“I’m a guy who can take down anything with a boomerang — jungle-style,” he says, by way of an introduction.
In the trailer, soundtrack provided by Guns and Roses’ “Welcome to the Jungle,” a group of kids get sucked into a video game, and become adult versions of themselves.
The twist: They all chose the wrong characters for their personalities and, boy, the popular girl is not happy to be in the body of Jack Black.
The original Jumanji, starring the late Robin Williams, did big business for Sony’s TriStar Pictures in 1995, grossing $262 million worldwide. That movie found two children playing the Jumanji board game, unwittingly releasing Williams’ Alan Parrish, who had been trapped in the game for years.
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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is scheduled to premiere on December 22nd, 2017.