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Jake Kasdan, director of the current Jumanji franchise in theaters, gave a recent interview to the portal Collider, in which he was asked about the fourth film in the saga (and the third of his work).
To the reporter, he confirms that the new film had already started to be developed, but the discussions had to be delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic and, now, they wait for the situation to stabilize before returning to business.
Check out Kasdan’s full answer:
“We are just starting to talk about all of this, and the truth is that we have barely started. We were entering the conversation before this global calamity and we will reactivate it as soon as everyone settles in. We all enjoy working together and we love doing it. For me, thing that has always been more critical when talking about a sequence, first in the first film and now in the possibility of another sequence. to love the idea the same way. So I think there will be a third party and it’s just the first few days to try to figure out what it would be. “
Kasdan drove Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2018) and Jumanji – Next Phase (2020), which featured Karen Gillan, Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black and Kevin Hart in the main cast, and who are expected to return for the third film – yet to be released.
In the meantime, read more about Jumanji at Cinema10.