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Jumanji film to be created by Yakko Warner. It will appear on Google Drive in the near future.

PlotEdit

In 1869, two boys bury a chest near Bradford, New Hampshire. When one boy asks what will happen if someone unearths it, the other replies "May God have mercy on his soul." The sound of tribal drums is heard as the boys ride away.

A century later, in 1969, 12-year-old Alan Parrish flees on his bicycle from a gang of bullies, then runs into his father Sam's shoe factory, where he meets his friend Carl Bentley, one of Sam's employees. When Alan accidentally damages a shoe that Carl designed, Carl takes the blame and loses his job. Outside the factory, after the bullies beat him up and steal his bike, Alan follows the sound of tribal drumbeats into a construction site and finds the buried chest, which contains a board game called "Jumanji".

After taking the game home, Alan has an argument with his father, who wants to send him to boarding school. Alan prepares to run away, but his friend Sarah Whittle, who is the lead bully's girlfriend, arrives with Alan's bicycle. Alan and Sarah accidentally begin a game of Jumanji, which behaves strangely: When a player rolls the dice, the player's piece moves itself and a message appears on the board. The goal is to reach the center of the board and say "Jumanji". On their first two moves, Alan and our Jungle Friends are sucked into the board and Sarah is attacked by African bats. The message for Alan's move was In the jungle you must wait, until the dice read five or eight. This means they are trapped in the Jumanji jungle forever. They will be freed when a player rolls a five or an eight, Sarah abandons the game but Alan dosen't know that the board it's one of the Diabolical Plans of who uses the game to capture all the souls for his friends from the other side.

Twenty-six years later, in 1995, Judy and Peter Shepherd move into the Parrish house with their aunt Nora after losing their parents in a car accident in Canada. They hear Jumanji's drumbeats and find the board game in the attic. When they begin playing, they are attacked by giant mosquitoes, pack of wolves and crazed reddish-orange/brown monkeys. The instructions say things will return to normal once the game finishes, so they continue. Peter rolls a five, releasing a lion, Alan who is now an adult. Alan locks Simba the lion in the bedroom, then goes to the shoe factory, which is now boarded up and closed. On the way, he meets Carl, who lives unhappily as a police officer. In the factory, a stranger tells Alan that his father abandoned the business to search for him until his death.

When rolling the dice has no effect on the board, Alan realizes they are continuing the game he and Sarah started back in 1969. It is Sarah's turn to roll. They find her at home, a reclusive outcast traumatized by the game and its aftermath. She refuses to play, so Alan has to trick her into rolling the dice. The following moves release man-eating vines, Alan rolls a hunter named Van Pelt Of The Game Board, On Judy's next turn a stampede of rhinos, elephants, wildebeests, zebras, gazelles, antelopes, buffaloes, giraffes, okapis, pelicans and seagulls wrecks the house, and a little red monster named Elmo that landed and he use his blanket to steals the board game. Increasingly relentless havoc ensues throughout the town: Among other things, Peter accidently turns into a mouse after he trying to cheat; Jerry, Sarah and Judy battle Van Pelt a murderous game-hunter who resembles Alans father in a local department store; a monsoon floods the house; a crocodiles attack the group; Alan is sucked into the floor by quicksand; an earthquake breaks the house in two; large poisonous spiders come out and Judy is shot with a poisonous barb from a flower. Finally, Alan wins the game after dropping the dice while cornered by Van Pelt When he calls out "Jumanji," Van Pelt, and the other jungle elements are sucked back into the board For Sending Back To Own Prision The Underworld. in a form of a whirlwind.

With the game over, Alan and Sarah find themselves in 1969 again as children, but retaining their memories of the game. Alan admits his guilt for destroying Carl's shoe, Carl gets his job back, and Sam tells Alan he doesn't have to go to boarding school. Alan and Sarah then throw the Jumanji board into a river. Twenty-six years later, Alan's and Sarah's knowledge of their experiences during the game has changed the future for the better: Alan and Sarah are married, Alan's parents are still alive, Alan has taken over the shoe business, and Carl still works there. Sarah is also pregnant. When Judy, Peter, and their parents visit the Parrishes at a Christmas party, Alan and Sarah offer the parents jobs in the shoe company and frantically discourage them from taking their planned skiing vacation in Canada, knowing that they would die in a car accident there.

Sometime later, two French-speaking girls hear drumbeats as they walk along a beach, where the Jumanji board is half buried in the sand.

TriviaEdit

  • LionKingRulezAgain1 and BrerJake90 originally palnning to make this film, but since they are both retiring, Yakko Warner will make this film instead.
  • Extras (animals who actually join in the game) Batty Koda (FernGully: The Last Rainforest), Balto, Boris, Muk and Lulk (Balto), Timon and Pumbaa (The Lion King), Abu (Aladdin), Meeko, Percy and Flit (Pocahontas), Bambi, Thumper, Flower and Friend Owl (Bambi), Humphrey and Kate (Alpha and Omega; with Kate being Mowgli's adopted sister), Baloo and Bagheera (The Jungle Book), Buzzy, Flaps, Dizzy and Ziggy (The Jungle Book), Lucky (The Jungle Book 2) and Chief, Tod and Copper (The Fox and the Hound)
  • And one last extra Kaa (The Jungle Book)
  • Both Batty Koda and Alan Parrish (Adult) are played by Robin Williams.
  • The film will be dedicated in memory of Robin Williams who committed suicide on August 11, 2014.
  • Mowgli, Shanti, Ranja, Zazu, Iago, Big Mama, Elmo, Tarzan and Jane will guest star in this film.
  • Both Pocahontas, Balto and Jumanji are released in 1995.