2.
Disney has set a new global box office record in 2016 and still has Star Wars: Rogue One and Doctor Strange to go.
Disney has dominated the 2016 box office with massive hits Finding Dory, Captain America: Civil War and The Jungle Book.
Disney breaks Universal's record by becoming the fastest studio to cross $5 billion worldwide and $3 billion internationally in a calendar year.
Disney's The Jungle Book held off three underperforming newcomers to win at the box office for a 3rd week in a row, with $42.4 million.
Two-time box office champ The Jungle Book squares off against Keanu, Mother's Day and Ratchet and Clank this weekend in theaters.
Disney's The Jungle Book fends off Universal's The Huntsman: Winter's War to take the top spot at the box office again with $60.8 million.
Last week's winner The Jungle Book faces two newcomers at the box office, The Huntsman: Winter's War and Elvis & Nixon.
The Jungle Book runs wild at the Box Office with $103.6M in first place, while Barbershop 2 comes in second with $20M
Disney showed off 30 minutes of Finding Dory before screening Captain America: Civil War in its entirety for CinemaCon attendees.
Current box office champ The Boss squares off against The Jungle Book, Barbershop: The Next Cut and Criminal in theaters this weekend.
Disney's The Jungle Book is a true cinematic experience that will dazzle both children and adults alike.
The Jungle Book director Jon Favreau and writer Justin Marks are in talks to return for Disney's The Jungle Book 2.
Meet the exciting voice cast behind next weekend's The Jungle Book, which includes Bill Murray, Ben Kingsley, Idris Elba and more.
Bill Murray and Neel Sethi surprised the Jimmy Kimmel Live audience by singing The Bare Necessities from The Jungle Book.
The hypnotic Kaa shows the young man-cub Mowgli how he came to be all alone in the jungle in a new IMAX trailer for The Jungle Book.