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Secondo il sito ComingSoon.net Al Gough e Miles Millar sono in trattative per realizzare "JUNGLE CRUISE", un nuovo film live action basato su un'attrazione dei parchi Disney, seguendo quindi la scia inaugurata dai "Pirati dei Caraibi"!
Principessa Aurora
Speriamo bene...
giagia
WOOOOOOOOW CHE BELLO! (ma si è saputo più niente sul film del Mondo Piccolo?)
basil
Anche a me attira,se fatto bene può diventare un ottimo film d'avventura smile.gif
veu
CITAZIONE (giagia @ Domenica, 24-Set-2006, 00:49)
WOOOOOOOOW CHE BELLO! (ma si è saputo più niente sul film del Mondo Piccolo?)

Per ora è in standby!
GasGas
che bello mi piacciono questi film ispirati rolleyes.gif c'è anche la casa dei fantasmi ispirata all'attrazione di disneyland rolleyes.gif
Principe Filippo
CITAZIONE (GasGas @ Domenica, 24-Set-2006, 12:42)
che bello mi piacciono questi film ispirati rolleyes.gif c'è anche la casa dei fantasmi ispirata all'attrazione di disneyland rolleyes.gif

sì ma il film fa schifo sick.gif
giagia
CITAZIONE (Principe Filippo @ Lunedì, 25-Set-2006, 11:41)
CITAZIONE (GasGas @ Domenica, 24-Set-2006, 12:42)
che bello mi piacciono questi film ispirati rolleyes.gif c'è anche la casa dei fantasmi ispirata all'attrazione di disneyland rolleyes.gif

sì ma il film fa schifo sick.gif

Non sono ASSOLUTAMENTE d'accordo. Il film riprende le attrazioni (Francia, Florida, Giappone e California) molto più di quanto fare un Pirati dei Caraibi. Come film, preso nella sua singolarità, forse Pirati batte la Casa, ma di sicuro quest'ultima è moooolto più celebrativa! Certo bisogna conoscere le citazioni (non solo quelle di Disneyland, quando Eddie Murphy urla "Nessun posto è come casa mia!" al cinema ero l'unico a ridere)!
Condivido con Nunziante l'idea che la scelta di Eddie Murphy come protagonista è sbagliatissima (e condivido con lui l'idea che un Brendan Fraser sarebbe stato molto più adatto alla parte): la protagonista del film è la Casa, non lui!
GasGas
CITAZIONE (giagia @ Lunedì, 25-Set-2006, 20:54)
CITAZIONE (Principe Filippo @ Lunedì, 25-Set-2006, 11:41)
CITAZIONE (GasGas @ Domenica, 24-Set-2006, 12:42)
che bello mi piacciono questi film ispirati rolleyes.gif c'è anche la casa dei fantasmi ispirata all'attrazione di disneyland rolleyes.gif

sì ma il film fa schifo sick.gif

Non sono ASSOLUTAMENTE d'accordo. Il film riprende le attrazioni (Francia, Florida, Giappone e California) molto più di quanto fare un Pirati dei Caraibi. Come film, preso nella sua singolarità, forse Pirati batte la Casa, ma di sicuro quest'ultima è moooolto più celebrativa! Certo bisogna conoscere le citazioni (non solo quelle di Disneyland, quando Eddie Murphy urla "Nessun posto è come casa mia!" al cinema ero l'unico a ridere)!
Condivido con Nunziante l'idea che la scelta di Eddie Murphy come protagonista è sbagliatissima (e condivido con lui l'idea che un Brendan Fraser sarebbe stato molto più adatto alla parte): la protagonista del film è la Casa, non lui!

sono completamente daccordo con te giagia wink.gif
Sebastian78
Ehem.... veramente la scia non é iniziata dai Pirati ma dalla Tower of Terror con l'omonimo film televisivo del '97.
Poi si fece il film dei Country Bears (altra attrazione classica nei parchi USA) e solo come terzo film arrivarono i Pirati. Quindi La Casa Stregata, Pirati 2 ed il futuro Jungle Cruise (e nel futuro si parlava di Un film TV per Disney Channel sul tema di It's a Small World)
Scissorhands
Alla Disney credono molto nel film e ne stanno accelerando la produzione:

