With the Jumanji fever taking over the world, we are also coming across some hilarious yet delightful banter between BFFs Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart. The entire team of Jumanji: The Next Level is currently neck-deep into the film’s promotions and premieres that have been happening across various countries. After Paris, the team next headed to Germany and it included some tequila shots, The Rock and Hart trolling each other and a lot of fun, of course. Taking to his Instagram, the former wrestler shared a clip from the same and it’s sure to leave you into splits.
The video begins with the cast of Jumanji: The Next Level receiving a warm welcome by their German fans and The Rocking sipping down tequila shot on the red carpet. Well, he did it during the film’s previous premiere too, must be some good luck ritual. Now, coming to the funniest part, it happened when the cast took over the stage. The host asked Kevin Hart about the best part about working in Jumanji, to which the comedian said that it was reuniting with all the old actors, producers and the director. He then took everyone’s name except for that of Dwayne Johnson, who was expecting him to do so. Well, this left the entire auditorium into splits.
Further, it was Dwayne’s turn of taking revenge. He revealed that he got so much joy in killing Kevin Hart in the film, to which everyone clapped and Hart was like, “You guys shouldn’t be clapping, this isn’t funny.” LOL!
Check it out:
For the day, The Rock looked dapper in a black jacket that he wore with a tee and grey pants. Hart, on the other hand, looked charismatic in blue. (ALSO READ - Jumanji The Next Level Premiere: Who Wore The Black Turtle Neck better? 1994's The Rock Or 2019's Dwayne Johnson)
Take a look at their pictures and videos from the event:
Meanwhile, Jumanji: The Next Level is slated to release on December 10, 2019.
image source: instagram/therock
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