Why Jungle Cruise's Producer Is Hopeful for a Disney Film Sequel.

The Jungle Cruise producer Given the support provided by actors Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, Beau Flynn feels optimistic about Jungle Cruise 2.

Following a string of popular ride-to-movie movies like Pirates of the Caribbean and The Haunted Mansion, this one is based on The Jungle Cruise, which debuted at Disneyland.

The movie performed better than most anticipated, earning $221 million at the box office after its early Disney+ release.

Johnson and Blunt were reportedly in talks to return for the sequel, while Jaume Collet-Serra was also slated to return as the film's director, according to a development 

announcement made in August 2021.Producer Beau Flynn expressed his confidence in Jungle Cruise 2's success in an interview with Collider. 

He believes the first film's tremendous chemistry between Johnson and Blunt contributed to its success and will undoubtedly contribute to the success of a sequel.

It's probable that Frank and Lily will embark on another solo expedition in the sequel, one in which they explore the Amazon in search of yet another ancient treasure.

Additionally, the plot might expand on the world and allow for more sequels, possibly even resulting in the development of a broader narrative across a number of films.