Box Office Mojo got a chance to talk to Walt Disney Pictures Chairman Dick Cook and asked him about the Jungle Cruise movie, which will be based on the Disneyland ride much like the "Pirates of the Caribbean" franchise is. Here's a clip from the article:

There will be a family involved. The skipper will play a very important role. He'll be more of an Indiana Jones kind of guy, with a little Jack Sparrow in him, who's going to be able to take this family on an adventure that they never dreamed they were going to be on when they first got on board. In true Disney fashion, it will definitely have the adventure and the intensity—but also the heart and the fun. We hope we have a good outline of where we want to go and what we want to do with it in the next year.
Daydreamer
Disney Teaming Toy Story Tandem Tom Hanks And Tim Allen For 'Jungle Cruise'
By MIKE FLEMING

EXCLUSIVE: After Toy Story 3 cracked the billion dollar worldwide gross mark and got a Best Picture nomination for Disney, I'm told the studio is making moves to pair stars Tom Hanks and Tim Allen in Jungle Cruise, the live action film inspired by the venerable Magic Kingdom theme park ride. The studio has hired Roger S.H. Schulman to write a script that's being produced by Mandeville's David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman, who themselves are coming off a Best Picture nomination for The Fighter. No director yet, I'm told.

Schulman has written on such films as Shrek and Jungle Book 2. Disney has been trying to get Jungle Cruise out of dry dock for several years, but the combination of Hanks and Allen in a family film makes this the equivalent of an E-ticket for a family-themed film. Hanks just direct Larry Crowne, starring with Julia Roberts and producing with Playtone partner Gary Goetzman. Hanks also is attached to another family film project based on the Mattel toy Major Matt Mason, which Playtone is also producing at Universal. CAA reps Hanks.

Allen is returning to TV for the first time since Home Improvement. It will shoot in April for ABC, through Fox Studios. WME and Messina/Baker.
Enrico
Fantastico! Allora si farà!
Daydreamer
ECCO LA CONFERMA

Tom Hanks and Tim Allen Book a Jungle Cruise
Source: Walt Disney Pictures
March 2, 2011


Walt Disney Pictures has confirmed that the studio has cast "Toy Story" franchise voice stars Tom Hanks and Tim Allen in the big screen adaptation of Disney's theme park ride Jungle Cruise. The studio released the following statement:

The Walt Disney Studios is excited to be in development with Mandeville Films and writer Roger S.H. Schulman on a feature film based on the Jungle Cruise, one of the most iconic attractions in Disney theme park history. The film will pair up Tim Allen and Tom Hanks in their first live-action project, after their previous collaborations in the Toy Story trilogy.‬

Mandeville's David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman will produce.

The popular ride has visitors traveling the rivers of the jungle guided by a riverboat skipper and encountering wild animals as they cruise.

Read more: Tom Hanks and Tim Allen Book a Jungle Cruise - ComingSoon.net http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.p...5#ixzz1FTlpG8LO

Beast
Posso dire di non essere per niente felice della notizia? Attendo molto di vedere realizzato questo film, ma le nuove premesse mi scoraggiano:
- lo sceneggiatore ha scritto in passato Shrek, Il Libro della Giungla 2, Mulan 2, Bambi 2, Red & Toby 2 ed è uno dei creatori della serie tv Jonas;
- la Mandeville films realizza quasi esclusivamente commedie (a parte il recente The Fighter), tipo George della Giungla, 8 amici da salvare, Ricatto d'Amore;
- i 2 attori sono bravissimi, ma da anni non appaiono in commedie di successo.
A questo punto è chiaro che il film sarà una commedia, anziché essere un film d'avventura come speravo. Il rischio di ritrovarsi una nuova delusione stile Casa dei Fantasmi/Eddie Murphy è forte.
Teo
CITAZIONE (Beast @ 3/3/2011, 12:25) *
Posso dire di non essere per niente felice della notizia? Attendo molto di vedere realizzato questo film, ma le nuove premesse mi scoraggiano:
- lo sceneggiatore ha scritto in passato Shrek, Il Libro della Giungla 2, Mulan 2, Bambi 2, Red & Toby 2 ed è uno dei creatori della serie tv Jonas;
- la Mandeville films realizza quasi esclusivamente commedie (a parte il recente The Fighter), tipo George della Giungla, 8 amici da salvare, Ricatto d'Amore;
- i 2 attori sono bravissimi, ma da anni non appaiono in commedie di successo.
A questo punto è chiaro che il film sarà una commedia, anziché essere un film d'avventura come speravo. Il rischio di ritrovarsi una nuova delusione stile Casa dei Fantasmi/Eddie Murphy è forte.


