In 1995, Robin Williams made the "Jumanji" series world-famous and helped it achieve cult status, which continues to this day. After two modern interpretations in recent years and more than 900 million US dollars in box-office revenue, it is therefore not surprising that a fourth part is now planned. First clues to the plot could already be seen in the credits of "Jumanji: The Next Level" from 2019. In it, one could see how all the video game avatars were pulled into the real world, which opens up countless possibilities for the new "Jumanji" part. Producer Hiram Garcia didn't reveal any more details to Comicbook.com in an interview, though he did announce big plans for the new project. At least when asked if there were already talks with the actors from the past parts, Garcia gave an encouraging answer. Although this is not yet a rock-solid confirmation of the return of Dwayne Johnson, Jack Black and the others, anything else is considered pretty unlikely anyway. An official release date is not yet known at this early stage of production, but we suspect a release towards the end of next year.