A Jungle Cruise Sequel Is Officially In The Works, Dwayne Johnson & Emily Blunt Will Reprise Their Roles

A Jungle Cruise Sequel

Disney’s Jungle Cruise breaking the $100 million milestones at the domestic box office over the weekend, the company is planning a sequel, with Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt set to reprise their roles. Jaume Collet-Serra has signed on to return as director, while Michael Green has returned to write the script.

A Jungle Cruise Sequel

Jungle Cruise is based on the theme park rides at Disneyland and Disney World, the picture appeared to have a long road ahead of it to achieve the $100 million mark after debuting at $35 million in the American box office, a mark that only four other films had reached since the ban was lifted (F9, A Quiet Place Part 2, Black Widow, Godzilla v. Kong). Despite the Delta version generating an increase in Covid-19 instances across the country and the film being available for purchase on Disney+ Premier for home watching, the picture has shown some legs in recent weeks, with its dips not being as dramatic as other films.


After the opening weekend, Johnson hinted on social media that a meeting to explore a sequel was on the cards. This comes on the heels of the revelation that Disney had reached an agreement with Emma Stone to return for a Cruella sequel, despite the fact that the first picture grossed less than Jungle Cruise in the domestic box office, indicating that the studio sees promise in these characters in the future.

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