Ah ah ah...quoto in pieno, inoltre Il Libro della Giungla 2, Mulan 2, Bambi 2, Red & Toby 2 sono stati tra i peggiori sequel (dal punto di vista della sceneggiatura) che si siano mai visti...forse, come storia, salverei solo Mulan 2, ma gli altri....! post-6-1111346498.gif
Enrico
CITAZIONE (Beast @ 3/3/2011, 12:25) *
Posso dire di non essere per niente felice della notizia? Attendo molto di vedere realizzato questo film, ma le nuove premesse mi scoraggiano:
- lo sceneggiatore ha scritto in passato Shrek, Il Libro della Giungla 2, Mulan 2, Bambi 2, Red & Toby 2 ed è uno dei creatori della serie tv Jonas;
- la Mandeville films realizza quasi esclusivamente commedie (a parte il recente The Fighter), tipo George della Giungla, 8 amici da salvare, Ricatto d'Amore;
- i 2 attori sono bravissimi, ma da anni non appaiono in commedie di successo.
A questo punto è chiaro che il film sarà una commedia, anziché essere un film d'avventura come speravo. Il rischio di ritrovarsi una nuova delusione stile Casa dei Fantasmi/Eddie Murphy è forte.


Potresti avere ragione!
Ma speriamo di no! eheheh.gif
Zio Paperone
CITAZIONE (Beast @ 3/3/2011, 13:25) *
Posso dire di non essere per niente felice della notizia? Attendo molto di vedere realizzato questo film, ma le nuove premesse mi scoraggiano:
- lo sceneggiatore ha scritto in passato Shrek, Il Libro della Giungla 2, Mulan 2, Bambi 2, Red & Toby 2 ed è uno dei creatori della serie tv Jonas;
- la Mandeville films realizza quasi esclusivamente commedie (a parte il recente The Fighter), tipo George della Giungla, 8 amici da salvare, Ricatto d'Amore;
- i 2 attori sono bravissimi, ma da anni non appaiono in commedie di successo.
A questo punto è chiaro che il film sarà una commedia, anziché essere un film d'avventura come speravo. Il rischio di ritrovarsi una nuova delusione stile Casa dei Fantasmi/Eddie Murphy è forte.


Concordo in pieno ma come si fa a prendere lo sceneggiatore ei Jonas?????? Arrabbiato3.gif Arrabbiato3.gif Arrabbiato3.gif Arrabbiato3.gif Arrabbiato3.gif Arrabbiato3.gif Arrabbiato3.gif Arrabbiato3.gif
Spero di non trovarmi un altro Land of Lost!!!!
La casa dei Fantasmi non era tutta da buttare salvo il maggiordomo che però avevo capito fin dall'inizio che era l'assassino blush2.gif
Daydreamer
Proprio ieri Jim Hill ha dedicato un bel "dietro alla quinte" su questa produzione che è ancora TUTTA in lavorazione e LONTANA dal vedere la luce...Pare comunque che lo Skipper verrà interpretato da Tim Allen, mentre il Padre che decide di portare in crociera nella giungla l'intera famiglia sarà Tom Hanks

leggete l'articolo
kekkomon
Scelto l'attore biggrin.gif

http://lagazzettadisney.altervista.org/un-...-in-produzione/
veu
Annunciata ufficialmente la lavorazione del film.

Dal sito Forbes.com:

Jungle Cruise with Dwayne Johnson set to star and John Requa and Glenn Ficarra writing.

[...]

The Jungle Cruise will, of course, be based around/on the famous (and terrific) theme park attraction, so we’ll see if they use the freedom of that source material to tell a genuinely original story with iconic characters and get another Pirates of the Caribbean out of it.
Daydreamer
Da The Hollywood Reporter

Dwayne Johnson's 'Jungle Cruise' Is a Go at Disney (Exclusive)

The Rock will star and also produce the adventure project with Dany Garcia, the co-CEO of the duo’s Seven Bucks Productions banner.
Welcome to the jungle, Dwayne Johnson.

