DIRECTED BY JAKE KASDAN

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle 2017

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

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Starring

Dwayne Johnson
Dwayne Johnson
Jack Black
Jack Black
Karen Gillan
Karen Gillan
Madison Iseman
Madison Iseman
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Character
Bethany
Rhys Darby
Nigel
Bobby Cannavale
Van Pelt
Alex Wolff
Young Spencer
SerDarius Blain
Young Fridge
Young Bethany
Morgan Turner
Young Martha
Sean Buxton
Jogger
Mason Guccione
Gamer
Marin Hinkle
Spencer's Mom
Tracey Bonner
Fridge's Mom
Najah Jackson
Girl in Car
Natasha Charles Parker
Bethany's Mom
Kat Altman
Lucinda
Maribeth Monroe
Teacher
Missi Pyle
Coach Web
Michael Shacket
Fussfeld
Jamie Renell
Male Gym Teacher
Marc Evan Jackson
Principal Bentley
Carlease Burke
Miss Mathers
Jason New
Bivouac Biker
William Tokarsky
Bread Vendor
Kid at Bazaar
Tait Fletcher
Scorpion Recipient
Stephen Dunlevy
Transportation Shed Guard
Rob Mars
Transportation Shed Guard
John Jacob Anderson
Science Teacher
Darian Baker
High School Jock
Ryan Baughman
Boy #1
Na Bil
Bazaar kid
Jb Blaine
Boyfriend
Matt Bolick
Bazaar Patron
Maiya Boyd
Cute Bazaar Kid
Matthew A. Chapman
Jogger
Jeffery Clarke
Bazaar Patron
Darion Costley
Student
Sarah Fawaz
Eccentric Woman
Martin Feigen
Neighbor
Gavrielle Anne Fontanilla
Bazaar Tribal Vendor
Juan Gaspard
The Spy
Tahseen Ghauri
Bazaar Vendor
Adult Alex
David Huegin
Butcher
Sylvia Jefferies
Jogger's Wife
Brian Kayode-Patrick Johnson
High School Teacher / Bazaar Patron
Jemarko Jones
Neighbor
Leeza Jones
Bazaar Patron
Demetri Landell
High School Student
Westley LeClay
Gator Dragoon
John Archer Lundgren
Knife Vendor
Marquis Magwood
Bazaar Patron
Anthony Javaid Mallik
Demobazza
Tim Matheson
Old Man Vreeke
Oji Miller-Fernandes
High School Student
Kevin Montgomery
High School Student
Joel Nathaniel
Gym Student
Virginia Newcomb
Alex's Wife
Demetrice Nguyen
Vendor
Kelly Nguyen
High School Student
Maddie Nichols
Kid #2
Max Ortiz Jr.
Dragoon / Raven
Ruben Owen
Gym Student
Danny Pardo
Bazaar Vendor
Cory Michael Peeler
High School Gym Student
Ashley Reddy
Kid #3
Tad Sallee
Skater Punk
Daniel Salyers
High School Student
Tyler Stormant
Letterman
Ivory J. Taylor
Gym Student
Corey Jason Thomas
Bazaar Patron
Crichton Uale
Turtle Dragoon
William Walker
High School Administrator
Ted Williams
Gypsy Cowboy
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 119 minutes (1 hrs 59 mins)
UK BBFC Age Rating:  12 age rating
MPAA Age Rating: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle PG-13 age rating 
UK release date UK release: 20th December 2017
US release date US release: 20th December 2017
Kuwait release date Kuwait release: 21st December 2017
UK total gross
United Kingdom Flag  £37.9 Million
US total gross
United States Flag  $404.6 Million
Global total gross
Global Flag  $959.8 Million
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Good family fun, unexpectedly funny, a good spiritual successor to the original
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£37,921,984
83
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
84

US total gross
$404,572,435
35
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle

Global total gross
$959,806,595
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UK BBFC Certificate: 12
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  • Canada Canada
  • United States United States
UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
2N
£8,154,548
£8,154,548
2▲▼
£5,210,725
£17,835,902
1
£3,895,450
£26,272,798
2
£2,435,626
£29,912,422
5
£1,840,248
£32,478,009
8
£1,219,880
£34,147,183
9
£874,788
£35,343,483
9▲▼
£564,716
£36,117,315
8
£456,414
£37,197,072
13
£287,147
£37,705,852
14
£169,812
£37,921,984
US Box Office Info

Highest US chart position: 44

Weeks on US box office: 1

US Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
44N
$32,264
$404,572,435
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The US box office got off to a good start for the first quarter of the year by which time the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence movie Bad Boys For Life was the surprise top movie, then in March everything changed.

