The Rock, Kevin Hart savour time on sets of ‘Jumanji’

New Delhi: Adding to the excitement of the fans, Dwayne Johnson shared a whoopee video from the sets of Jumanji as they shoot in New Mexico.

The rock shared the video on his Instagram, where Kevin Hart can be seen relishing a camel ride. The post depicts a petite banter between the two.

The Rock wrote, “My camel training is on point since I rode them for Scorpion King.
But, my son Kevin Hart has no idea what’s coming when his camel is in his “cush” position and goes to stand up.”
As Kevin Hart struggles to manage his ride, Johnson wrote, “I’m not saying I would’ve been happy if he fell off and did an ass up – face down plant directly in the New Mexico dirt… I’m just saying I may have laughed.”

“Hard. Too much with brotha Kev and as always he commits in our movies and goes ALL IN,” he ended the post.

Kevin Hart also shared a ‘behind the shoot’ picture with Dwayne Johnson as they shoot on the Navajo land, and wrote,

“Such an amazing atmosphere here on the Navajo Land….it’s always nonstop laughter on the set of Jumanji with me & my brother The Rock….thank you for welcoming us with open arms “Dine” which means the people.”

‘Jumanji’ is the sequel to the 2017 film ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’.

Dwayne Johnson will be sharing the screen with Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan, Jack Black along with singer Nick Jonas who will be essaying the role of Jefferson ‘Seaplane’ McDonough.

Jake Kasdan will be directing the film. He has co-written the film with Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinker.

‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ was a sequel to the 1995 hit “Jumanji,” starring Robin Williams. Set in the present day, the reboot follows four high school students placed in detention together. The quartet is assigned to the school’s basement and then transported into the Jumanji board game after they activate the discarded game.

The film will be premiered on December 13, 2019.

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