Watch Jack Black, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson & Kevin Hart Cover Guns N' Roses' "Welcome To The Jungle" For 'Jumanji' Film

December 4, 2017
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The upcoming action/comedy film Jumanji is set to hit theaters December 20th, 2017, following the 1995 Robin Williams film of the same name. This time around, the biggest stars in Hollywood will be taking on the dangers of the jungle, including Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Kevin Hart and Jack Black.

But during a press junket with a Latin American journalist, the three stars cut loose with a trio acapella version of the film's theme song, "Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns N' Roses. Of course Black, a rock/metal fanatic siezed the moment to showcase his range by attacking Axl Rose's high notes without hurting himself or any ears within range. 

3 singing maniacs who’s starting a Guns N Roses cover band. Myself, @jackblack @kevinhart4real When our journalist friend from Latin America asks us to sing our #JUMANJI theme song, “Welcome to the Jungle” we kindly oblige. Then in the end he wants to continue the song which then for some inexplicable reason we feel he crossed the line and we shut that shit down. -- -- Too much fun. #PressJunket #HAWAII #JUMANJI #WelcomeToTheJungle CHRISTMAS ------

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The journalist had hopes of getting the three stars to make it past the chorus, but The Rock put the People's Elbow to that attempt. As he wrote on his Instragram post, "Then in the end he wants to continue the song which then for some inexplicable reason we feel he crossed the line and we shut that s**t down. Too much fun."

The Rock was even nice enough to share this story to his Twitter followers!

It's no surprise that "Welcome to the Jungle" became the theme song to the film. After all, it's probably the most fitting for the action/comedy. They even used it in the film's trailer! Watch it below.

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