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Dwayne's "The Rock" Johnson gave a first glimpse of the cast of the upcoming sequel to Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle whose release was scheduled for December 2019.
In an Instagram post, Johnson informed fans that her "favorite band is back" – and that "things may not be as they seem" the photo that portrays her roles as video game characters Franklin Finbar, Ruby Roundhouse, Professor Oberon and dr. Bravestone represents. As in 19459010: Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle (which itself was a sequel to the 1995 classic), each of these characters is an avatar for a teenager playing the game in real life.
Nick Jonas will also return as Jefferson's "Seaplane" McDonaugh, another avatar for one of the teenage characters. New additions include film legend Danny DeVito and Danny Glover, and actress Awkwafina, who emerges from her breakout roles in the  Crazy Rich Asians and Ocean's .
When a sequel to Jumanji was announced for the first time, fans were skeptical that the magic of the original could be fully recaptured two decades later. Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle in which the action was transferred from a board game to a video game, was a blockbuster. US $ 962 million has been recorded worldwide, the 2002 Spider-Man was surpassed as the most successful film by Sony Pictures and received positive reviews for its eye-catching action and charming cast.
A successor of Welcome To The Jungle was announced in January 2018 under the direction of Jake Kasdan. The following April saw shooting in Hawaii. The not yet named Threequel is currently scheduled for December 13th.