Jungle Cruise 2 is officially the move to Disney, with Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt returning to star in the sequel.
According to a report by THRJungle Cruise has made $100 million since its box office debut last month, so it’s no surprise that Disney is eager to make a sequel. He will return with Johnson and Blunt, director Jaume Collette Serra, screenwriter Michael Green and a number of producers.
Jungle Cruise is a movie based on the famous theme park ride at Disneyland and Disney World and looks like a roller coaster in our review of the fantasy adventure movie. “Rigan Rapids. Zombie conquerors. CG animals and a German boat. Oh, and let’s not forget Paul Giamatti with a mature Italian accent. There’s so much to enjoy on Disney’s Jungle Cruise – so much so that you have to lie down afterwards,” part of a 3/5 star rating.
Details of Jungle Cruise 2’s story are still classified, but with behind-the-scenes talent and a leading actress, it probably won’t deviate too far from the crowded, action-packed tone of the first movie. But who knows? Maybe Blunt’s character Lily Houghton will retire in the hills of New Hampshire to run a botany-style bed and breakfast, and we’ll have a black and white standalone sequel (kidding, please don’t expect that).
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