The actor has closed a deal to star in Jungle Cruise, Disney’s live-action adaptation of its iconic theme park ride. Johnson has found room in his busy schedule, slotting the movie in for a spring 2018 start of production.

Johnson will also produce the adventure project with Dany Garcia, the co-CEO of the duo’s Seven Bucks Productions banner and who counts Baywatch, Ballers and the Jumanji re-imagining among her credits for 2017.

Beau Flynn, Johnson’s frequent collaborator who has worked with the actor on movies such as San Andreas, is also in negotiations to produce via his Flynn Picture Co. shingle.

Jungle Cruise is one of the Disneyland’s original rides and takes park-goers on a journey through a range of leafy settings such as Africa’s Nile and Congo rivers as well as South America’s Amazon.

Cruise has had Johnson attached since 2015, but the project was still in deep development and went through several drafts by several writers (J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay wrote the most recent draft) while Johnson filmed movies such as Central Intelligence and Sony's Jumanji re-imagining. With the script looking more solid, Johnson was ready to slot it into his schedule.

The actor begins shooting Rampage, New Line’s creature feature video game adaptation, later this spring. His high-rise adventure movie Skyscraper will shoot in China in late summer and fall. After a short breather, and with Jumanji opening in December, Cruise will be next on the docket. All will fly the Seven Bucks flag.

A search for a director who can navigate the crocodile-infested waters is now underway.

John Davis and John Fox of Davis Entertainment are also producing.

Johnson is repped by WME, the Garcia Company and Gang Tyre.
Fra X
The rock onnipresente ormai! eheheh.gif Altro tratto da un'attrazione. tongue.gif Speriamo sia un bel film di avventura. happy.gif Tra un remake e l'altro di un "classico" ci vuole. tongue.gif
Daydreamer
A me sta cominciando a dare sui nervi. Non se ne può davvero più.
LucaDopp
CITAZIONE (Daydreamer @ 7/4/2017, 18:57) *
A me sta cominciando a dare sui nervi. Non se ne può davvero più.

Concordo. Di questo passo andrà a finire che anche il pubblico si stuferà di lui e farà la fine di Johnny Depp.
Daydreamer
Tweet di The Rock



.. (I think the lady to my right is snapping a pic of my bootaaaay) Surprise! Once I committed to our Disney partners to make the movie based off the JUNGLE CRUISE ride, I wanted to dive head first into the research. So I headed to Walt Disney World and surprised tourists by commandeering the JUNGLE CRUISE boat. It was a GREAT day on the river. Learned a lot.. for example, it takes approximately 12.6 minutes for all the passengers to get over the shock of me jumping on the boat and thinking I'm a DJ look-a-like. One passenger even said, "Oh the real Rock is much smaller than this guy". I threw his ass off the boat. Jokes aside (and yes, with me as the Cruise Skipper there will be an abundance of puns) this is such an amazing, fantastical and cool world to build out. Best part about this surprise research day was knowing how FUN of an experience we're gonna work hard to create for families around the world. That's the part that gets my excited the most. The movie. The ride. The experience. It's the cruise of a lifetime. And trust me, you'll want me as your Skipper. Just don't forget to bring the Skipper's beer. Next step... we find our visionary director. #SurpriseAroundEveryCorner #ResearchDay #DisneyWorld #AllAboard #JungleCruise
Arancina22
Insomma che questo film, a vedere la data di apertura del topic, tra tutto è in lavorazione da più di 10 anni ormai ohmy.gif
Daydreamer
Da Deadline

Jaume Collet-Serra To Direct Dwayne Johnson In ‘Jungle Cruise:’ No ‘Suicide Squad 2’

EXCLUSIVE: Jaume Collet-Serra has been set by Disney to direct Dwayne Johnson in Jungle Cruise. This means that Collet-Serra will withdraw from Suicide Squad 2, the Warner Bros sequel for which he was top choice. After directing a bunch of hit movies that included last summer’s sleeper The Shallows, Collet-Serra has been poised to take that step to star filmmaker, and numerous studios chased his next slot. He decided that the opportunity to originate a new Indiana Jones-like action-adventure franchise in lockstep with one of the most globally bankable film stars — like Gore Verbinski did with Johnny Depp in The Pirates of the Caribbean — was a better opportunity than continuing a storyline originated by another director. Production will begin late next spring.