When the pandemic hit hard cinemas closed for 4 months and although there were weekly charts it was mainly from drive in theatres and studios started shifting release dates hoping things would get back to normal by the end of the year.

Tenet opened in August and it was considered Warner Bros. opened it too early and the movie despite taking $58 Million was considered a flop.

Studios have moved their films around even more since cinemas started to re-open and have gone into 2021 or been moved to streaming, but Warner Bros. again have tested the water at the end of the year with Wonder Woman 1984 which got a release on Christams day 2020 at cinemas and on HBO Max.

Disney has bypassed cinema all together on 2 of their potential biggest movie with Mulan going direct to Disney+ (for a premium price) and the Pixar movie Soul released on Christmas Day.

As it stands the top 20 movies in the US took a reasonable $1.6 Billion but compared to 2019 the top 20 took $5.8 Billion.

Here is 5 top grossing movies at the US box office in 2020.

Bad Boys For Life

Starring Will Smith and Martin Lawrence who return as the Miami cop duo in the third in the Bad Boys series.

The movie was a surprise box office hit on its release on 17th January and took $204.5 Million at the US box office making the top movie of the year.

1917

Released on the 10th January (wide, it cam out in 2019 on limited to catch the Oscar deadline) the movie is based during World War one and is film as if it was a continuous single shot.

Despite not winning the best movie Oscar the film took $158 Million at the US box office and is the second best movie of 2020.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

The last movie in the Skywalker Saga was released in 2019 where it took $362.1 Million and was the 6th top movie.

Because of the pandemic the movie managed to be the 3rd best film of 2020 after taking $153 Million.

Sonic the Hedgehog

After going through a strange redesign for its main character Sonic when fan feedback was not too good about his look in the trailer the movie moved to February 14th release date.

The film was a surprise hit and took $146.2 Million at the US box office making it the 4th top movie of 2020.

Jumanji: The Next Level

The sequel movie the 2017 smash hit Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle was released in 2019 where it took $175.4 Million and was the 11th top film in that year.

In 2020 the movie took $142.5 Million and is the 5th top grossing of the year.

See the full US top 20 of 2020

With the first quarter of the year over and most of the cinemas closed across the US it a good time to pause for a moment and take a look at the top film during the first 3 months of 2020.

Bad Boys For Life

Twenty five years after the first teaming of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence first hit cinemas the third film in the buddy cop movie beats all expectations.

The movie was a mega smash at US box office with a total gross of $204 Million, and it was still at cinemas before the close down.

1917

The movie was the hot tip to sweep the Oscars this year before everyone decided Parasite was the better film, but it didn't hurt Sam Mandes War Drama at the box office.

The movie was still a hit and pulled in a very good $158 Million at the US box office.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Despite getting a very mixed reaction from the Star Wars hard core, the much hailed end of the saga movie still pulled in the audiences with over $500 Million in the US box office in total.

In 2020 the movie took and impressive $153 Million.

Sonic the Hedgehog

Despite the early signs suggest this would be a flop the redesign of the main character Sonic pushed it to a $145 Million US gross.

Jumanji: The Next Level

Dwayne Johnsons sequel to the smash hit Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle didn't quite hit the same note but it was still a smash hit taking $141 Million in 2020, it has taken $316 Million in total.

Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)

Warner Bros. were maybe expecting a bit more from the Harley Quinn movie but it still managed a quite respectable $84 Million, no flop but no smash hit.

Little Women

Greta Gerwig's adaptation of the classic novel was praised by critics and audiences alike and took $78 Million in the first quarter of 2020 in the US, it has taken $108 Million in total.

Dolittle

This Robert Downey Jr. vehicle was never going to reach the heights of anything with Iron Man in but the film still did better than expected considering the bad reviews, it took $77 Million.

The Invisible Man

Just creeping in before the American coronavirus shutdown the Universal monster movie took a very respectable $64 Million, its box office run was cut short and the movie is now available on streaming services.

The Call of the Wild

Harrison Ford went back to nature for this down to earth movie which held its own at the box office with a $62 Million total gross, again the movie was still doing well when cinemas closed their doors.

It's the end of the first quarter of 2020, and with cinemas closed in the UK until further notice it seems like a good time to look at the top 10 films of 2020 so far.

1917

Sam Mandes film is by far the top grossing film of 2020 so far, with a total gross of £43 Million it has taken more than double that of the number film.

This is no surprise from the British director, the movie saw tipped for glory at the Oscar but ended up loosing out ot Parasite, still the British public took to the World War II film.

