4 Jan – After a long silence following news that there will indeed be a fourth instalment of "Jumanji", producer Hiram Garcia recently assured that the movie is definitely happening.
The producer, who is the President of Production at Dwayne Johnson's Seven Bucks Productions, shared that they have a big vision for the fourth film, which is also the third instalment of Dwayne Johnson's "Jumanji" sequel.
"We just were discussing the pitch the other day. We're bringing it into Sony shortly. But that movie's going to happen. It's going to happen after "Red One"," he said, referring to Johnson's upcoming Christmas film.
"But that timing actually works out well with all of the actors scheduled anyway. As you can imagine, Kevin is super busy doing a million things, just like DJ is. All of the actors are super busy. So the timing is going to work out great, but we have a really great pitch for the movie we're about to bring into the studio, probably going to get a script written soon. Sometime after "Red One", Jumanji's going to be on deck once it's ready to go, and we have a really big vision for that movie."
The "Jumanji" sequel series of films, which started with "Welcome to the Jungle" released in 2017, boasted a star-studded cast that includes Kevin Hart, Jack Black, Karen Gillan, and Nick Jonas. Directed by Jake Kasdan, the second film was released two years later with the addition of Awkwafina, Danny DeVito, and Danny Glover among others.