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Disney’s Jungle Cruise to Finally See The Light of Day After Several Delays

Jungle Cruise

Disney’s Jungle Cruise was set for a 2020 release, however, the pandemic caused the studio to push all it’s dates further. The movie, starring Dwayne Johnson as the protagonist Frank, is based on a Disneyland ride of the same name. Jungle Cruise is one of the oldest rides of Disneyland.

Here’s what we know about the upcoming movie:

Jungle Cruise Release Date

Jungle Cruise is set to release on 24 July, 2021, as tweeted by Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.

The movie was being filmed in Hawaii in 2018 and was set to release on October 11, 2019. But the release was then postponed to summer of 2020, and was postponed further due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

You can watch the official trailer here: 

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Jungle Cruise Plot

The movie follows the adventure of Lily Houghton (Emily Blunt) and her brother McGregor Houghton (Jack Whitehall) as they enlist the help of skipper Frank Wolff to help them navigate the Amazon in search of a magical tree with supernatural healing abilities.

Frank claims that he knows the Amazons better than anyone and that he himself has searched for the tree for quite some time, but failed to find it, hence concluding it is a myth.

Lily however claims she has the key to finding it with her.

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.”

Lily wants to find the tree and use its powers for the betterment of the human race, she fears that in the hands of others that same power might be used to harm instead of heal.

The Jungle Cruise Cast

  • The Rock as Frank
  • Emily Blunt as Lily Houghton
  • Jack Whitehall as McGregor Houghton
  • Raphael Alejandro as Zaqueu
  • Andy Nyman as Sir James Hobbs-Coddington
  • Simone Lockhart as Anna
  • Sulem Calderon as Quila
  • and story is Directed By Jaume Collet-Serra

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