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The Rock, Kevin Hart, Jack Black bring 'Jumanji' to London, Hart says he's on the mend

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Published on December 6, 2019 - Duration: 01:45s

The Rock, Kevin Hart, Jack Black bring 'Jumanji' to London, Hart says he's on the mend

Actors Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and Jack Black were in high spirits as they hit the red carpet in London on Thursday (December 5) for the premiere of "Jumanji: The Next Level".

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The Rock, Kevin Hart, Jack Black bring 'Jumanji' to London, Hart says he's on the mend

Actors Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and Jack Black were in high spirits as they hit the red carpet in London on Thursday (December 5) for the premiere of "Jumanji: The Next Level".

The movie is a follow up to the blockbuster hit "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" - which in turn was a sequel to the Robin Williams 1995 adventure film "Jumanji." In the new movie the characters from "Welcome to the Jungle" return to the world of Jumanji but find the rules of the board game have changed.

The film sees them take on new forms as they journey from the scorching hot desert and humid jungle to the freezing cold snowy mountain tops.

Hart is back on the publicity trail following a car accident in September in which he suffered major injuries and required emergency surgery on his spine.

Thursday's premiere in London came just a day after the movie's German premiere in Berlin on Wednesday (December 4) and the French premiere in Paris on Tuesday (December 3) but rather than lament on the hectic schedule, Hart said he was focusing on the positives.

"Everything that happens to you happens for a reason.

So there's no negative.

There's always a positive that can be found if you look for it.

In this case, there's a bigger appreciation for life, family, friends and opportunity.

And so, you know, thank God I have my health.

Thank God I'm able to push back, push through.

And it's a long road to a hundred percent, but it's one that I'm adamant about staying true to," he told Reuters TV on the red carpet Johnson, the former wrestler once known as The Rock, and star of both the "Jumanji" and "Fast and Furious" franchises, said he was looking after his own mental health by surrounding himself with women.

"Here's the key.

It just dawned on me.

Keep estrogen around you.

Keep women around you.

You're going to turn out all right because you're going to do dumb shit," he said.

"Jumanji: The Next Level" also stars Nick Jonas, Awkwafina, Danny DeVito, Danny Glover and Colin Hanks.

The movie, which began its global release on Wednesday (December 4), is due in cinemas in the United Kingdom on December 11 and the United States on December 13.

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