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Jungle Cruise, Disney’s upcoming film adaptation of one of their classic theme park rides, has been delayed. The Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt vehicle was first slated to hit theaters on October 11, 2019, but will now arrive on July 24, 2020.
IT’S OFFICIAL – JULY 24th, 2020.
Ladies - Gentlemen - Children - Ages
Ladies and gentlemen and children of all ages.
My partner in crime, Emily Blunt and I, lovingly invite you to join us for THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME.
Aboard… - DisneyStudios - JUNGLE - CRUISE
All aboard…?@DisneyStudios JUNGLE CRUISE
Production on this film wrapped a little over one month ago, meaning that Disney will have almost two full years to edit and add visual effects during post-production. That seems like an awful long time for a movie that made such a big deal about having a practical set, but perhaps the motivations for this move were more about moving away from potential competition than anything having to do with this film itself.
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Instead of going head to head with The Addams Family, Are You Afraid of the Dark, The Goldfinch, and Zombieland 2 (which all come out just one week after Ang Lee’s Will Smith action film Gemini Man and Todd Phillips’ Joker), Jungle Cruise will now compete with an untitled Sony Pictures Animation movie and Warner Bros.’ Green Lantern Corps. – assuming that latter film actually gets made on...
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