‘Jumanji: The Next Level’: Jack Black returns will his iconic comedic chops as the team's quest for survival continues
In ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’, Black's character tells Martha to flirt as if their lives depended on it and we can't wait to watch what other life-saving tips he has to offer
Jake Kasdan’s sequel to ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ titled ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ will be releasing across the US on December 13.
The American fantasy-adventure film sees four teenagers sucked into a video game and follows their misadventures as they navigate through the jungle while being pursued by plenty of dangerous creatures and humans.
‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' smartly succeeded the original not only by introducing a new theme, but also stood out for an ensemble cast comprising Dwanye Johnson as Spencer, Jack Black as Bethany, Kevin Hart as Fridge, Nick Jonas as Alex and Karen Gillan as Ruby Roundhouse.
All the members from the original cast have reprised their roles in ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ with Awkwafina, Danny DeVito and Danny Glover joining as new additions. Although each of the actors has brilliantly adapted their characters, we are eagerly waiting to watch Jack Black reappear as the high-school popular girl Bethany!
Who could have taught Martha the art of seduction better than Black himself? Throughout the movie, the ever-talented actor comes across as highly entertaining with the femininity of his character on the display, which Black totally makes his own! Be it for slipping the hair in the direction of the wind or nibbling the lips, Professor Oberoi nails it all.
In ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’, Bethany tells Martha to flirt as if their lives depended on it. We couldn’t wait to watch what other life-saving tips Black’s character has to offer to his mates, who are once again on a quest for survival.
The official trailer for ‘Jumanji: The Next Level’ has evoked our interest by showcasing a few compelling scenes and giving glimpses of the coming-of-age comedy.
We hope the film lives up to our expectations and does justice to Van Allsburg’s iconic creation.