Entertainment Jumanji sequel will tell us what happened to Robin Williams's character

15:11  13 october  2017
15:11  13 october  2017 Source:   International Business Times

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Jumanji : Welcome to the Jungle will directly address what happened to Williams ' lead character from the 1995 children' s cult classic.

Jumanji sequel will tell us what happened to Robin Williams ' s character . Jumanji : Welcome to the Jungle will directly address what happened to Williams ' lead

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Robin Williams ’ s beloved character Alan Parrish will be a major presence in the Jumanji sequel . He built up a full-blown jungle house, similar to a Swiss Family Robinson situation. “It’s like he’s there helping us without actually being there.”

The Rock's ' Jumanji ' Sequel is All Jungle, All the Time. Well, we don’t know, but we ’re pretty sure the answer is Jumanji — and this time, the crew is in the game. It’s what happened to Robin Williams ’ s character in the 1995 Jumanji movie.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle will directly explain what happened to Robin Williams' character from the original 1995 film. The new movie is a sequel and reboot starring Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and Kevin Hart.

Welcome to the Jungle replaces the original's magical board game - which allowed a stampede of animals into the real world - with a video game which absorbs the film's human stars into it, casting them as in-game avatars.

These avatars are played by Johnson, Hart, Jack Black and former Doctor Who star Karen Gillan, who explained the film's connection to the original to Collider.

Jumanji Robin Williams © TriStar Pictures Jumanji Robin Williams "Well I've always wondered where Robin Williams' character [Alan Parrish] went for all of that time in the first one," she said, referring to Parrish being absorbed by Jumanji for 26 years. "It was sort of left to the imagination a little.

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Jack Black Reveals How the ‘ Jumanji ’ Sequel Will Pay Tribute to Robin Williams . “ We ’re exploring this jungle and trying to conquer the game; it’ s life or death. But while we ’re there, we find clues left behind by [ Williams ’ character Alan Parrish].

Jumanji Sequel Will Honor To Robin Williams In The Sweetest Way. " We ’re exploring this jungle and trying to conquer the game; it’ s life or death," Black told The Hollywood Reporter. "But while we ’re there, we find clues left behind by [ Williams ’ character Alan Parrish].

"That's where this film comes in, we get to see exactly where he went and what it feels like and what it looks like I guess that's the biggest difference."

When the new film's characters are suckered into the Jumanji video game, they'll explore the same world where Parrish spent those 26 years and presumably find what he got up to during that time.

They'll do so as the game's avatars, with Alex Wolff's nerdy kid becoming hulking adventurer Dr Smolder Bravestone (The Rock), Madison Iseman's most popular girl in school becoming Professor Shelly Oberon (Black), Ser'Darius Blain's high school sports star as zoologist Franklin Finbar (Hart) and Morgan Turner's nervous girl as commando Ruby Roundhouse (Gillan).

The film also stars Nick Jonas as the in-game guide and Bobby Cannavale as the film's antagonist.

The original became a cult childhood favourite in the 90s and starred a young Kirsten Dunst opposite Williams, Bonnie Hunt and Jonathan Hyde.

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Robin Williams ' ‘ Jumanji ' Character Will Live On In The Upcoming Sequel . We 're exploring this jungle and trying to conquer the game; it' s life or death. But while we 're there, we find clues left behind by [ Williams ' character Alan Parrish].

The late Robin Williams played a key figure in the original 1995 film Jumanji , and it looks like his character will have a part in the sequel too. "It’ s like he’ s there helping us without actually being there.” RELATED: Matt Damon Reveals How Robin Williams Changed His Life.

It was one of the most beloved films of the comic actor's career. Williams sadly took his own life in 2014 at the age of 63.

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle will be released on 20 December 2017.

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FUNNY BEGINNINGS: <p>Born July 21, 1951, to a former model and a Ford Motor Company executive, Chicago native Robin Williams began his showbiz career inside his own home, where he'd make his mother laugh by doing impressions of his grandmother, according to the AP.</p> Remembering Robin Williams: His Life in Pictures

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