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‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ sequel coming December 2019

/ 06:44 PM April 24, 2018

Image: Facebook/@Jumanji

Sony revealed that a “Jumanji” sequel has been scheduled for the 2019 holiday season.

Sony’s presentation at CinemaCon 2018 in Caesar’s Palace Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, confirmed that Dwayne Johnson and the gang of “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” will be back in time for Christmas.

Sony Motion Pictures chairman Tom Rothman also acknowledged the movie will be going up against stiff competition, with “Star Wars: Episode IX” also making its debut in the same month, reports Variety.


CinemaCon also tweeted about the announcement.

Image:Twitter/@ CinemaCon

Johnson first hinted at a sequel through an Instagram video he posted on April 12, to thank fans for making “Jumanji” Sony’s highest-earning movie to date. The film has already earned almost $1 billion internationally, as of this writing.

“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” is a sequel to the 1995 film “Jumanji” starring Robin Williams. The new film casts Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart and Karen Gillan who enter the world of Jumanji after it transforms from a boardgame to a videogame. The gang goes through an adventure in a real jungle filled with various dangers, in a quest to beat the game. Alfred Bayle/JB


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