Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Emily Blunt have “Huge ideas” for Jungle Cruise 2!

There will be “Huge ideas” in the second “Jungle Cruise” film starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Emily Blunt.

Beau Flynn, the film’s producer, praised the performers’ “Extraordinary chemistry” in the first film based on the Disney ride and said they were committed to expanding on that in the sequel.

Producer Hiram Garcia told Collider, “On ‘Jungle Cruise 2,’ clearly it’s something we really desire, but I think more important than what Hiram [Garcia] and I want is the great friendship Dwayne and Emily have established. In the first film, they had incredible chemistry, and I can tell that they have a deep understanding of their characters.

I have no doubt that they have lofty ambitions for the potential of that universe and world. Therefore, I believe that those two will eventually see to it that a “Jungle Cruise 2” is produced.

Following the success of the first film, Disney has confirmed that Dwayne Johnson, Emily Blunt, and Jack Whitehall will reprise their roles as Frank Wolff, Dr. Lily Houghton, and MacGregor Houghton, respectively.

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Emily Blunt have "Huge ideas" for Jungle Cruise 2!

Meanwhile, Dwayne’s frequent collaborator Hiram has teased the next installment of the rebooted ‘Jumanji film, in which the former wrestler will play Dr. Xander ‘Smolder’ Bravestone, by saying that they have a “fantastic take” on what the movie would be about.

He assured the media outlet, “Jumanji” would be produced. As everyone knows, Jake Kasdan is now filming “Red One” [an upcoming Prime Video holiday movie]. However, there are many discussions over the film “Jumanji.”

The next film’s plot is really well thought out if I do say so myself. And after clearing himself of ‘Red One,’ I know that’s going to be Jake’s next goal, and it’s a move we’d like to encourage.

Jumanji: The Next Level, released in 2019, was the final installment in the franchise.

The late Robin Williams played Alan Parish in the 1995 original.