18 Apr – Will "Central Intelligence" co-stars Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart be rolling the dice on this one?
Word has it, the comical duo may be game to join the upcoming remake of a Robin Williams classic, "Jumanji", according to Variety.
Though the busy actors may have to move some pieces on their boards right now to fit the project into their schedules, it is expected that it may possible for Johnson to sign on – despite that he will also be filming "Fast and Furious 8" this summer – since his movie "Rampage" is possibly moving to 2017.
Hart's negotiation will be a little trickier due to his movie, "The Intouchables", which will also start shooting in summer.
Johnson and Hart prove they have chemistry as not only are they starring together in an action comedy, to be released this summer, they also recently worked as co-hosts for the MTV Movie Awards.
If both were to board "Jumanji", they will be joining director Jake Kasdan.
The reimagining of the 1995 movie was previously slotted for a December 2016 release but has since been shifted to a more accommodating date, 27 July 2017.
In the meantime, catch the Johnson-Hart duo this coming June in action comedy, "Central Intelligence".