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'Jungle Cruise' Trailer Feat... Dwayne Johnson And Emily Blunt Out; Fans Share Excitement...

Updated: Oct 16, 2022


The trailer of the much-anticipated film Jungle Cruise was released on Thursday. The fantasy adventure stars Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt in the lead roles. The two-minute-three-second adventure-filled trailer showcases the wild journey of the two stars in search of a Tree of Life,

Jungle Cruise trailer reviews and reactions

As soon as the trailer was dropped, a plethora of reactions flooded social media on people reacting excitedly to the trailer. One fan wrote that trailer looked like a mashup of all the iconic adventure movies of Hollywood such as Indiana Jones Crystal Skull, and Jumanji, and they cannot wait to watch it. Another fan appreciated the theme of the movie writing that it looked like a classic adventure movie from the old days. Another fan tweeted that the trailer looked fun and they will be watching out for the Jungle Cruise release date.


Jungle Cruise cast reaction

One fan reacted to seeing Jesse Plemons in the trailer and voiced out their excitement. Another fan jokingly remarked that they did not want to see an animatronic Dwayne Johnson in Disney World due to this world. On the other hand, one fan commented about the movie being good already due to featuring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt together. A fan praised the Jungle Cruise cast and wrote about how they waited 2 years for this movie.





The trailer of Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt's new movie 'Jungle Cruise' has just been unveiled and promises to be an adventure-filled, rollicking thrill-ride. The film has The Rock as Frank Wolff a wisecracking skipper who takes London esearcher, Dr. Lily Houghton, on the ride of her life down the Amazon on his ramshackle-but-charming boat.- La Quila.

'The Jungle Cruise' is based on the famous Disneyland theme park ride and focuses on the quest of Emily Blunt's character's quest to uncover an ancient tree with unparalleled healing abilities—possessing the power to change the future of medicine. Jaume Collet-Serra directs the film, which stars Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt, Edgar Ramírez and Jack Whitehall, with Jesse Plemons, and Paul Giamatti.




The 'Jungle Cruise' trailer has it all to attract the family audiences what with the friendly banter between the lead pair, the dangerous ride and strange undead beings and live creatures out to kill them. The entertainer releases in U.S. theaters and on Disney+ with Premier Access on July 30, 2021. Meanwhile do enjoy the trailer here.


So...Get ready for jungle-themed puns and Disneyland references as the Jungle Cruise movie finally hits theaters in July 2021, starring Disney favorites Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson and Emily Blunt.


The plot and trailers: What's Jungle Cruise all about?

The Jungle Cruise movie is based on the Disneyland ride of the same name. Johnson plays a boat skipper named Frank, who takes Blunt's character Lily and her brother McGregor on a mission to find a tree that has magical healing powers. (McGregor is played by British stand-up comedian Jack Whitehall, who you may recognize from the Good Omens series on Amazon Prime.)

The journey will see them fight wild animals and compete against a rival German expedition, with Disney adding that there will be a "supernatural element."

According to Blunt, who also starred in Disney's recent Mary Poppins Returns, "it's a love story." Much of the information on filming, production, plot and cast originally came from the Rock's Instagram page. "[It's] the adventure of a lifetime," he said in a behind-the-scenes video. The Rock also previously voiced Moana character Maui for Disney.

Ahead of the upcoming release date, a new trailer dropped in late May, showing off Jesse Plemons' submarine-captaining villain.




Disneyland's Jungle Cruise: What is it?

It's no surprise that Disney is going after another ride-based movie, after the success of its Pirates of the Caribbean film franchise. The Jungle Cruise is even older than the Pirates ride -- it was the only attraction to exist in Adventureland on Disneyland's opening day in 1955.

The Jungle Cruise attraction features a boat ride through a man-made jungle, with each tour led by a skipper who follows a pun-filled script. The boat travels past crocodiles, piranhas, monkeys, elephants, rhinos, cannibals, hippos and of course the infamous back side of water, the eighth wonder of the world.

As he prepared for the movie, Johnson said on Instagram, Disney's Imagineers let him see the original Jungle Cruise concept art from the 1950s, as well as giving him an "oral/visual history lesson behind the iconic ride and its infamous and relentlessly entertaining skippers."

The ride is currently being overhauled at both Disneyland and Disney World to include new scenes and remove out-of-date cultural depictions. It's set to reopen at Disneyland on July 16, in time for the movie's release.

Jungle Cruise end of year photo. pic.twitter.com/3Kt2oMNe45 — Jack Whitehall (@jackwhitehall) June 6, 2019

Cast and crew: Who's in it?


The film's director is Jaume Collet-Serra, whose previous credits include The Shallows and The Commuter. The official cast includes:

  • The Rock as Frank.

  • Emily Blunt as Lily Houghton.

  • Jack Whitehall as McGregor Houghton.

  • Jesse Plemons as the villain.

  • Paul Giamatti.

  • Edgar Ramírez as Aguirre.

  • Raphael Alejandro as Zaqueu.

  • Andy Nyman as Sir James Hobbs-Coddington.

  • Simone Lockhart as Anna.

  • Sulem Calderon as Quila.

Other characters listed for the movie include warriors and mercenaries; hotel guests and bar patrons; soldiers and archaeologists; valets and a hotel maitre D'; merchants and animal vendors; bus conductors; and tourists and society members from Germany, France, Italy and London.



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