Plot details are being kept under wraps, but like Pirates, Jungle Cruise is based on the classic theme park attraction that takes guests on a guided tour through the rivers around the world. Star Trek 4‘s J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay wrote the most recent script draft. John Davis and John Fox will produce via Davis Entertainment, Beau Flynn will produce via his FlynnPictureCo. banner, and Johnson, Dany Garcia and Hiram Garcia are producing through Seven Bucks Productions.

Johnson does a lot of business with Warner Bros, and let Disney and that studio work out the Collet-Serra situation. Warner Bros will quickly find another filmmaker to guide Suicide Squad 2, a sought after slot that is the sequel to the film David Ayer wrote and directed based on the DC Comics property. The original film grossed $745 million worldwide and the ensemble that includes Will Smith, Margot Robbie and Jared Leto are poised to return. Suicide Squad rejoins a number of big pictures with open directing assignments that have been the subject of jockeying among filmmakers, a list that includes the 25th James Bond movie. Deadline revealed last week that ’71 hemer Yann Demange, Blade Runner 2049‘s Denis Villenueve and Hell or High Water‘s David Mackenzie are the front runners for that job.

Collet-Serra, the Spanish director who broke into Hollywood with the genre hit Orphan, has been an under the radar hitmaker, with credits including Unknown, Non-Stop, Run All Night and The Shallows, the latter of which grossed $119 million worldwide on a $17 million budget. Non-Stop grossed $222 million worldwide for Universal. Collet-Serra most recently wrapped the Liam Neeson starrer The Commuter, which Lionsgate will release January 12. Collet-Serra is separately attached to Annapurna’s Waco, a drama scripted by Zero Dark Thirty’s Mark Boal and Kubo and the Two Strings’ Marc Haimes about the 1993 standoff between the FBI and Texas state law enforcement and the David Koresh-led Branch Davidians that turned the sleepy town of Elk, just outside of Waco, into a battle zone. A 51-day standoff ended with 76 people dead as the cult’s compound was engulfed by a raging fire.

Johnson (with producers Flynn, Garcia, Garcia along with John Rickard) recently wrapped the Brad Peyton-directed Rampage for Warner Bros and New Line, based on the Midway arcade game. That film that reunited Peyton with Johnson after the hit San Andreas. Rampage will be released on April 20, 2018. While Collet-Serra digs into the prep for Jungle Cruise, Johnson starts work in August on the Rawson Thurber-directed Skyscraper for Universal/Legendary. That film will be released July 13, 2018.

Producer Davis releases the Blue Sky Animation/Fox film Ferdinand in December and follows with Game Night for Warner Bros/New Line and the Shane Black-directed The Predator for Fox.

Scott Sheldon will oversee for FlynnPictureCo. Collet-Serra is repped by CAA, Management 360 and Gretchen Bruggeman Rush; Johnson is repped by WME and managed by Dany Garcia of The Garcia Companies
Daydreamer
Da CBM

Dwayne Johnson Compares Disney's JUNGLE CRUISE Movie To INDIANA JONES

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson sheds some light on his upcoming Disney film Jungle Cruise, while making a very interesting comparison. See what the star has to say about the movie adaptation of the popular ride


Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is doing the rounds this holiday season as we prepare for the release of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle. Shortly after that film's debut on December 20, Johnson will once again return to the wilderness in Disney's upcoming Jungle Cruise movie, based on the popular Disney theme park ride.

Not much is known about the Jungle Cruise movie, which got the green light earlier this year, but speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the star shed some brief details and made a very intriguing comparison. Specifically, Johnson revealed that he will star as the captain of a boat, and that the boat is on the Amazon River - two details we pretty much figured up until this point.

However, he then made a comparison that will surely intrigue many moviegoers. “[It’s] full on adventure,” Johnson added. “Think Indiana Jones — those kinds of adventures. I’m very, very excited about it.”

That's quite the comparison to make, and one that can be interpreted a number of ways. With filming set to begin in Spring 2018, we'll have to wait and see just how Indiana Jones-like the adventure will be. Though to be fair, a similar comparison could be made with Johnson's soon-to-be-released film Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, which has a more light-hearted approach to the whole tomb raiding wilderness adventure.

As for working with Disney on the project, Johnson had nothing but positive things to say about the company and Jungle Cruise.

