Sony Pictures is ready to begin creating a sequel to its highest-grossing movie, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. This announcement was made by the leading actor Dwayne Johnson on his official Instagram page.
"Well, now it's official. Last night you made Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Sony's highest grossing movie. Highest grossing! The previous record was held by Spider-Man. As you know, my goal is to give viewers what they want and make you happy. I have already started work on the sequel, so say goodbye to the character of Kevin Hart. Love you all. Thank you very much. ", - he wrote.
The sequel will be directed by the creator of the first movie, Jake Kasdan. Jeff Pinkner, Scott Rosenberg will prepare the script.
Recall that, in addition to Johnson, "Jumanji" also starred Karen Gillan, Missy Pyle, Jack Black, Bobby Cannavale, Kevin Hart, Reese Darby, Tim Matheson, Nick Jonas, Sylvia Jeffries and other actors. With a production budget of $ 90 million, the movie grossed more than $ 950 million worldwide. Subsequently, the movie was awarded a number of prestigious awards, including Kids ’ Choice Awards 2018.
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