Disney+ subscribers can look forward to a new movie on a new ride in a new land in a new trailer. The new trailer, which debuted during the Disney+ D23 Expo this evening, showcases a new Jungle Cruise adventure that will debut this summer on Disney+ in the United States.

Fans of the beloved “Rock” reference will be delighted to hear that Disney just released a new trailer for the new “Jungle Cruise” movie premiering on Disney+ this month. The trailer showcases some of the best footage from the upcoming film and shows off the movie’s plot, which takes place on a new cruise ship where five passengers find themselves trapped on board when their expedition goes awry. The group must band together to escape the ship.

The new trailer for the upcoming Disney+ show takes the theme park ride, Rock n Roller Coaster, and brings it into the 21st century. The main character, a brash, street-smart teenager named Remy, is shown navigating through the park’s iconic Lost River Falls attraction. The ride itself is shown as something of a metamorphosis as it transforms into a high-tech roller coaster. (The trailer is below, without the spoilers of course.)

Ahead of its release in theaters and on Disney+ this summer, Jungle Cruise has a new trailer and poster. The film, starring Dwayne Scala Johnson and Emily Blunt, premieres on the 30th. July scheduled. It will be viewable the same day on Disney+ with Premier Access. You can watch the new official trailer below.

The screenplay for Jungle Cruise is based on a story by John Norville, Josh Goldstein, Glenn Ficarra and John Rekwa and was written by Ficarra, Rekwa and Michael Green. Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra (Shallow Water, The Commuter). In addition to Johnson and Blunt, the film stars Edgar Ramirez (Unleashed), Jack Whitehall (Bad Parenting), Jesse Plemons (Breaking Bad) and Paul Giamatti (Billions).

APPROPRIATE: Jungle Cruise with The Rock will be released this summer on Disney+ Premier Access and in theaters.

The film is produced by John Davis and John Fox of Davis Entertainment; Dwayne Johnson, Hiram Garcia and Dani Garcia of Seven Bucks Productions; and Bo Flynn of Flynn Picture Co, with Scott Sheldon and Doug Merrifield as executive producers.

Jungle Cruise is based on the famous Disneyland attraction. According to the official tagline, the film is an adventurous and exciting journey through the Amazon with witty skipper Frank Wolff (Johnson) and intrepid explorer Dr. Lily Houghton (Blunt). Lily leaves London, England to travel to the Amazon jungle and enlists the dubious services of Frank to pilot her down the river in his dilapidated but charming boat La Quila.

Lily is determined to discover an ancient tree with unimaginable healing powers that could change the future of medicine. The unlikely duo embarks on this epic journey together, facing countless dangers and supernatural forces lurking in the treacherous beauty of the lush rainforest. But when the secrets of the lost tree are revealed, the stakes for Lily and Frank become even higher, and their fate – and that of humanity – hangs in the balance.

Dwayne Johnson and director Jaume Collet-Serra are teaming up again for a big project. They are currently working on Black Adam, a superhero film for Warner Bros. Collet-Serra directs the film, which stars Noah Centineo, Aldis Hodge, Sarah Shahi, Quintessa Swindell and Pierce Brosnan. This movie comes out almost a year after Jungle Cruise, and Black Adam is scheduled for release on the 29th. Premiere in July 2022.

Johnson’s co-star Emily Blunt will also be seen in another major role for the big screen premiere of Jungle Cruise this summer. The 28th. In May, John Krasinski’s horror sequel A Quiet Place Part II will premiere, with Blunt reprising his role from the original film. The film will also be available for streaming on Paramount+ 45 days after its premiere. Written and directed by Krasinski, the film also stars Cillian Murphy, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe and Djimon Hounsou.

Jungle Cruise comes to theaters on July 30. At the same time, the film will be released the same day via Disney+ with $30 preview admission. This comes after several years of significant delays, as the film was originally scheduled for a 2019 release. After being delayed until 2020, it has been delayed again this year due to the pandemic. In any case, expectations are high. The new official trailer comes from The Rock’s official YouTube page.

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