Review: Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart are joined by Danny DeVito in this game-changingly entertaining romp.
The old gang re-enter the video game fantasy world for more body-swap hijinks and Indiana Jones-ish adventures, and Johnson levels-up his comedy stylings
The actress, 32, wowed in a strapless purple floor-length dress as she joined her co-stars; Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, 47, Jack Black, 50, and Kevin Hart, 40, for Jumanji: The Next Level on Tuesday.
The couple, who share two young children and exchanged vows in Hawaii on August 18, beamed happily as they posed for photos with their arms around each other.
The actress, 32, arrived alongside her the actor, 47, and Kevin Hart, 40, at Jumanji: The Next Level's London premiere, which was held at the BFI IMAX on Thursday.
The actress, 32, cut a stylish figure in a powder blue and crushed velvet jumpsuit for the Jumanji: The Next Level premiere in Berlin on Wednesday.
He underwent major back surgery following a devastating car crash in Malibu, California, back in September.
Sony Pictures has released the first trailers for Jason Reitman's Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Together with screenwriter Gil Kenan (City of Ember), Reitman has crafted a new story set in the present-day world of the Ghostbusters that builds on the events of the first two Ghostbusters films directed by his father, Ivan Reitman, and starring Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, and Ernie Hudson. Although Reitman has said before that he respects and likes the 2016 Ghostbusters reimagining directed...
Onward is on its way as Pixar's new fantasy, road-trip comedy with magical stylings, and we can't wait for it to arrive. It won't be here until the first quarter of next year, but a new U.K. trailer for the Disney/Pixar flick is here to hold us over. It's delightful. It highlights the journey of the teenage elf Lightfoot brothers and the incident that sets them on their path
I was pleasantly surprised by 2017’s Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. We didn’t really need a sequel to the 1995 Robin Williams film (and it is a sequel since Welcome to the Jungle acknowledges that Williams’ character, Alan Parrish, had come to Jumanji before), but it worked well enough by taking video game tropes and turning it into a nice story about friendship with some good set pieces. I don’t think anyone expected it to make almost a billion dollars worldwide, especially at the same time...
Chris Van Allsburg’s children’s book Jumanji, which is all of 32 pages long, tells a story about a brother and sister who find a mysterious board game under a tree while their parents are on a date at the opera. The game, which is called Jumanji, looks like any other, except that every roll of the dice causes a new
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