The Jungle Cruise movie starring Fast and Furious alum Dwayne Johnson and A Quiet Place 2’s Emily Blunt is ready to amaze everyone who witnesses what it has to offer, with many Netflix subscribers curious as to its availability on the streamer.
Some rides and attractions at Disney are easily turned into blockbuster franchises like The Pirates of the Caribbean. Others are not so fortunate, like Tomorrowland and The Haunted Mansion. But Disney has high hopes for one of its iconic rides to become the next big hit, and that is Jungle Cruise.
The movie is set during World War I and follows riverboat captain Frank Wolff played by Johnson, who takes British scientist, Dr. Lily Houghton, portrayed by Blunt, and her brother, MacGregor, to locate the mythical Tree of Life, which is supposedly hidden somewhere in the depths of the very dangerous Jungle. But they aren’t the only ones looking for this prize as an Imperial German expedition is also one of the many threats they face along their adventure.
The film looks like it will be an all-out thrill ride from start to finish, packed with plenty of fun-filled moments and stunning visuals. It’s no surprise many subscribers would like to know if Jungle Cruise will be sailing its way onto Netflix.
Is Jungle Cruise on Netflix?
Fans excited that they won’t have to wait in a long line to experience the cinematic version of the Jungle Cruise should know that its status on the streamer is not ideal by any means. The Disney family-friendly feature starring Johnson and Blunt is not an option on Netflix.
The news of Jungle Cruise being absent from Netflix’s lineup is not great and may cause many subscribers to walk the plank into the depths of the unknown. It’s highly recommended people don’t do that and instead enjoy other titles on the streaming service, including Over the Moon, Enola Holmes, and The Mitchells vs. The Machines, just to name a few.
Where you can stream Jungle Cruise
Jungle Cruise is available to experience in theaters now. It is also available on Disney+ for subscribers with Premier Access.
You can check out the trailer below:
Will you be watching Jungle Cruise?
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