‘JUNGLE CRUISE’: DWAYNE JOHNSON ANNOUNCES THE PREMIERE DATE IN SALAS AND DISNEY +

When Disney has decided to make movies based on some of its most famous theme park attractions, the box office has responded, it certainly has!

This time, and almost two years late from its first date announced for Jungle Cruise October 2019, the adventure experienced in ‘Jungle Cruise’ is the protagonist of a new adaptation directed by Jaume Collet-Serra (‘The orphan’, ‘Hell blue’).

With Quim Gutiérrez and Dani Rovira as surprise signings, the great assets of the production are its two protagonists, Emily Blunt and the enormous Dwayne Johnson, who has decided to pause his training to announce that the film has a new official release date, on July 30, and that same day can be seen in theaters or on Disney + through premium access at an additional cost.

The unpredictable Captain Frank Wolff and the intrepid researcher Dr. Lily Houghton are the characters that they embody in the film of which we already have an official synopsis:

“Lily travels from London to the Amazon rainforest and hires Frank’s questionable services to guide her downstream on La Quila, her ramshackle but charming boat. Lily’s mission is to find an ancient tree with unprecedented healing powers that could change the future of medicine. In this epic quest, the strange couple must face all kinds of dangers and supernatural forces hidden in the deceptive beauty of the lush rainforest. But as the secrets of the lost tree become known, Lily and Frank will face all kinds of difficulties. We will see how the destiny of him and also he of humanity hang by a thread ”.

With Edgar Ramírez, Jack Whitehall, Jesse Plemons and Paul Giamatti completing the cast of familiar faces, we are just over two months away from embarking on what may be one of the most entertaining adventures of the summer.