The Pulse of Entertainment: The Call of the Wild, a Heart-Warming and Tear-Jerking Adaptation
(February 21, 2020) - Based on a
novel by Jack London, The Call of the
Wild film is about a happy-go-lucky dog
stolen from his Los Angeles home and sold to a mail-carrier for a dog-sled in Alaska and it arrives in theatres February 21,
2020. The 20th Century Studios presentation is a heart-warming and tear-jerking adaptation. Rated PG, it stars an animated
dog named Buck, Academy Award winning Harrison Ford (Star Wars), and Omar Sy (X-Men: Days of Fury). Both of their destinies
have them taken care of by Buck and they in turn, take care of Buck. Buck, a house dog, is forced to survive in the wild.
The Call of the Wild is the third film distributed by 20th
Century Studios. After the acquisition of Fox by Disney, the 20th Century brand name changed to 20th Century Studios. The
Call of the Wild is an epic tale and is a 3 Art Entertainment production. The adventure film used computer graphics to make
Buck as real as I've seen animation since the latest adaptation of The Lion's King. The climax of the film is the struggles
of house pet Buck surviving in the wild as a sled-dog with no training, while finding his natural instinct in order to endure
and take his place as leader of a pack.
Directed by Chris Sanders, The Call of the Wild also stars Dan Stevens
("Downtown Abbey") as a heartless elite with gold-fever; three-time Emmy nominated Bradley Whitford ("The West
Wing") as Judge Miller the original owner of Buck who spoiled him; Colen Woodell (The Originals) as an elite on the hunt
for gold in the wild; Cara Gee (The Expanse) as a socialite on the hunt for gold in the wild; Karen Gillan (Doctor Who), and
Scott MacDonald (Star Trek: Enterprise). www.Family.FoxMovies.com/movies/the-call-of-the-wild
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