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Entertainment Dwayne Johnson explains Jungle Cruise's delay

12:00  05 april  2020
12:00  05 april  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has taken to Instagram to reveal why 'Jungle Cruise' has been delayed again.

The 47-year-old actor stars in the upcoming adventure film - which is based on the Disney theme park attraction of the same name - alongside Emily Blunt, and Dwayne has taken to the photo-sharing platform to discuss the decision to delay its release amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Jungle Cruise does seem to be a perfect summer release, and the film will likely benefit from this date push. It' s only rivaled by two untitled projects from the Warner Bros. After his successful stint in Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle in 2017, Dwayne Johnson will play a boat captain in the 1930 s .

Disney' s Dwayne Johnson -led Jungle Cruise movie has been officially pushed back to a 2020 release date. The film is (of course) based on Disneyland' s classic Adventureland theme park attraction, which takes guests on a early 20th century-style riverboat tour around the world' s various jungles .

He shared: "We had some tremendous conversations with ourselves, Seven Bucks [Productions], [and] the Disney leadership team about making sure the parks are fully operational, that Disney cruise lines are fully operational, functional, sailing the oceans [and] delivering the joy to families all around the world as they love doing.

"But more importantly than that ... it was very important that everyone had emotional confidence not only here [in the United States] but also around the world."

Dwayne also revealed he was desperately looking forward to life returning to normal.

Explaining what he meant by "emotional confidence", the Hollywood star - who has 177 million Instagram followers - continued: "That emotional confidence allows us to get our kids back to school [and] feeling good about that, allows us to get back to work [and] feeling good about that, allows our Disney employees [and] our Disney team members to get back to work, too, and spread that joy and happiness as they love doing and are so proud to do."

'Jungle Cruise' was initially scheduled for release in July 2020 - but it's now been moved back to July 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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