About Jungle Cruise
Well, Jungle Cruise, has Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Emily Blunt among the other star cast.
It is a movie by the Spanish director and producer Jaume Collet-Serra.
Before you even ask, yes, he is the same man who has directed Black Adam starring the same protagonist, Dwayne Johnson.
An action-comedy, Jungle Cruise undeniably gives you a “Jumanji” feel. It indeed is like that in a few parts.
Initially set to release in October 2020, the movie has now been postponed to mid-2021 and you obviously know why. *sigh*
What To Expect
Dwayne Johnson aka Frank is a riverboat captain and Emily Blunt aka Lily is a scientist who is looking out for a tree with supernatural remedies.
The other cast members include Andy Nyman as Sir James Hobb;
Sulem Calderon as Quila;
Jack Whitehall(Lily’s brother) as McGregor Houghton;
Simone Lockhart as Anna and
Raphael Alejandro as Zaqueu among others.
The movie is based on Disneyland’s theme park.
The riverboat takes a few passengers out on a ride and they all have to face dares as they dodge and fight with animals on the way but with a twisted mysticism in it.
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What About The Production
Of course with the pandemic having entered into our lives as calmly as a tornado, the perpetual release of the movie is paused, like every other one.
I mean, working on production, background, sound effects and everything associated with a movie or a TV series is dangerous now.
Because it requires plenty of people working in a particular location which cannot be risked at all at this time.
During an Instagram live video, Dwayne answered a few fan queries which included curiosities about his upcoming movies.
With a complacent mind, he satiated fans with details about Black Adam and Jungle Cruise.
The trailer of the upcoming movie has been a massive success and fans of the cast have hit a perpetual state of disbelief and denial.
Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson had confirmed the release date to be the 24th of July, 2020, but because of the ever-so-dangerous pandemic, that’s quite far from possible.