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Jungle Cruise

  1. let’s do it again
    Hollywood Can’t Leave Romancing the Stone AloneThe deceptively effortless-seeming Kathleen Turner–Michael Douglas romantic adventure never spawned a franchise, but not for any lack of trying.
  2. sequels
    Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson Get Back in Line for Jungle Cruise 2Disney is already working on a sequel.
  3. the scorpion king
    Why Doesn’t the Rock Get to Make Out More Onscreen?Jungle Cruise doesn’t exactly position Dwayne Johnson as a great romantic lead. But do A-list stars even need to play love interests anymore?
  4. the big hippo
    A Real Jungle Cruise Operator Reviews Jungle CruiseA former Disney World skipper compares his experience on a simulated river cruise to the Rock’s. (Spoiler: They both carried guns.)
  5. the chungle is murder
    What the Hallöchen Are We to Make of Jesse Plemons’s Jungle Cruise Accent?“The chongle is murder.”
  6. box office
    Possible Future Presidential Candidate Attempts to Save American Box OfficeWhether Jungle Cruise can beat the pandemic-era record currently held by Black Widow will come down to The Rock’s ability to put butts in seats.
  7. movie review
    Disney’s Jungle Cruise Is MurderAnd not in the good way.
  8. now streaming
    How Do You Watch Jungle Cruise?Here’s everything you need to know before you hop aboard your couch to stream Disney’s latest film.
  9. trailer mix
    Say Willkommen to German Jesse Plemons in the Jungle Cruise TrailerAnd his bazookas.
  10. backside of water
    Disney Is Finally Updating the Jungle Cruise Ride to Be 100 Percent Less RacistThe changes are expected to be made by the end of this year.
  11. trailer mix
    Jungle Cruise Trailer: If Anyone Can Sell a Movie Based on a Ride, It’s the RockEmily Blunt gets her Evelyn O’Connell moment.
  12. the industry
    Rock to Star in Film Based on Jungle Cruise RideJungle, meet Rock. Rock, Jungle.
  13. the industry
    Disney’s New Movie Merch PlanThe studio is acting fast on plans to greenlight only blockbusters and cheap films with on-the-cusp stars.