The Call of the Wild

Special-effects-heavy live action adaptation of the Jack London classic of the same name about a dog that has to struggle through the wild nature of Canada.
North America at the end of the 19th century: St. Bernard mix Buck actually leads a peaceful life in California. But his life circumstances change dramatically when he is kidnapped and sold to Canadian goods traders. How will Buck do in the turmoil of the gold rush, and especially in the Canadian wilderness? Can the domesticated animal assert itself against its wild counterparts?
On his travels, the large St Bernard mix meets gold hunter John Thornton (Harrison Ford) with whom he from now on discovers the wild undergrowth. Thornton knows how dangerous the wilderness can be and that the Buck will not survive without help.
The adventure film “Call of the Wild” is based on the novel of the same name by the American writer Jack London *, whose work was published over a century ago. In 1935 there was a first film adaptation, at that time still with Clarke Gable in the leading role. 85 years later, cinema viewers can expect a new film adaptation that comes as a live action movie with the latest special effects technology.
Originally, the adventure film was supposed to hit the cinemas at the end of 2019, but the start was postponed for almost two months. “Call of the Wild” will start on February 20, 2020 in German cinemas. The age recommendation of the FSK is from 6 years.
In 2017, 20th Century Fox announced that it wanted to adapt the literature template. Chris Sanders, who was already involved in major Disney classics and animation hits such as “Mulan”, “Lilo & Stich” and most recently “How to Train Your Dragon 3: The Secret World” could be won for the director’s post. The script is written by Michael Green, who has already proven his skills with the work for the scripts of “Logan – The Wolverine” and “Blade Runner 2049”.
The cast of the live-action adventure is also impressive: Harrison Ford (“Blade Runner 2049”) can be seen as John Thornton, as well as Hollywood stars Karen Gillan (“Avengers: Endgame”), Omar Sy (“Suddenly Papa ”) and Dan Stevens (“ Beauty and the Beast ”). Buckley, a rescue dog rescued by Chris Sander’s wife, was available as a model for the CGI-born Buck dog. Just like in the book template, Buckley is a mixture of St. Bernard and Collie and therefore the ideal role model for the film.

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