Whenever a success like Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle comes along, you can be sure studio execs will greenlight a sequel almost immediately. Now fans can get another chance to jump back into the game with Jumanji: The Next Level, which Sony Pictures has released a new trailer for. The sequel brings the gang (Alex Wolff, Madison Iseman, Ser’Darius Blain, and Morgan Turner) back together again when they are forced to enter the game in order to save one of their own. However, this comes with a few complications as some of them are not the avatars they played as when they played the first time.
Now with these new challenges, and some geriatric help, the gang will go on an all new adventure that will take them to unseen locations, meet all new characters, and face greater dangers. Check out the trailer below.
2017’s Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle was the surprise hit no one expected. Through its good nature, charms, and family-friendliness, it turned out to be one of the biggest hits of that year. As such, it deserved a sequel. Given that the original started off as a board game, which then went to a video game, it would be interesting to see where Jumanji: The Next Level could go. But it looks like director Jake Kasdan and writers Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner have cracked the code.
Because in this new installment, those teenagers would be returning to the world of a digital Jumanji once more. But in a new twist, they are bringing some geriatric support, along with a few twists that change the characters from the first once more. Check out the trailer here below.
Last year we found out that a TV series based on the hit Japanese anime Cowboy Bebop was being developed. Now that adaptation has found itself a home.
It’s been announced that the series will be coming to Netflix, a co-production between the streaming service and Tomorrow Studios. You can find more information on the project and who’s involved below.
Sony Pictures has released the third and final trailer for Venom.
The latest releases comes just a few short days after the film had a panel at the San Diego Comic-Con. Of course, their reaction may not be the best barometer. But still, if you are looking for an alien symbiote bonding to a human, Venom may just be your film. Check out the latest trailer below.