Jumanji has become one of Sony Pictures’ most profitable brands behind Spider-Man, so a fourth picture seems like a no-brainer following the success of the previous two.
Ruby Roundhouse actress Karen Gillan told Collider that “nobody has talked to me” and that she “doesn’t know anything” about a sequel over two years after the critical and financial triumph of 2019’s Jumanji: The Next
Level.Because The Next Level was released only two years after Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle in 2017, the news may seem scary, but it doesn’t imply a fourth Jumanji movie won’t be made.
The epidemic and the hectic schedules of the film’s actors may have hindered production, as previously stated by Seven Bucks Production CEO Hiram Garcia.
Jumanji: The Next Level’s post-credits sequence certainly hinted to an exciting sequel that would shake things up a little from its predecessors.
Everything we know about Jumanji 4 so far suggests that we won’t have to wait as long as we did for Alan Parrish in the first film.
the Jumanji 4 release date
As of now, we don’t know when or where the next Jumanji movie will be filmed, nor do we know how long it will be.
While we don’t know for sure whether there will be a third film in the series, we do believe that it will be released in july 2022
Jake Kasdan and Dwayne Johnson are working on a movie called “Red One” over the holidays. After that, there will be a Jumanji 4 movie.
It will happen after Red One, but it works out wonderfully with the actors already scheduled,” says Garcia.
Jumanji 4’s cast has yet to be announced.
A new character or guest actor has yet to be confirmed for the upcoming fourth Jumanji film since no agreements have been reached.
Even if just for story purposes, it’s quite probable that Professor Sheldon Oberon, Dr. Xander “Smolder” Bravestone, Franklin “Mouse” Finbar, and Ruby Roundhouse will all return as their video game avatars.
Ming Fleetfoot, played by Awkwafina, is also expected to return. As Seaplane McDonough (and Alex, the game avatar’s user), Nick Jonas might return. It’s conceivable that the four youngsters who take on the avatars’ bodies in the previous two films — Alex Wolff (Spencer Gilpin), Ser’Darius Blain (Anthony “Fridge” Johnson), Morgan Turner (Martha Kaply), and Madison Iseman (Bethany Walker) — will return in a third picture.
The storyline of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle 4
Spencer’s mother (Marin Hinkle) and a heating mechanic were dragged into the game when some of the game’s animals were released into the real world at the conclusion of Jumanji: The Next Level.
To avoid re-entering the virtual jungle, this suggests that instead of watching the kids dragged in, the jungle would come to them – witnessing the teens battle exotic creatures in present-day America, much like the original Jumanji. Although this has not been proven, there is space for avatars to have departed the game.
Jurgen the Brutal, the antagonist from The Next Level, has been teased by both director Kasdan and Dwayne Johnson as a possible avatar in the sequel.
Jumanji Next Level
Jake Kasdan and Jeff Pinkner and Scott Rosenberg collaborated on the screenplay for Jake Kasdan’s 2019 fantasy adventure comedy, Jumanji: The Next Level. For those who haven’t seen it yet, it’s the second follow-up to 1995’s Jumanji and the fourth installment to hit theatres under the Jumanji banner.
A number of actors from the first film return for this sequel, including Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, Nick Jonas, and Alex Wolff, as well as newcomers like Morgan Turner, Ser’Darius Blain, and Madison Iseman. It is two years after Welcome to the Jungle when the same group of adolescents, along with an old acquaintance and two unknowing newcomers, are stuck in Jumanji once more. They all face new obstacles and new avatars while trying to defend the land from a new adversary in the same location.
Filming took place in 2019 between January 21 and May 11 in several locales, with many cast members returning to reprise their roles from their prior performances in the first film.
Sony Pictures Releasing’s Columbia Pictures label released Jumanji: The Next Level in theatres on December 13th, 2019, in the United States. In spite of a $125–132 million budget, the picture raked in $800 million worldwide, making it the tenth best earning film of 2019. There is a sequel in the works at the moment.
Trailer of Jumanji 4