While he has a loving adopted family and the attentions of Shanti (Mae Whitman), the young girl who first lured him away from the vulnerabilities of the wild, he misses his animal friends.
As he becomes accustomed to the safety of the rural dwellings, the dangers of foes like Shere Khan (Tony Jay) are becoming mere memories – less serious and certainly more exciting.
Disney seems feel fairly confident in the upcoming adaptation of , because The Wrap has just reported that the studio currently has a sequel in development.
Although not many details have come forward in terms of the plot and overall direction of the potential sequel – which makes sense, considering the first film hasn’t even hit theaters yet – it seems that Disney has their eye on Jon Favreau to once again take Mowgli on a life changing adventure. Between it’s all star cast – which includes Bill Murray, Idris Elba, Christopher Walken, and Scarlett Johansson – and its obvious mass appeal, the film has potential to absolutely dominate this year's early summer box office.
A year later she was cast in her first feature film, “When a Man Loves a Woman,” starring Meg Ryan and Andy Garcia, followed by the comedy “Bye Bye Love,” with Randy Quaid, Paul Reiser, and Amy Brenneman.