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Dwayne Johnson thanks 'Jumanji: Next Stage' team in new post;

by Ace Damon
Dwayne Johnson thanks 'Jumanji: Next Stage' team in new post;

'Jumanji: Next Stage' has debuted in international theaters and, after breaking box office recodes and making a considerable noise among critics, star Dwayne Johnson made a new post on his official Instagram thanking the crew and cast.

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"[…] is our final stop to recognize and enlighten ALL who worked endlessly for the movie – from our cast, directors, pre and post producers to the hundreds of Sony employees around the world – who gave their to deliver something special to the public, "says the caption.

The film was premiered in Brazil until January 16.

Check out the main reviews:

"Remember when Scorsese recently ridiculed box office hits for having no connection to the real human psyche? He was talking about that kind of movie." – Times.

"Again, this is a joke movie, but for the time of the scene, this joke still has some ramifications, especially with such charming stars" – Tribune News Service.

"There's nothing new here. It looks like they took old people's jokes and gave up" – rachelreviews.net.

"Even if 'Next Stage' doesn't set a new record, it still proves that the franchise still has a lot of life" – Entertainment Weekly.

"Bigger, but not necessarily better, this inevitable sequel fails to steer the star franchise in any significant new directions." – Cinemalogue.

"Everything is undeniably silly, but satisfying in a way that only blockbusters can" – Seattle Times.

"'Jumanji: Next Stage' is a movie the whole family will enjoy. It's a lively, hilarious adventure and delivers on everything it promises, never taking it too seriously." – ComicBook.com.

The gang is back, but this time, the game has changed. As they return to Jumanji to rescue one of their own, they discover that nothing is as it seems. Players will have to break through unknown and unexplored parts, from barren deserts to snow-capped mountains, all to escape the most dangerous game in the world.

The cast features the return of Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, Karen Gillan, Ser'Darius Blain, Alex Wolff, Madison Iseman, Morgan Turner, Awkafina, Danny DeVito, and Danny Glover.

Dwayne Johnson thanks 'Jumanji: Next Stage' team in new post;


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