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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ First Trailer: Dwayne Johnson & More according to : Variety

The first trailer for the upcoming sequel "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" debuted on Thursday, showing stars Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart in action. Sony Pictures will release "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" on Dec. 20. The movie follows four high schoolers who discover an old video game and get sucked into its jungle setting. That movie found two children playing the Jumanji board game, unwittingly releasing Williams' Alan Parrish, who had been trapped in the game for years. William Teitler and Matt Tolmach serve as executive producers; Kasdan, David Householter, Dany Garcia, Johnson, Mike Weber, and Ted Field are executive producing.



'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' First Trailer: Dwayne Johnson & More
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YouTube Red Orders Dwayne Johnson Series

The latest slate of original series orders from YouTube Red includes Good Games from Rick and Morty showrunner Dan Harmon and Lifeline from blockbuster heavyweight Dwayne Johnson. Next: YouTube Announces Cable-Free TV Subscription ServiceGood Games and Lifeline will debut on YouTube Red. Furthermore, YouTube Red added two other notable original series to its forthcoming slate of original programming – namely the unscripted competition series Lace Up: The Ultimate Sneaker Challenge and Furze World Wonders from YouTube personality Colin Furze – in addition to series reorders for several preexisting programs. produced by Rob Huebel and Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television produced by Ryan Hansen. More recently, the aforementioned hub for original content offered exclusively on the Google owned video sharing website picked up several other new shows and series renewals – including Do You Want to See a Dead Body?


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