A sled dog struggles for survival in the wilds of the Yukon.
|哈里森·福特 (Harrison Ford)||饰||John Thornton|
|奥玛·希 (Omar Sy)||饰||Perrault|
|卡卡琪 (Cara Gee)||饰||Françoise|
|丹·史蒂文斯 (Dan Stevens)||饰||Hal|
|布莱德利·惠特福德 (Bradley Whitford)||饰||Judge Miller|
- 声音混合： DTS (DTS: X) | Dolby Surround 7.1 | Auro 11.1 | Dolby Digital | Dolby Atmos
- 纵横比：2.39 : 1
|出品公司||3 Arts Entertainment|
|TSG Entertainment (in association with)|
|Province of British Columbia Production Services Tax Credit (participation)|
|20th Century Studios|
|发行公司||Odeon Cineplex (2020) (Theatrical) (Romania)|
|Cinecolor Films (2020) (Theatrical) (Colombia)|
|Alexandra Films (2020) (Theatrical) (Bulgaria)|
|Manfer Films (2020) (Theatrical) (Bolivia)|
|首映票房（美国）||$24,791,624, 23 February 2020|
- The fully CGI model of Buck is a digital scan of Buckley, a real dog that director 克里斯·桑德斯' wife, Jessica Steele-Sanders, adopted as a family pet from an Emporia, Kansas animal shelter during production. Buckley is thought to be a cross between a St. Bernard and a Scotch shepherd (a medium-sized herding dog, similar to a rough collie or to the border collie and Australian shepherd descended from it), the same mixed breed as Buck in 杰克·伦敦's book (though in the book he is described as looking wolf-like, Buck was based on a mixed-breed dog named "Jack," owned by Jack London's friends Marshall Latham Bond and Louis Witford Bond). At the time, Buck's CG design in the movie was based more on a Bernese mountain dog at the request of one of the producers - but when the producers saw Buckley and learned that he was the same sort of mixed breed as the dog in the book (and the real-life dog upon which Buck was based), it was decided that Buck in the film would be a digital scan of Buckley. This is the first time in "The Call of the Wild"'s film adaptations that Buck has been portrayed as a mixed-breed dog rather than a purebred (he has also been portrayed as a full-blooded St. Bernard, a German shepherd, and a Leonberger).
- Buck is half St. Bernard (giving him size) and half Scotch shepherd (a medium-sized herding dog thought to be the ancestor of the Rough and Smooth Collie). He is described in the original novel as looking like a large wolf, rather than his mixed-breed look in the film. Additionally, none of the sled team look the way they do in the book. In the book, they are all Huskies - in the film, only Spitz is a Husky, and he is the wrong colour (black and white, as opposed to all-white as in the book).
- Each sled dog on Buck's team (besides Spitz) was given the personality of one of the dwarfs from the Disney classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937): Dolly is Bashful, Pike is Grumpy, Joe is Happy, Billy is Sleepy, Dave is Dopey, Dub is Sneezy, and Sol-Leks is Doc.