Jumanji’s franchise is back again with another sequel in the making. The last made film Jumanji: The Next Level grossed $800.1 million, leading that a new part would be made.
Director Jake Kasdan has confirmed that Jumanji 4 is in the early phases of its filming. He said, “We were already into the discussion before this worldwide pandemic started and we’ll re-engage it as before long as everybody’s settled.”
He went on to say he needs the plot for Jumanji 4 to be “energizing on its possess two feet in a way that’s comparable to what the primary two were for me,” before emphasizing he and his group are still within “the most punctual days of attempting to figure out what that would be.”
Jumanji 4: Release Date
As of now, there is no official date for the release, but given the dates of previous releases i.e December 2019. We can expect Jumanji 4 to premiere by the end of next year i.e December 2022.
Jumanji: The Next Level, viewers were left with some unanswered questions about the way time functions inside of the video game console. So that might be answered in this next film.
Who is Coming Back (Cast)?
At the end of Jumanji 3, we saw the young characters played by Alex Wolff, Madison Iseman, Ser’Darius Blain, and Morgan Turner getting back to normal, so there are chances that the older versions of them might have less or no screen time at all. But these are just guesses, we could hope that we see Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart, and Jack Black return to play their roles. An antagonist character might be introduced too in the next part.
The storyline is still hazy but we are able to say still expect Jumanji 4 will go in a modern imaginative course based on its set up mythos. Executive Jake Kasdan and Dwayne Johnson have both prodded that Jumanji 4 could uncover who is playing the avatar Jurgen within the real world. Although Dwayne’s The Rock dates are already preoccupied with his upcoming film ‘Black Adam’ but it’s extremely unlikely that Sony would drop him from the cast of Jumanji 4, as he the core part of the film.
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