This is how Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson celebrate the end of the shooting of the new Disney movie. The filming of the new Disney real action film Jungle Cruise has come to an end. This is what the protagonists of the film have announced in a video published by the official Twitter account of Walt Disney Studios.
jungle Cruise is based on one of the attractions of the famous theme park that consists of an adventure that directs the public through a mixture of African locations such as the Nile River and the Congo River, discovering rhinos and hippos along the way.
The video features Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson saying goodbye to the shoot along with the cast and crew of the film. You can see it below:
"It’s very bittersweet to have something so uniquely special come to an end — but myself and my one and only virtuoso, Emily Blunt proudly say, that’s an official wrap of our epic Disney's @JungleCruise."
(via @therock) pic.twitter.com/6p3iyguaXp
— Walt Disney Studios (@DisneyStudios) September 14, 2018
Johnson gives life to a captain of a ship that takes his sister (Blunt) and his brother ( Jack Whitehall ) on a mission to find a tree that is believed to possess healing powers. On their way, they will encounter several problems to reach him, such as a German expedition that seeks the same and led by Edgar Ramírez. Its premiere is scheduled for October 11, 2019.
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