Sonic the Hedgehog

Despite the difficult production and fan feedback for the design of Sonic when the first trailer came out, director Jeff Fowler went back to the drawing board and re-did the central character and it seems to have worked.

The movie ended up grossing a very good £19 Million, far than than was expected.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Despite an amount of disappointment from a section of the Star Wars fan base the last episode of the "Skywalker Saga" did very well over the holiday period, altohugh it is the lowest grossing of the sequel trilogy.

A gross of £18 Million in 2020 adds to the £39 Million taken in December of 2019.

Little Women

Greta Gerwig's adaptation of the Louisa May Alcott classic novel was a fan favourite which took £17.7 Million at the ox office.

Bad Boys For Life

Many people had written this film off before release but the repairing of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence worked and the movie grossed nearly £16 Million at the UK box office.

Dolittle

Another surprise hit as the Robert Downey Jr. movie took £15.8 Million at the box office.

Jumanji: The Next Level

Dwayne Johnson's sequel may not have been the smash Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle was but it still manages a respectable £14.7 Million.

Parasite

Winning the best film Oscar did this South Korean movie wonders as it became the highest grossing foreign language film ever in the UK with a total of £12 Million.

The Gentleman

Guy Ritchie returns to his directiorial roots with this London based gangster movie which took £11.5 Million.

Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)

More was expected from this Harley Quinn movie starring Margot Robbie but the film under performed, it still managed a £8.8 Million total gross.

There is no moving Will Smith and Martin Lawrence from the top of the global box office as thie reunion as the Bad Boys stays at the top for a third weekend, and with a quiet weekend for new releases the top new film is Gretel and Hansel at number 7.

Bad Boys For Life

Beating all expectation before release the Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah directed movie spends its third weekend at the top of the global box office with $48.4 Million from 64 countries.

THe total global gross for the movie is now $290.7 Million and is now by far the top grossing of the series.

1917

Sticking to number 2 this week is Sam Mendes World War movie that swept the BAFTA's last night, it takes $30.5 Million over the weekend from 53 countries.

THe movie, which is expected to do well at next weekends Oscars has a total global gross of $249 Million after 4 weeks of release.

Dolittle

After a poor start the Robert Downey Jr. movie is picking up fans across the globe and this week remains at number 3 with $25.4 Million from 64 countries.

The film has taken a better than expected $126.6 Million globally after 4 weeks of release.

Jumanji: The Next Level

The sequel movie may not have done the number Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle did 2 years ago but the film has still done well, remaining at 4 this week the film takes $11.3 Million from 59 countries for a total of $754.8 after 9 weeks.

Little Women

Falling to 5 this weekend is Greta Gerwig's retelling of the classic novel which takes $10.5 Million from 48 countries for a total gross of $162.8 Million after 5 weeks of release.

This version of the movie has far out grossed all other version by a large margin with the 1995 version directed by Gillian Armstrong coming closest with $50 Million global gross.

Gretel and Hansel

No big new releases this weekend with the top new film this retelling of the Grim fairytale making its debut at number 7 with $7.5 Million from 18 countries.

This weekends box office chart has Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker remaining at the top while The Gentlemen makes its UK debut at number 3.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker

Remaining at the top of the box office this weekend for a third straight weekend is the final Star Wars film directed JJ Abrams which takes £4.3 Million.

This puts the films 3 week total gross at £51.3 Million which is £17 Million behind that of Star Wars: The Last Jedi at the same stage in its box office run.

Star Wars fatigue has clearly set in for many fans, and despite the fact the film has been mostly better received than the previous film its numbers are simply not as good.

There is a small glimmer of hope that maybe the Christmas period slowed down the cinema going audience but I suspect this will end up the lowest grossing of the sequel trilogy.

Jumanji: The Next Level

The Dwayne Johnson and Jack Black starring sequel sits at number 2 this weekend with £3 Million on its 4th weekend of release.

This puts the movies total gross at £28.4 Million which is within a whisker of Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle when it was at the 4 week mark.

The Gentlemen

Director Guy Ritchie hits the box office again in less than 12 months with a London gangster basted movie which makes its debut with £3 Million.

Ritchies last movie was the Disney remake of Aladdin which made its debut with £7 Million, there was no way this was going to equal that but in comparison one of his early films with a similar genre style, Snatch from 2000, had a debut in the same ball park.

Little Women

Greta Gerwig's telling of the classic novel falls to number 4 this weekend with £2.6 Million for a 2 week total gross of £9 Million.

Jojo Rabbit

Director Taika Waititi brings us his latest film which makes its debut at number 5 with £2.4 Million.

A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon

The Aardman animated movie as been on the box office for a 12 week run and is the longest on this weeks box office, it has taken £7 Million on that time.