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Welcome to the Jungle (2007) - Trailer

Welcome to the Jungle (2007) - Trailer
Year: 2007
Genres: Horror
Type: Trailers
Duration: 1M17S
Cast: Clifton Morris, Robert Johnson, Banaheheda Nadap, Kevin Shannon, Andre Tandjung, Robert Atiyafa, Ty West, Tom Wong, Del Roy, Darren Anthony Thomas, Rich Morris, Sandi Gardiner, Carmen Alexis, Veronica Sywak, Iosevo Kaliova, Callard Harris, Setariki Tutu, Nick Richey, Aminaisi Mucunabitu, John Leonetti, Timoci Waibalavu, Timoci Veremo, Vueti Rasalu, Joseph Sua, Patrick Kiem, Ralph Lulutee, Will Amy, Eparama Ketedromo, D. Kevin Epps, Josefata Naqota
Director(s): Jonathan Hensleigh

Trailer: Welcome to the Jungle (2007)

Two young couples head into the New Guinea wilderness in an effort to find Michael Rockefeller, the heir to the Rockefeller fortune who disappeared in 1961.

In 1961, Michael Rockefeller, a member of the wealthy family and son of the future Vice-President of the United States, travelled to New Guinea on his second visit to study the remote Asmat tribe. After the boat he was travelling in capsized, Rockefeller swam for shore and was never seen again. Some say that he was cannibalized by the natives, others that he chose to live in seclusion amongst them. Almost 50 years later, two young couples head into the wilderness in an attempt to find Rockefeller and solve the mystery once and for all. But if Michael met a grizzly end, does the same fate await them? Written and directed by Jonathan Hensleigh, the prolific writer behind smash hit movies such as Jumanji, Die Hard With A Vengeance and Armageddon, Welcome to the Jungle is a taut and thought provoking journey into the heart of darkness. via Welcome to the Jungle (2007) - Trailer

Synopsis:

Two young couples head into the New Guinea wilderness in an effort to find Michael Rockefeller, the heir to the Rockefeller fortune who disappeared in 1961.