After the success of Jumanji: The Next Level at the box office, it is likely that the production of Jumanji 4 – or Jumanji 3 if you just consider the most recent movie – will begin soon.
The 2019 movie made $800 million globally, and we all assumed that there would be another sequel, especially considering that the last scenes of The Next Level set up a sequel that we’d want to watch. This led us to believe that there will be a sequel.
However, production on the fourth Jumanji movie has been moving at a snail’s pace, and there has been no noticeable advancement in our timeline. In August of 2021, the producer Hiram Garcia did confirm to everyone that there would be a subsequent installment; all we need to do now is be patient.
They believe that it is essential that they provide the fans something substantial and interesting while also building on the Jumanji plot in order to prevent people from becoming bored with what they have to offer. They claim that they are going to great lengths to research this topic and are collaborating closely with successful authors, as well as the director Jake Kasdan and Matt Tolmach, who is their producing partner on this project.
In the meantime, here is everything you need to know about Jumanji 4 or Jumanji 3, depending on whether you want to count the 1995 film among the franchise’s successes or failures; however, given that we consider the earlier film to be Robin Williams’ most accomplished work, we will not disregard it.
Jumanji 4 Release Date
We don’t know when the next Jumanji movie will come out or when it will be filmed as of right now. Welcome to the Jungle and The Next Level both came out in December (December 20, 2017 and December 13, 2019), and according to the digitalspy, since that worked well for them at the box office, we expect the next movie to come out around the same time.
Jake Kasdan will work with Dwayne Johnson on the Christmas movie Red One. After that, work on Jumanji 4 will start at some point. “It will happen after Red One, but that works out well because that’s when all of the actors are available,” Garcia said.
“As you might expect, Kevin is very busy with a lot of things, just like [Dwayne Johnson]. All the actors have a lot to do. So the timing will be perfect, but we have a great pitch for the movie we’re about to bring to the studio. We’re probably going to get a script written soon.
“Sometime after Red One, Jumanji will be ready to go, and we have big plans for that movie,” he said. Kevin Hart talked about how hard it is to make the next movie when everyone involved is busy in June 2021.
“There’s no reason for us to leave. “The timing is important,” he said. “We’ve all taken on other projects, so there’s no reason why we shouldn’t go back to this one when things slow down and our other commitments are out of the way.”
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
Regarding Jumanji 4, the directors have a lot to comment on. According to what they have heard, both Kevin and Dwayne Johnson have extremely busy schedules, which is to be expected. Although each of the performers has a lot on their plate, they have come up with an outstanding plan for the film that is sure to keep the interest of the audience alive. It is likely that the script for the film will be finished in the near future, and audiences can expect to see Jumanji in theaters some time after Red One, when the latter is finally ready to be released.
Kevin Hart expressed his concerns regarding the production of the next movie, which is scheduled for June 2021, stressing the fact that everyone involved is incredibly busy. “Leaving is not in the cards for us at all. “The issue at hand is one of timing,” he explained. They have all committed to other initiatives, so we believe that after things have calmed down for them and they have fulfilled their duties, they will undoubtedly investigate more opportunities since there is no reason for them not to do so. We can only hold out hope that they won’t drag this process out for too long.
Jumanji 4 Trailer
Given that filming on the fourth installment of the Jumanji franchise has not yet commenced, it is reasonable to assume that it will be some time before a trailer for the film is made available. To add insult to injury, there has been no official announcement made. In addition to the original Jumanji and Jumanji: The Next Level, the sequel, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, is now available to stream on Netflix. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle may be purchased through Amazon. You can watch them while you wait for the next installment of Jumanji.
In a nod to the conclusion of The Next Level, the first part of the sequel comes to a close with the virtual world of Jumanji merging with the actual world, much as it did in the film that came out in 1995.
This indicates that a sequel will very probably see Spencer and company striving to remedy the problem, and we believe that the answer will require them returning to the Jumanji game world in order to facilitate the homecoming of Dr. Smolder Bravestone and the other adventures.
Jumanji 4 Cast
We are familiar with the names Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart, and Jack Black, and they have all been an essential part of the success of the new movies; thus, it would come as a surprise to us if they did not reprise their most well-known roles in the Jumanji franchise.
They might not play as major of a role in the sequel due to the finale of The Next Level (more on that later), but it’s hard to envision their being a sequel that doesn’t include them in some capacity.
Although we believe that they will have a difficult time convincing the original cast members to come back, we believe that it will be well worth their effort to do so. “I have no doubt that they will construct one, but I do not know the manner in which they will do so. However, I have high hopes that they will make another one of these because they are a lot of fun. In July of 2021, Gillan reported her findings to Collider.
They will be joined in their role as the unfortunate players by Alex Wolff, Madison Iseman, Ser’Darius Blain, and Morgan Turner, and it is possible that Danny DeVito will reprise his role as Eddie, Spencer Wolff’s grandfather, in a future installment.
At the conclusion of The Next Level, Danny Glover makes the decision to stay in the game but not as Eddie’s friend Milo. Instead, he will play the role of Cyclone, the flying horse.
Nick Jonas and Awkwafina, who played Jefferson “Seaplane” McDonough and Ming Fleetfoot, respectively, in Jumanji, are also slated to reprise their roles in the sequel, as is Colin Hanks, who played Alex Vreeke in the original.