Disney’s Jungle Cruise Drops Two New Trailers To Give Even More Rock

By | June 30, 2021

The Rock’s upcoming Jungle Cruise movie was stunted by the pandemic and the release date was pushed back a couple of times. Fans are about to finally see the latest incarnation of a cinematic version for a classic Disney World ride.

The movie will drop on Disney+ and in theaters on July 30th. The Rock and Emily Blunt look to light up the screen in this comedy action adventure from Disney. Now there are two new trailers to help excite fans. One of them is especially for fans of Dwayne Johnson.

One month prior to the film dropping on a massive level, Disney put out two trailers to show the different points of view of The Rock and Emily Blunt’s characters. These trailers are different, but they are also involved in the same story. We will have to see how fans react to the final release, but these trailers give a good guideline about what to expect.

Set in the early 20th century, this plot features a riverboard captain named Frank, played by The Rock. He gets British scientist, Dr. Lily Houghton, Emily Blunt, and her brother McGregor Houghton, Jack Whitehall, to go with him on an adventure they won’t soon forget.

Édgar Ramírez, Jesse Plemons, and Paul Giamatti also co-star in this upcoming film. It looks like quite an adventure and now fans will have even more action to help get them excited for this upcoming addition to the Disney catalog.

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