It's raining all the recently-released movies on all the OTT platforms and what better time than the Coronavirus lockdown to binge-watch them all? Well, next on the list is Dwayne Johnson AKA The Rock and Kevin Hart starrer Jumanji: The Next Level, a sequel to the popular Jumanji franchise in Hollywood. Well, the film had released in December last year and opened to a great response. From its intriguing storyline and hilarious punches to all the spectacular performances; Jumanji: The Next Level was among one of the most entertaining films of 2019. Well, now, it's all set to premiere on Amazon Prime on May 10, 2020.
Other than Dwayne and Kevin, the film boasted of an incredible star cast like Black, Karen Gillan, Awkwafina and Nick Jonas among many others. Well, all the Amazon Prime members will be able to watch Jumanji: The Next Level anywhere and anytime on its app for smart TVs, mobile devices, Fire TV, Fire TV stick, Fire tablets, Apple TV, etc. In an interview with ET, Johnson and Hart had opened up on their delightful experiences of working in the film. Dwayne had said, "I've had the greatest time. Truly. The most joyful time with Kevin and the cast, traveling," Johnson shared. "It helps we made a great movie, you know, and my guy here, the times we've had. The interviews…. [it's been] epic. Everything's been epic."
To which, his BFF Kevin had added, "At the end of the day, you're promoting something that you're proud of, that you're happy about, and we both understand how fortunate we are to be in this particular franchise. To be able to discuss it. It's been one for the record books."
In other news, Jake Kasdan, who had helmed the earlier two franchises of Jumanji, confirmed that its fourth part is indeed in the pipeline and the makers will start working on it once the COVID-19 outburst is over. Now, that's another exciting news!
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