Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle  



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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017)

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The tables are turned as four teenagers are sucked into Jumanji's world - pitted against rhinos, black mambas and an endless variety of jungle traps and puzzles. To survive, they'll play as characters from the game.

Director: Jake Kasdan
Writers: Chris McKenna, Erik Sommers, Scott Rosenberg, Jeff Pinkner.

Release Date: 2017-12-09
Status: Released
Run time: 119 min / 1:59
Budget: $90,000,000
Revenue: $886,663,258
Production Companies : Radar Pictures Inc., Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE), Matt Tolmach Productions, Seven Bucks Productions
Production Country: United States of America
Release Date: 2017-12-09
Status: Released
Run time: 119 min / 1:59
Budget: $90,000,000
Revenue: $886,663,258

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Casts

Dwayne Johnson
as Dr. Smolder Bravestone
Jack Black
as Professor Shelly Oberon
Kevin Hart
as Moose Finbar
Karen Gillan
as Ruby Roundhouse
Nick Jonas
as Seaplane McDonough
Bobby Cannavale
as Russel Van Pelt
Rhys Darby
as Nigel Billingsley
William Tokarsky
as Bread/Cake Vendor
Rohan Chand
as Boy at Bazaar
Alex Wolff
as Spencer Gilpin
Madison Iseman
as Bethany Walker
Ser'Darius Blain
as Anthony 'Fridge' Johnson
Morgan Turner
as Martha Kaply
Mason Guccione
as Alex Vreeke
Colin Hanks
as Young Alex Vreeke
Marc Evan Jackson
as Principal Bentley
Sean Buxton
as Alex's Father / Jogger
Tim Matheson
as Old Man Vreeke
Maribeth Monroe
as Teacher
Missi Pyle
as Coach Webb
Ivory J. Taylor
as Gym Student
Juan Gaspard
as The Spy
Sylvia Jefferies
as Jogger's Wife
Friday Chamberlain
as Amazon Warrior
Danny Pardo
as Bazaar Vendor
Natasha Mayet
as Berber lady
Ruby Bustamante
as High School Student
Virginia Newcomb
as Alex's Wife
Maiya Boyd
as Cute Bazar Kid
Jonnah-Blaine Bowling
as Boyfriend
John Archer Lundgren
as Knife Vendor
Ted Williams
as Gypsy Cowboy
Najah Jackson
as Cute girl
Maddie Nichols
as Kid #2
Tracey Bonner
as Fridge's Mom
Jamie Renell
as Gym Teacher
Natasha Charles Parker
as Bethany's Mom
Darian Baker
as High School Jock
Sarah Fawaz
as Eccentric Woman
Max Ortiz Jr.
as Dragoon / Raven
William Walker
as High School Administrator
Tahseen Ghauri
as Bazaar Vendor
Jemarko Jones
as Neighbor
Daniel Salyers
as High School Student
Ashley Lonardo
as Kid #3
Demetrice Nguyen
as Vendor
Jonathan Louis Ramos
as Berber
Martin Feigen
as Neighbor
Leeza Jones
as Bazaar Patron
Tad Sallee
as Skater Punk
Tyler Stormant
as Letterman
Michael Shacket
as Fussfeld
Cory Michael Peeler
as High School Gym Student
Chrysta-Lyn Rodrigues
as Mean Girl #1
Ryan Baughman
as Boy #1
Kevin Montgomery
as High School Student
Na Bil
as Bazar kid
Jeffery Clarke
as Bazaar Patron
Mario Fernandez
as The Begger
Stanislav Mruz
as Bazaar patron
John Early
as Beggar
Lyric Jefferson
as Cheerleader

Crew

Directing Jake Kasdan Director
Production William Teitler Producer
Production Matt Tolmach Producer
Production Melvin Mar Co-Producer
Production Hiram Garcia Co-Producer
Production Ted Field Executive Producer
Production Dany Garcia Executive Producer
Production David B. Householter Executive Producer
Production Dwayne Johnson Executive Producer
Production Jake Kasdan Executive Producer
Production Mike Weber Executive Producer
Sound Henry Jackman Original Music Composer
Camera Gyula Pados Director of Photography
Writing Chris McKenna Screenplay
Writing Erik Sommers Screenplay
Writing Scott Rosenberg Screenplay
Writing Jeff Pinkner Screenplay
Writing Chris McKenna Screenstory
Writing Chris van Allsburg Book
Writing Greg Taylor Original Story
Editing Steve Edwards Editor
Editing Mark Helfrich Editor
Production Nicole Abellera Casting
Production Jeanne McCarthy Casting
Art Owen Paterson Production Design
Art Steve Cooper Art Direction
Art Hugo Santiago Art Direction
Art Ronald R. Reiss Set Decoration
Costume & Make-Up Laura Jean Shannon Costume Design

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