Emily Blunt and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson search for legendary tree with healing powers in new action-packed trailer for Jungle Cruise
The adventure awaits viewers of the upcoming Disney movie Jungle Cruise.
A new trailer for the film teases all the action to come for stars Emily Blunt, 38, and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, 49, who both set out to find a legendary tree of healing powers along the Amazon.
The pair set sail on a boat that has seen better days, where wild animals, scary creatures and even torpedoes await them.
This is no ordinary cruise! A new trailer for the upcoming adventure movie Jungle Cruise starring Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Emily Blunt has been released
‘You want to kill everything you see. And you can, ‘informs Frank (The Rock) as they sail down the river.
Indeed, the pair must fight against enemies of a supernatural nature and even a leopard attacking Frank.
Mother Nature isn’t quite on their side either, when the group is about to fall from a raging waterfall.
“Do you want to return?” Frank asks his travel companion, Dr. Lily Houghton (Emily).
Set sail: the couple is looking for a legendary tree with healing powers
Warning: ‘Everything you see, you want to kill. And that is possible, ‘Frank tells his travel companion
Choppy Waters Ahead: The boat staggers dangerously close to the edge of a waterfall
Fierce: An enraged leopard falls on Frank
“No, I just started!” she shoots back.
Lily is clearly not deterred by the danger that awaits us.
The doctor bravely zip lines across the river with no harness on, and explores a mysterious cave with a torch lighting the way.
The danger lies ahead: the duo faces enemies of a supernatural nature
We leave: the doctor bravely zip lines across the river with no harness on
Explorers: Lily ventures into a mysterious cave with a torch lighting the way
As their adventure progresses, they are confronted by a man in a submarine firing a torpedo in their direction.
While the missile is fired in their direction, they manage to avoid a catastrophe by making the ship jump over an entire building.
Based on the Disneyland ride of the same name, Jungle Cruise’s release date has been pushed back several times, in part due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Oh oh! As their adventure progresses, they are confronted by a man in a submarine who fires a torpedo in their direction
Fleeing: While the missile is fired in their direction, they manage to avoid catastrophe by jumping the ship over an entire building
Family affair: In the film, Jack Whitehall also plays Lily’s brother, McGregor Houghton
Initially, the film was scheduled for release in October 2019, before being pushed back to June.
The feature was further delayed to its current release date in response to the onset of the global pandemic.
Fans can now watch the film when it premieres in both theaters and on Disney + with Premier Access on July 30, 2021, according to Deadline.
Huge: the ship navigates the peaceful waters of the Amazon River
Coming soon: The film is now scheduled for release on July 30, 2021 and will debut in both theaters and on Disney + with Premier Access, according to Deadline.