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New Jumanji Movie Will Be a Sequel, Not a Remake

News Bot Aug 22, 2016

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    Dwayne Johnson is a busy man. With filming on Baywatch and Fast & Furious 8 now complete, Johnson is moving quickly onto Jumanji. However, the star has revealed that what was initially thought to be a remake of the much-loved '90s adventure fantasy will in fact be a sequel.
    [​IMG]Johnson took to Instagram to update fans on the movie, which begins production shortly. "In two weeks I'll reunite with ol' friends Kevin Hart and Jack Black and we have the honor to introduce a whole new generation to the amazing world of Jumanji," he wrote. "For the record we are NOT making a reboot, but rather a continuation of the awesome Jumanji story."
    The star first announced his involvement with the film back in April. "It's official. We'll produce and deliver to a whole new generation a title that I love and is one of my favs: There's games you play for fun...then there's games that change your life. Jumanji," he wrote on Instagram at the time.
    Jake Kasdan, the son of legendary Star Wars writer Lawrence Kasdan, is directing, and the film opens on July 28, 2017.
    The original 1995 Jumanji starred Robin Williams, Kirsten Dunst, and Bonnie Hunt. Williams' character became stuck in a board game as young boy before being set free (along with other creatures and characters) in the modern day. Lots of craziness ensues, including elephants charging down main street. The movie ended with the game still existing, setting up a potential sequel.


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