“This is where I really started to understand the power of Disney, just in terms of the deep dives that they do with their projects — with all of their projects,” Johnson said. “Because obviously they’re a studio and publicly traded, but specifically with projects like this where it’s based off a ride and based off an beloved attraction, like Pirates [of the Caribbean], so, so much goes into the work. And it’s so exciting.”

Jungle Cruise does not yet have a release date, but we certainly have a lot to look forward to.
Daydreamer
Disney e Emily Blunt. Una conferma.

Da Variety

Emily Blunt to Star With Dwayne Johnson in Disney’s ‘Jungle Cruise’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Emily Blunt is set to star alongside Dwayne Johnson in Disney’s “Jungle Cruise,” sources tell Variety.

Jaume Collet-Serra is on board to direct the film based on the Walt Disney World ride. Oscar nominee Michael Green (“Logan”) penned the most recent draft of the script. He rewrote a screenplay by J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay. The film is based on the classic theme park attraction, which operates in several Disney Parks across the globe and takes guests on a guided tour through the rivers of the world.

Disney sees the film as another major franchise in the vein of its billion dollar “Pirates of the Caribbean” series and Johnson and Collet-Serra have found time in the stars busy schedule to map out how they see this film going.

Johnson and the team see the film inspired by “The African Queen” starring Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn and hope to see the similar kind of chemistry with this pairing. Sources say Disney has been over the moon with early footage of Blunt in “Mary Poppins” returns and was looking for a way to keep her in the family with another potential franchise.

Johnson is coming off his monster hit “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” which just crossed the $800 million world wide box office milestone which includes $337 million at the domestic box office. The star has busy 2018 ahead of him with his tentpoles “Rampage” and “Skyscraper” both bowing this year.

John Davis and John Fox will produce via Davis Entertainment; Beau Flynn will produce with his FlynnPictureCo. banner; and Johnson, Dany Garcia, and Hiram Garcia will produce through Seven Bucks Productions. Scott Sheldon is co-producing.

“Jungle Cruise” is currently slated to go into production in May.

The film marks Blunt’s third collaboration with Disney, having previously worked on the musical “Into the Woods” and the upcoming “Mary Poppins Returns,” where she will star as the title character opposite Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Blunt can be seen next in Paramount’s supernatural horror film “A Quiet Place” opposite husband John Krasinski, who is also directing. She is repped by CAA and Sloane, Offer, Weber and Dern.
Fra X
Speriamo che la gente non lo veda come una copia di "Jumanji" che sta facendo sfracelli! Comunque un successo di questo tipo ci vorrebbe perché sennò ci toccano quasi solo remake di classici e poco altro! Vai Dwayne, se la nostra unica speranza! XD
Daydreamer
Da Variety

‘Jungle Cruise’ Taps British Comedian Jack Whitehall to Star With Dwayne Johnson (EXCLUSIVE)

Rising British comedian and actor Jack Whitehall will join Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt in Disney’s “The Jungle Cruise,” sources tell Variety.

Whitehall will play Blunt’s brother in the film — a key role in the storyline.

Jaume Collet-Serra is on board to direct the movie based on the classic theme park attraction, which operates in several Disney Parks across the globe and takes guests on a guided tour through the rivers of the world. Oscar nominee Michael Green (“Logan”) penned the most recent draft of the script. He rewrote a screenplay by J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay.

Disney plans to develop the film as a possible franchise in the vein of its billion-dollar “Pirates of the Caribbean” series.

John Davis and John Fox will produce via Davis Entertainment; Beau Flynn will produce with his FlynnPictureCo. banner; and Johnson, Dany Garcia, and Hiram Garcia will produce through Seven Bucks Productions. Scott Sheldon is co-producing the movie, which is slated to go into production in May.

Whitehall is a stand-up comedian who created and starred in the hit British sitcom “Bad Education,” which went on to become a feature film. Whitehall also appeared in Garry Marshall’s “Mother’s Day” and has a role in Disney’s upcoming “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms,” directed by Lasse Hallstrom. His stand-up special “Jack Whitehall: At Large” is currently streaming on Netflix. He’s also in production on the Amazon mini-series “Good Omens” and the Netflix series “Travels With My Father” which is also in production. Whitehall is repped by CAA.

