For years, Andy Serkis has been directing his own spin on The Jungle Book, a mature adaptation featuring motion capture technology. But after Disney released their live action version of the story in 2016, Serkis' vision, later re-titled as Mowgli, was put on hold. Warner Bros. initially planned to release the film in theaters on October 19th, but now Deadline reports that Netflix has snapped up distribution rights for Mowgli. It'll be available on the streaming service, together with some sort of 3D theatrical run, in 2019. According to Deadline, it could be the largest acquisition Netflix has made so far for a finished film.