The sequel to the 1995 classic Jumanji, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, was released in 2017 and was a huge success. The movie was a huge hit with fans and critics alike, grossing over $962 million worldwide. It also spawned a sequel, Jumanji: The Next Level, which was released in 2019 and has grossed over $800 million worldwide so far.
The success of both movies has sparked much speculation about whether the Jumanji franchise will make its way onto streaming services such as Netflix. Unfortunately, the answer is not yet clear. While Netflix does have the rights to stream some of Sony’s movies, including other family favorites such as Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and A Dog’s Way Home, neither Jumanji nor its sequels are currently available on the platform.
What makes matters even more complicated is that Netflix doesn’t always acquire streaming rights for every movie it releases on its platform. It’s possible that Sony may choose to keep the rights to the Jumanji movies in order to make them available on other streaming services or even through their own streaming service instead.
It’s also possible that Netflix may eventually acquire the rights to stream Jumanji 2, but there’s no way of knowing for sure when that might happen or if it will happen at all. In the meantime, fans of Jumanji can still enjoy watching it on DVD or Blu-ray or by renting it from digital services such as Amazon Prime Video or Google Play Movies & TV.
Overall, it appears that there is no definitive answer as to whether or not Jumanji 2 will be available on Netflix in the near future. However, given its immense popularity and potential for further sequels, it is likely that Sony will eventually choose to make it available on their own streaming platform or other platforms such as Amazon Prime Video or Google Play Movies & TV. Until then, fans of Jumanji can still enjoy watching it on DVD or Blu-ray while they wait for any updates regarding its availability on streaming platforms like Netflix.
Conclusion: Will Jumanji 2 be on Netflix? Unfortunately there is no definite answer yet but given its immense popularity and potential for further sequels it is likely that Sony will eventually make it available through their own streaming service or another popular platform like Amazon Prime Video or Google Play Movies & TV. Until then fans can still enjoy watching it on DVD or Blu-ray while they wait for any updates regarding its availability online.