In Jumanji: The Next Level, the gang is back but the game has changed. As they return to rescue one of their own, the players will have to brave parts unknown from arid deserts to snowy mountains, to escape the world's most dangerous game.
WWE superstar Roman Reigns (Joe Anoa'i) played Luke Hobbs' (Dwayne Johnson's) brother in this movie, but in reality, they are cousins. Roman and Dwayne announced this on their respective Instagram pages. See more »
In the scene where a hand grenade is used as a booby trap in Shaw's sister apartment, we see the pin get pulled and the lever separate from the grenade. A few seconds later Shaw put the pin back in the grenade "making it safe." That's not how grenades work. It would have blown up in his hands as the primer would have been activated. See more »
UK Police Leader:
All right, touchdown in two. Rules of engagement: electric rounds only. MI6 wants him alive for questioning. The target's in a metal coffer. Every agency and terror cell is looking for it.
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Dialogue continues under the first part of the closing credits. See more »
What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object?
That is a bit what the two stars are supposed to be. Though don't ask me who is who - if you insist I'd say Statham is the unstoppable force and Dwayne the immovable object. Which would make sense, since he is the Rock ... Ok kidding aside now, we know this unlikely team made waves in the last Fast and Furious movie andwas the best thing about it. At least the funniest thing about it.
So if you liked that and you came for more of the same, you will be treated that way. And you should not expect anything other than just silly action and all that accompanies that. Idris Elba has quite the appearance early on, but cannot add to that after that. He is just a stepping stone - I'm being a bit unfair. He has quite a few moments. Still overall you might be a bit disappointed in his character - but an obvious continuation of Hobbs and Shaw might shed some light on that (who am I kidding it made enough money for them to continue with this)
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