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Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (alternately known as "JUMANJI 2") is a sequel to the original 1995 film. The story follows four high school students who discover "JUMANJI", which has reformed itself as a video game.


Actor Character
Dwayne Johnson Dr. Smolder Bravestone
Alex Wolff Spencer Gilpin
Jack Black Professor Shelly Oberon
Madison Iseman Bethany Walker
Kevin Hart Franklin "Mouse" Finbar
Ser'Darius Blain Anthony "Fridge" Johnson
Karen Gillan Ruby Roundhouse
Morgan Turner Martha Kaply
Nick Jonas Seaplane McDonough
Colin Hanks, Mason Guccione Alex Vreeke
Bobby Cannavale Russell Van Pelt
Rhys Darby Nigel Billingsley
Marc Evan Jackson Principal Bentley
Tim Matheson (uncredited) / Sean Buxton Old Man Vreeke/ Jogger #1
Maribeth Monroe Teacher
Missi Pyle Coach Webb
Carlese Burke as Miss Mathers

Official Site

Meet the Avatars

The geekiest kid in school just became the biggest, buffest adventurer you've ever seen, but he'll learn that true courage and confidence can't be programmed.


  • Fearless
  • Speed
  • Climbing
  • Smouldering Intensity
  • Boomerang


  • None

The coolest girl in school just got a harsh reality check. Trapped in the body of an overweight, middle-aged man, her looks are no longer her greatest asset.


  • Cartography
  • Archeology
  • Palaeontology


  • Endurance

When this intimidating athlete is cut down to size, he'll adjust to being the supporting player instead of the star, and discover his strength isn't his most powerful weapon.


  • Zoologist
  • Expert Weapons Valet


  • Cake
  • Strength
  • Speed

The girl next door is instantly transformed into a drop-dead gorgeous bombshell. Can she embrace her new look and still stay true to herself?


  • Karate
  • T'ai Chi
  • Jui-Jitsu
  • Dance Fighting


  • Venom

Parrish Treehouse 360

On the official website of Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, browsers can view a 360-degree tour of Alan's Jungle Treehouse. Using the mouse to examine the Porch, Bedroom and Kitchen, browsers are given the optional mission to scan the treehouse to reach for six hidden items around the treehouse to view clips from the film and select the original "JUMANJI" board game's portraits for biographies of the four video game avatars.

Treehouse items:

  • 1. Map of the Treehouse
  • 2. Alan Parrish's Journal
  • 3. Elephant Game Piece
  • 4. Finbar's Binoculars
  • 5. Seaplane's Margarita
  • 6. Jewel (Hidden item)

Portrait Biographies:

  • (Porch) 1. Van Pelt: Spencer Gilpin = Dr. Smolder Bravestone
  • (Porch) 2. Rhinoceros: Anthony "Fridge" Johnson = Franklin "Mouse" Finbar
  • (Bedroom) 3. Monkey: Bethany Walker = Prof. Shelly Oberon
  • (Kitchen) 4. Elephant: Martha Kaply = Ruby Roundhouse

Rhino Run

Escape "JUMANJI" by running through fixed routes of randomised hazards and collect gems by pressing the keyboard arrows or touch screen to move left or right. The more levels the avatar progresses through, the faster the speed will become and hazards will be harder to avoid. Collecting powerups will enable the avatar to ride an Elephant for brief periods and render them invincible.



  • Dr. Smolder Bravestone = Boomerang
  • Prof. Shelly Oberon = Map
  • Franklin "Mouse" Finbar = Pic-Axe
  • Ruby Roundhouse = Stereo


Main Article: Jumanji: The Next Level

On June 27th 2018, Dwayne Johnson release a teaser for a new "JUMANJI" movie, with the tagline "The game is not over." The film was titled Jumanji: The Next Level, and was released on December 13th, 2019. [1]

Video Game

Main Article: Jumanji: The Video Game

In 2019, Jumanji: The Video Game was announced for release later in the year. It features the in-game avatar from Welcome to the Jungle as playable characters.


  • Out of respect to the late Robin Williams, his character Alan Parrish from the original movie is referenced, showing a shelter he built and lived in during his 26-year imprisonment in "JUMANJI". Also, one of the game's clues is an Elephant idol that resembles the old game board elephant token which Alan used in the 1995 film.
    • When "JUMANJI" is taken to the Vreeke House, the film's score includes a snippet of the 1995 film's "menacing child's play" score. This can be seen as a respectful tribute to the late James Horner who composed the original film's score.
  • Just like it's 1995 predecessor, as the film credits draw to a close, "JUMANJI" drumbeats can be heard, indicating that the game will return to be played again.
  • The film's composer, Henry Jackman composed the soundtrack for the game Uncharted 4: A Thief's End. A poster for the game can be seen in Spencer's room.
  • Despite playing teens in the movie, three of the actors are actually all grown up.
    • Alex Wolff and Madison Iseman each became a full-fledged adult, months before the film was released.
    • Ser'Darius Blain (born on March 10, 1987) was 8 when the original came out, 30 when this film premiered in theaters, and was 31 when it was released on home video.
    • Morgan Turner is the only natural teenager who worked on the film.
  • This is the last Jumanji film to include the 1967 MPAA logo in the end credits; the following sequel would eventually include the 2019 MPA logo in the end credits.
  • Jack Black and Colin Hanks previously starred in the 2005 remake of "King Kong".


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