Dwayne Johnson is a human boulder but nevertheless even he has a limit to what he can endure, and that is what just happened here on the set of the Jumanji sequel, in the jungles of Hawaii, together with his co-star Kevin Hart. Apparently, they have to be strapped to each other for a few hours at the time due to a plot in the movie, and they comically started to complain about their situation.
New Instagram video that came directly from the set of the Jumanji reboot shows that the Rock has to literally carry around Kevin Hart on his back for several hours at the time, which is clearly very difficult and frustrating. In the video posted we can see that the Kevin is sitting on a makeshift strap tied to Dwayne’s back which makes them both very frustrated. None of us would be able to withstand something like this, and it’s clear that they are both struggling but for their love of acting and comedy they managed to triumph over the pain and kept shooting.
The Jumanji reboot as I already mentioned is being filmed in the jungles of Hawaii which must have set it own palette of challenges. If you are a movie buff, then you noticed that Johnson and Hart had become a sought out comedy duo, mostly because of the recent anti-bully action comedy Central Intelligence. This will be the second movie for both of them in which they are starring comedy role.
If you saw the original Jumanji movie back in 1995 (or recently), then you probably know that it is about a mystical board game that released all kind of jungle horrors once you start playing it and that its lead actor back then was now late Robin Williams that passed away August 11, 2014. The movie was based on a children’s book that had the same name and was written by Chris Van Allsburg. The new Jumanji is directed by Jake Kasdan and stars Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Karen Gillan and Jack Black, and even better news is that you can expect it in theaters near you on July 28, 2017.