Jungle Cruise – Official Final Trailer

‘Jungle Cruise’ trailer takes Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt on a wild ride

“Jungle Cruise,” based off of the popular Disney ride, is set to hit theaters and streaming on July 30.

‘Jungle Cruise’ trailer takes Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt on a wild ride

Remember the Jungle Cruise ride in Disney World, where you get on a rickety looking boat and head down a faux Amazon River and spot hippos, crocodiles and more? Well Disney’s Jungle Cruise movie is ramping things up a bit from the ride that inspired it.

A new Jungle Cruise trailer has just been released, showing Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt heading down river in search of a legendary tree that is said to have incredible healing powers. Of course, in addition to the indigenous people, waterfalls, dangerous animals and enemy adventurers, there is likely a curse protecting the tree as well.

Joining Johnson and Blunt on the adventure are Jack Whitehall, Jesse Plemmons, Edgar Ramirez, Sulem Calderon and Paul Giamatti. Juame Collet-Sera (Run All Night, The Shallows) is directing.

Disney is probably hoping that it can have similar success with Jungle Cruise like it did with another adaptation of one of its popular attractions, The Pirates of the Caribbean. With Johnny Depp’s Jack Sparrow leading the way, an entire franchise was launched from a 10 minute boat ride looking at animatronic pirates.

Jungle Cruise was originally slated for a 2020 summer release, but of course that didn’t happen. Now, the studio is planning a theatrical release as well as offering Jungle Cruise to Disney Plus subscribers at home for $30 on July 30 via Disney Plus Premier Access. It’s the same strategy the studio is using for Cruella, which opens May 28, as well as Black Widow on July 9. Time will tell how this release strategy pans out for the Mouse House.

Watch the trailer below.

Disney Plus has taken the streaming world by storm since its release in the fall of 2019 thanks to hit series like The Mandalorian, WandaVision and Falcon and the Winter Soldier. It also gives subscribers access to a library of classic movies and shows from Disney, the Star Wars universe, the Marvel Cinematic Universe and 20th Century Fox.

The Disney Plus price is $7.99 per month or $79.99 for the full year. Disney also offers a bundled service that includes Disney Plus, ESPN Plus and Hulu for $13.99 per month. 

Jungle Cruise

This article is about the upcoming 2021 film. For the Disney Parks ride of the same name, see Jungle Cruise. Jungle Cruise is an upcoming film based on the ride of the same name starring Dwayne Johnson who will also be a producer. The film will also be coproduced by John Davis and John Fox of…

Jungle Cruise

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This article is about the upcoming 2021 film. For the Disney Parks ride of the same name, see Jungle Cruise.

Jungle Cruise

Jungle Cruise Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra Produced by John DavisJohn FoxBeau FlynnDwayne JohnsonDany GarciaHiram Garcia Written by Michael Green (Screenplay)Glenn Ficarra (Story and Screenplay)John Requa (Story and Screenplay) Starring Dwayne JohnsonEmily BluntJack WhitehallÉdgar RamírezJesse PlemonsPaul Giamatti Music by James Newton Howard Cinematography by Flavio Martínez Labiano Editor(s) Joel Negron Studio(s) Walt Disney PicturesDavis EntertainmentSeven Bucks ProductionsFlynn Picture CompanyTSG Entertainment Distributor Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Released July 30, 2021 Language English External links Official website IMDb page SourceJungle Cruise is an upcoming film based on the ride of the same name starring Dwayne Johnson who will also be a producer.

The film will also be coproduced by John Davis and John Fox of Davis Entertainment, Beau Flynn of FlynnPictureCo., and Dany and Hiram Garcia of Seven Bucks Productions.[1] John Requa and Glenn Ficarra will pen the script.[2]

The film was initially announced to be released on October 11, 2019, but was been pushed back to July 24, 2020[3], only for the COVID-19 pandemic to cause it to be pushed back again to July 30, 2021.[4]

A tramp steamer captain named Frank Wolff[5] takes a pair of scientist siblings down the Amazon River in search of the Black Orchid, a flower with miraculous healing properties, while evading German mercenaries.[6]

Dwayne Johnson commandeering a Jungle Cruise boat at the Magic Kingdom for «research»

A Jungle Cruise movie has been in the works at Disney since at least 2006. A previous attempt that was originally intended for a 2007 release would have featured Tom Hanks and Tim Allen in starring roles as a Skipper and a frustrated passenger going down river to search for a miraculous cure in a story described as a more comical take on Heart of Darkness. This version was still being tossed around as late as 2011, but ended up never materializing.[7]

On August 19, 2015, it was confirmed a new version of the project was moving forward with Dwayne Johnson set to star.[8] On April 7, 2017, Johnson announced he would also be producing.[8]

On July 31, 2017 it was confirmed that Jaume Collet-Serra will direct the film.[9] They have also been confirmed to be working off on a script written by J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay.[10]

On January 30, 2018, Emily Blunt was announced to sign on to the project and that Michael Green was hired to rework the script.[11] On March 26, 2018, English comedian Jack Whitehall was cast as the scientist’s brother.[12] On April 19, 2018, Édgar Ramírez and Matt Damon had signed on to the project as the film’s villains.[12]

On May 14, 2018 filming began on Hawaii and sends a video to show the set sneak peek

On September 14, 2018 filming has officially wrapped.

In December 2018, it was reported that actor Jack Whitehall’s character would be homosexual and would have a coming out scene in the film with Dwayne Johnson. There was some backlash over the report, with a few expressing outrage over a straight actor being cast as a «camp» gay character.


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Jungle Cruise Trailer

Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt gear up for action and adventure in the latest Jungle Cruise trailer.

Jungle Cruise Trailer

Posted on Tuesday, March 10th, 2020 by Chris Evangelista

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It’s time yet again for Disney to turn one of their theme park rides into a big blockbuster. Jungle Cruise follows in the footsteps of the successful Pirates of the Caribbean series, taking the Jungle Cruise ride and adapting it into an action-packed, effects-filled adventure with some charismatic leads. Those leads are Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, who play a reluctantly paired duo searching for the Tree of Life. Watch the latest Jungle Cruise trailer below.

Jungle Cruise has a lot going for it. It looks like the time of charming, old school adventure flick that can draw a crowd. It has two very likable leads – Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt. And it’s directed by Jaume Collet-Serra, who specializes in trashy-yet-stylish movies like The Shallows and Orphan. We can only hope all of those elements come together here to result in a film worth checking out. I’m a big fan of Collet-Serra’s work, so his involvement alone has me curious. I never imagined him making a big Disney movie, but here we are!

Based on the Disneyland theme park ride, Jungle Cruise “is an adventure-filled, Amazon-jungle expedition starring Dwayne Johnson as the charismatic riverboat captain and Emily Blunt as a determined explorer on a research mission.” The film is set during the early 20th century, and in the story, “a riverboat captain named Frank takes a scientist and her brother on a mission into a jungle to find the Tree of Life which is believed to possess healing powers. All the while, the trio must fight against dangerous wild animals and a competing German expedition.”

In addition to Johnson and Blunt, Jungle Cruise features Edgar Ramirez, Jack Whitehall, Jesse Plemons, and Paul Giamatti. The screenplay comes via Michael Green, Glenn Ficarra, John Requa, J. D. Payne, and Patrick McKay – and having multiple screenwriters on a project like this isn’t always a great sign. Still, I have my fingers crossed. And the movie sure looks fun.

Jungle Cruise opens July 24, 2020.

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