Jumanji 4 Release Date: Who Will Return in the Cast? When is it Releasing? All Details Below

When Will Jumanji 4 Be Released? Who Will Return in the Cast?

The Jumanji movies are among Hollywood’s most popular blockbusters, so making a sequel after another sequel sounds like a decent idea.

Dwayne Johnson and the rest of the actors starred in the 2017 picture ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,’ which made over $800 million worldwide.

After the first film’s success, a sequel, ‘Jumanji: The Next Level,’ was released two years later. There are now three Jumanji films if you count the original fantasy picture from 1995.

The 2019 film grossed $800 million worldwide, and we all assumed that a sequel would follow, especially because The Next Level’s last moments teased a sequel that we’d love to see.

However, progress on the fourth Jumanji film has been slow, and we’re still no closer to seeing it. Producer Hiram Garcia assured everyone in August 2021 that there will be a sequel; all we have to do now is wait.



We expect Dwayne Johnson, Karen Gillan, Kevin Hart, and Jack Black to reprise their respective gaming avatar roles because their performances were so vital to the film’s success.

Alex Wolff, Madison Iseman, Ser’Darius Blain, and Morgan Turner all played unfortunate characters in the previous two films, so they’ll very certainly return to mend the catastrophe that happened at the end of the second.

Nick Jonas and Awkwafina, as Jefferson ‘Seaplane’ McDonough and Ming Fleetfoot, respectively, as well as Colin Hanks as Alex Vreeke, may return.

Danny DeVito played Spencer’s (Wolff) grandfather Eddie in the second season, so we’re not ruling out the possibility of him returning.


Many plot details are unknown because the film is still in its early stages. However, we may be able to extrapolate some information from the ending of ‘The Next Level.’

The sequel ends with the Jumanji gaming world entering the real world, just like the original 1995 film.

In the real world, Dr. Smolder Bravestone and the other explorers might be able to join them.

Will they be able to function in the real world on their own, or will Spencer and his friends once again have to take control and use them as avatars?

We truly hope for the latter. It would be amazing to see the avatars work together to fix the matter with Spencer and the other gamers.

Wolf is also devoted to bringing the Jumanji avatars and characters together in real life.

“That has to take place. That would be fantastic. That is something I would like. Yes, it would appear to be a complete circle. “Returning to reality,” Wolff said, according to The Hollywood Reporter.



Because the first and second films were both released in December, the third feature is projected to arrive in December as well.

“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” was released in theatres on December 20, 2017, followed by “Jumanji: The Next Level” on December 13, 2019.

If the past two films are any indication, the third season will be released in December 2022.

However, the film was still in its early stages of development as of April 2021, therefore a release date of 2022 is excessively optimistic.

“We’re just starting to talk about all of the stuff, and the fact is we’ve just started [on the picture],” Kasdan told Collider in April 2021.

Before the outbreak, the director stated that they will “re-engage it as soon as everyone is calm.”

Hiram Garcia, Dwayne Johnson’s co-producer, informed Collider in August 2021 that the picture is still in the works.

“It’s on its way!” “We’re putting in a lot of effort to give that story the finest possible treatment,” Garcia added.

“When you have a third chance to reconstruct a squad, you want to demolish it.” While expanding on the Jumanji premise, we must provide something important to the audience. So our writers, director Jake Kasdan, and producer Matt Tolmach are digging deep.”

According to producer Hiram Garcia, filming on ‘Red One’ will wrap in December 2021.

Is there any footage from Jumanji 4 yet?

Of course, given the picture hasn’t yet begun filming – or been formally confirmed – it’ll be a while. Sorry for the inconvenience.