Seven Bucks is hot off the heels of its biggest hit to date, “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” which starred Johnson, and was produced by Garcia and Johnson. The movie has grossed almost $1 billion worldwide, including $401.7 million at the domestic box office. Flynn, Johnson, Garcia, and Garcia most recently collaborated on “Rampage” for WB/New Line and “Skyscraper” for Universal. “Rampage” opens on April 13 while “Skyscraper” bows on July 13.
Daydreamer
Edgar Ramirez sarà uno dei cattivi del film. Svelata la trama del film.

Da The Hollywod Reporter

Edgar Ramirez Joins Dwayne Johnson in 'Jungle Cruise' (Exclusive)
Emily Blunt will also star in the feature from 'The Shallows' director Jaume Collet-Serra.

Dwayne Johnson will star in Disney's feature adaptation of its own theme park ride, along with a crew that is currently made up of Emily Blunt and comedian Jack Whitehall.

Jaume Collet-Serra, the filmmaker behind The Shallows and Liam Neeson films such as The Commuter and Non-Stop, will helm the project, which is set in the early 20th century and will take place in the Amazon jungle.

Johnson will play a boat captain who takes his sister (Blunt) and her brother (Whitehall) on a mission to find a tree believed to possess healing powers. Wild animals and a competing German expedition figure into the proceedings.

Ramirez will play a man with a conquistador background who is one of the story's villains.


Beau Flynn, John Davis and John Fox are producing the pic, as are Johnson, Dany Garcia and Hiram Garcia. Scott Sheldon is co-producing.

Jungle Cruise is heading toward a May start and will shoot through the summer. Michael Green, who penned Logan and the latest remake of Murder on the Orient Express, wrote the most recent draft of the script.

Ramirez previously worked with Blunt in The Girl on the Train. The actor appeared in such recent high-profile projects as Netflix's first blockbuster Bright with Will Smith, Gold with Matthew McConaughey and the boxing drama Hands of Stone with Robert De Niro.

Ramirez is repped by CAA, Impression Entertainment and Hirsch Wallerstein.
Daydreamer
Altro cattivo a bordo.

Da Variety

Jesse Plemons Lands Villain Role Opposite Dwayne Johnson in Disney’s ‘Jungle Cruise’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Jesse Plemons is setting sail with Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt in Disney’s “The Jungle Cruise,” sources tell Variety.

Plemons will play one of the film’s villains. As previously announced, Edgar Ramirez and Jack Whitehall are also on board.

Jaume Collet-Serra is directing the movie based on the classic theme park attraction, which operates in several Disney Parks across the globe and takes guests on a guided tour through the rivers of the world. Michael Green (“Logan”) penned the most recent draft of the script, rewritten from screenplay by J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay.

Disney plans to develop the film as a possible franchise in the vein of its billion-dollar “Pirates of the Caribbean” series.

John Davis and John Fox will produce via Davis Entertainment; Beau Flynn will produce with his FlynnPictureCo. banner; and Johnson, Dany Garcia, and Hiram Garcia will produce through Seven Bucks Productions. Scott Sheldon is co-producing the movie, which is slated to go into production in May.

Seven Bucks is hot off the heels of its biggest hit to date, “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” which starred Johnson, and was produced by Garcia and Johnson. The movie has grossed almost $1 billion worldwide, including almost $404 million at the domestic box office. Flynn, Johnson, Garcia, and Garcia most recently collaborated on “Rampage” for Warner Bros./New Line, which just opened to No. 1 at the box office, grossing $155 million worldwide. The duo also worked on this summer’s action tentpole “Skyscraper” at Universal, which bows on July 13.

Plemons most recently appeared in a scene-stealing role in New Line’s “Game Night.” Prior to that, he was in the western thriller “Hostiles.”

Other credits included Steven Spielberg’s “The Post” and Tom Cruise pic “American Made.” Plemons has also been lauded for his work in critically acclaimed shows such as “Breaking Bad,” “Fargo,” “Black Mirror” and “Friday Night Lights.”

He is repped by Talentworks and attorney David Matlof.
Scrooge McDuck
Nell’oceano di sequel e remake questo è sicuramente uno dei film che aspetto LEGGERMENTE di più
Daydreamer
Da The Hollywood Reporter

Paul Giamatti Joins Dwayne Johnson in Disney's 'Jungle Cruise' (Exclusive)

Paul Giamatti, who worked with Dwayne Johnson in the earthquake movie San Andreas, is reteaming with the box-office star for Disney’s Jungle Cruise.

