Jumanji 4 Updates: Despite some doubt about the release of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, 22 years after the release of the beloved classic, the new replay proved to be an thrilling video game spin on the game. a panel featuring an outstanding cast including Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, Nick Jonas, Madison Iseman, and Karen Gillan.
Welcome to the Jungle grossed over $960 million worldwide, essentially making another sequel an absolute necessity. That sequel, 2019’s The Next Level, marked another great film for the franchise and also brought in a powerful load of money to the bank which is a grand total of $800 million at the global box office.
When something like that happens, you absolutely must bring in another movie, right? One would think that it’s going to certainly occur soon, but Sony doesn’t appear to be making any plans with Jumanji 4 at the moment.
While on Collider Ladies Night in celebration of Netflix’s upcoming release Gunpowder Milkshake, Karen Gillan extended a status update on the upcoming Jumanji movie:
“I in fact do not know anything about what’s next. Nobody talked to me, so I suppose I do not know. But I hope they do another one because it is quite a lot of fun.”
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Even although Jumanji 4 is not in the near future for Gillan, it is pretty filled with quite a lot of other stuff. It would make sense to assume that their tightly packed schedules must clear up a bit before they put Jumanji back on the go. Additionally, considering how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted production schedules across the film industry, one can even assume that it may have something to do with changing more -mode on sequels of very popular movies.
However, we should not lose hope when we see another Jumanji film down the line, and considering where that third film left off, a new installment is seeping with creative potential.
In case you need a little refresher, Jumanji: The Next Level it ends with Spencer’s mother, played by Marin Hinkle, the repairman, played by Lamorne Morris, coming home. While in the basement, this repairman spots the historical game board moving towards him and plans to see what it’s, and then we cut to ostriches running down the street near Nora’s cafe.
So while Welcome to the Jungle and The Next Level sucked Spencer played by Alex Wolff and his friends in the game, it looks like the next movie could take a cue from the 1995 original and bring out the game’s characters in the real world.
If you are excited to hear more from Gillan on Gunpowder Milkshake, her run in the MCU as Nebula, and more, stay tuned.