Starring Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, Karen Gillan and Nick Jonas in its main roles, the Jumanji franchise will return this winter with upcoming film Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle. This week, Sony have revealed a brand new video for the movie, exhibiting the evolution of Jumanji, from the unique movie all the best way as much as this 12 months’s addition. Test it out beneath:
This time spherical, the tables will likely be turned for the youngsters who uncover a online game model of Jumanji. As a substitute of bringing all the pieces the jungle has to supply into their very own world, the 4 teenagers are warped into Jumanji’s world, compelled to tackle the roles of their online game avatars and tackle the challenges that lie round each nook.
Shortly discovering that the sport performs these concerned reasonably than being performed by the avid gamers, they grow to be embroiled in one of the vital harmful adventures of their lives, and should combat for his or her actual lives or face being caught within the sport without end.
Written by the co-writers behind Spider-Man: Homecoming, Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, in addition to Jeff Pinkner and Scott Rosenberg, the film takes place various years after the unique, however luckily it appears like long-time followers will likely be gifted with a connection to the unique movie.
Jake Kasdan serves as director on the film, with the likes of Bobby Cannavale, Missi Pyle, Rhys Darby, Maribeth Monroe, Madison Iseman and Alex Wolff all additionally starring. Dwayne Johnson can be a producer on the movie and mentioned of his involvement in a chat with Display screen Rant: “When it got here to me it was simply actually the chance to inform an incredible story. Hopefully we inform an incredible story. It was the chance to take one thing [that] was beloved, that I liked, that me and my household liked years in the past, by the best way. So it was that. It was the chance to inform a beloved story to a complete new viewers.”
Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle hits cinemas throughout the UK on December 20, 2017.