Jumanji: Welcome To the Jungle is set to have a sequel at the end of this year and fans may expect a big name to join its cast. Danny Glover, who is best known for his role in Lethal Weapon, has confirmed his appearance in Jumanji 2. Along with the old cast from the first movie, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, Nick Jonas, The Rock, Karen Gillan, Danny DeVito, and Awkwafina will also join this project.

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Danny Glover will join Jumanji's cast

The Jumanji version launched in 2017 tells the story of a group of teenagers who got stuck in a video game. They have new identity and skills in the game and must work together to find a way out and save themselves. For this new sequel, the process will repeat again but no detail on who becomes who is revealed. The Rock said that this is a secret that audience may have to wait for the movie to find out.

With $962 million, Welcome To The Jungle is making its way to rank 43rd on the list of movies that have the largest gross earning in history. Jake Kasdan, director of the 2017 film will come back for this sequel. He is known for several roles including actor, screenwriter, producer, and director. Jumanji is not only a financial success, but it also receives positive critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, its approval rate is 76% and the rating 0f 6.2/10.

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Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle was a huge success

The Jumanji series was adapted from a book written by Chris Van Allsburg. Robin Williams was the lead role in the first movie in 1995.

Until we can see the movie in theater in December, keep up with its details updated by The Rock on his Instagram. The latest detail he shared was the director had a “dynamite pitch” for the sequel and his co-star, Kevin Hart, would die, in the first 15s of the movie.