The Oscar nominee and multiple Golden Globe winner has closed a deal to join Johnson and Emily Blunt in the studio’s adventure movie that takes inspiration from its theme park ride. Jesse Plemons, Jack Whitehall and Edgar Ramirez are also on the call sheet.

Jaume Collet-Serra, the filmmaker behind The Shallows and Liam Neeson films such as The Commuter and Non-Stop, will direct the project, which is set in the early 20th century and takes place in the Amazon jungle.

Johnson will play a boat captain who takes his sister (Blunt) and her brother (Whitehall) on a mission to find a tree believed to possess healing powers. Wild animals and a competing German expedition figure into the proceedings.

Giamatti will play a crusty harbormaster.

The movie is heading toward a start later this month and will shoot through the summer.

Beau Flynn, John Davis and John Fox are producing, as are Johnson, Dany Garcia and Hiram Garcia. Scott Sheldon is co-producing.

Giamatti currently stars on Showtime’s Wall Street drama Billions, now in its third season, and recently appeared in the Reed Morano-helmed drama I Think We’re Alone Now. He is repped by UTA.
Daydreamer
Nuova data di uscita: 11 ottobre 2019.

Fonte: Comingsoon.net
Daydreamer
Le riprese, come molti sanno, sono cominciate. La Disney ne da comunicato attraverso le voci dei protagonisti,Johnson e Blunt, che appaiono nei costumi di scena. Le atmosfere del film ricorderanno i film d'avventura, azione e amore "comico/litigioso" quali "All'Inseguimento della pietra verde" con Kathleen Turner e Michael Douglas oppure i vecchi film con Katherine Hepburn e Humphrey Bogart.

Ecco il link
Daydreamer
Primo sguardo a Jack Whitehall (fratello nel film di Emily Blunt) con Johnson.

link
Daydreamer
Riprese terminate. Ecco uno shot dal video di saluto pubblicato su Instagram, da cui cogliamo un primo sguardo al logo del film.

Fra X
Speriamo sia un film divertente anche per gli over-15. XD
Daydreamer
Slittamento di uscita al 24 luglio 2020.

Da Comingsoon.net

Disney’s Jungle Cruise release date moves to 2020

With typical flair, star Dwayne Johnson has announced a new release date for Disney’s live-action Jungle Cruise, starring himself and Emily Blunt. Originally scheduled for October 11, 2019, the film will now come out in the more competitive summer slot of July 24, 2020.[...]
Beast
Sono rammaricato per il rinvio, visto che questo è uno dei pochi progetti originali (non remake) all'orizzonte. Inoltre tutta la pubblicità fatta da Dwayne Johnson su Instagram durante le riprese del film va un po' sprecata
Daydreamer
Da TMZ

DISNEY'S 'JUNGLE CRUISE' MOVIE
COMING OUT SCENE WITH GAY CHARACTER
... But Avoids the Key Word

Disney's 'Jungle Cruise' Has Coming Out Scene with Openly Gay Character
EXCLUSIVE

Disney is making strides by introducing its first openly gay character in the upcoming "Jungle Cruise" movie, which will feature a big coming out scene ... but there's one important step that's missing.
A test screening of the film took place last week -- it'll get a wide release in 2020 -- and sources who attended tell TMZ Disney avoids using the word "gay" when Jack Whitehall's character, McGregor, comes out to Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
We're told, at one point, McGregor has a heart-to-heart with The Rock's lead character, Frank, about dating history ... and McGregor makes it very clear he isn't into ladies. Keep in mind, this flick isn't set in modern times.

McGregor explains to "Frank" his family had tried arranging marriages for him with several women, but he didn't wanna marry any of them -- or any woman, for that matter. He also says Emily Blunt's character, Lily (his sister in the movie), was the only one in his fam to accept him and support him regardless of the "person" he loves.
We're told the scene was well-received by the audience, but the glaring omission of a pronoun to describe McGregor's love interest did not go unnoticed.
Unclear if the scene will make the final cut -- but ya gotta imagine it will, given how significant a move it is for Disney to include a gay character in an action blockbuster.

There was already backlash from the LGBTQ community over Whitehall's casting earlier this summer -- he's a straight guy playing a gay character -- and now, it's obvious Disney's watching its step even closer as it tiptoes into the 21st Century.
One small step for gay representation ... but still plenty to go.
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