With the roar of success in 2019, Jumanji made it to a blockbuster. With Jumanji: Welcome to Jungle in 2017 and Jumanji: The Next Level in 2019 followed a route of success. Jumanji 4 is not officially approved by all sign points that Jumanji 4 is ready to hit the box office once again. Sony Pictures is also keen to keep the franchise continuing.
The original Jumanji was directed in 1995 by Joe Johnstone starring Robin William playing the character of Alan Parrish, he discovered that a strange board game took him to the jungle. Jumanji: Welcome to Jungle converted board game to a video game. With a few teenagers stuck in the game. The series continued in Jumanji: The Next Level. We hope to see the continuation in Jumanji 4.
Jumanji Part 4 Release date
Jumanji: The Next Level scored an impressive $60 million in its opening week. At this time a sequel seems to be a must for producers.
According to the working style, every two consecutive years, a new movie released. Jumanji: Welcome to Jungle and Jumanji: The Next Level released in mid-December of 2017 and 2019 respectively. If SONY prioritizes Jumanji 4 then we will be able to see the movie by the end of 2021. The most important thing for them is to check availability of the cast as Dwayne Johnson who is busy with Black Adam is set to release in December 2021.
If the situation goes well then, we might get to see the Jumanji 4 trailer by June 2021.
Expected Cast of Jumanji 4
As previously mentioned, Dwayne Johnson is busy with Black Adam, it is extremely unlike SONY that they drop a character out of the movie. Where Johnson is one of those rare stars in Hollywood who promises a blockbuster movie. The core cast will be Karen Gillan, Jack Black, and Kevin Hart.
We can also expect Madison Iseman as Bethany, Morgan Turner as Martha, Alex Wolff as Spencer, and Ser’Darius Blain as Fridge. Nick Jonas’ Seaplane McDonough (and his real-world counterpart, Colin Hanks’ Alex).