The game is busted in 'Jumanji' sequel

Brenda Watkins
July 2, 2019

Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, Karen Gillan and Welcome to the Jungle's teen cast will return for the sequel.

The first trailer is here for Jumanji: The Next Level and it features all our favorite characters from the first fantastic film, with the added fun of The Rock playing Danny Devito.

In 2017 we watched the super awesome reboot of the old classic film "Jumanji".

Jumanji: The Next Level stampedes into theaters December 13. I do have to commend Kevin Hart though, since he does a fantastic Danny Glover; I wonder if it could be amusing up until the end of the film.

That leads him to dig out the unsafe game, and from there Jumanji takes over, sucking the kids back in, along with two unprepared old men played by two Hollywood favorites.

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Jumanji: The Next Level comes to theaters this Christmas.

The much awaited trailer of the upcoming movie Jumanji: The Next Level (also known as Jumanji 3) has finally been released today.

Also returning for another go around are Jack Black, Karen Gillan, Rhys Darby, Madison Iseman, Morgan Turner, Nick Jonas, and Ser'Darius Blain. The first trailer has dropped for Jumanji 2 or 3, Depends How You Count, and I have to say, I do not thrill to this the way I did to the trailers for Welcome to the Jungle.

Just like in a real video game sequel, brand new enemies and locations can be expected with the trailer showing off arid deserts, snowy mountains, an ancient castle, and a giant Anaconda. Hence the forthcoming sequel, Jumanji: The Next Level, a new film dropping a little under two years since the last one burst onto our screens.

Jumanji: The Next Level is set for U.S. release on December 13. But it looks like director Jake Kasdan and writers Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner have cracked the code.

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