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Disney's The Jungle Cruise adds Jack Whitehall to its main cast



Disney's The Jungle Cruise adds Jack Whitehall to its main cast

Jack Whitehall has formally boarded Disney's The Jungle Cruise. 

Assortment affirms that the British comic and on-screen character will star inverse Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt in the up and coming film. Whitehall will depict the sibling of Blunt's character, a "key part" in the general storyline. Extra subtle elements on Whitehall's part are being kept under wraps for the time being. We do, notwithstanding, realize that Johnson will play Frank, apparently, the commander of the voyage, and Blunt is set to star as a traveler named Lily Houghton. 

The Shallows movie producer Jaume Collet-Serra will direct The Jungle Cruise, which depends on the great Disneyland fascination that takes visitors on a guided visit through the streams of the world. Michael Green, the Oscar-assigned screenwriter behind Logan, composed the latest draft of the movie's content, modifying the adaptation penned by Star Trek 4 creatives J.D. Payne and Patrick McKay. 

Similarly, as the organization had finished with its billion-dollar Pirates of the Caribbean film arrangement, likewise given an amusement stop ride, Disney wants to develop The Jungle Cruise as the primary portion in a conceivable establishment. 

Numerous know Whitehall as the maker and star of the British sitcom Bad Education, which later turned into an element film. Whitehall has likewise shown up in Garry Marshall's Mother's Day, and will next be found in Disney's Lasse Hallström-coordinated pic The Nutcracker and the Four Realms. His stand-up comic drama special, Jack Whitehall: At Large, is presently spilling on Netflix. 

The Jungle Cruise doesn't yet have an official presentation date. 


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