VAN NUYS, Calif.

— Kevin Bacon is ready to give you a behind-the-scenes look at his new movie “Jungle Books,” in which he plays a kid in an imaginary jungle who is trying to help his older brother overcome the struggles of a heroin addict.

The film will open in theaters on Nov. 16, 2019, and has been in the works for a while, Bacon told TheWrap, noting that it is not a sequel to his 2016 film “The Jungle Book,” which had been the subject of speculation for months.

Bacon and his cast and crew are shooting in Australia and New Zealand for the movie, which has been set up in his own name, Bacon said.

The first film, released last year, was a smash hit, earning more than $600 million worldwide.

Bacon has said he wants to make a new movie every year for a decade.

He added that the first Jungle Book was a “complete shock,” and that it took him months to get the script together.

“It was kind of a shock to see myself in the movie,” Bacon said of the new one.

“I don’t know how anyone could have been so wrong about me.”

He said the movie will follow the adventures of a kid named Kiki (Anna Gunn), who is an orphan living in a remote region of the Amazon rainforest.

He is trying his best to help her, but is struggling to come up with a way to cope with the stress of being an orphan.

It’s also the story of a boy named Bambi (Tobias Menzies), who has been adopted by an American couple who raise him as their own, and who eventually tries to bring them back home to the U.S. He tries to help Kiki and Bambis parents, but ends up getting caught in the middle of a family war between the family and a former drug lord.

There are a lot of characters in the film, and there are so many layers to the story, Bacon explained.

As for the role of Kiki, Bacon will be playing the character of a younger, more “grown up” Kiki who is “looking for her roots.”

Bakemon is an actor best known for his role as Dr. Frankenstein on NBC’s hit show “Frankenstein,” but he said he’s “willing to work on anything” when he can.

I’m interested in doing anything,” Bacon added.

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