Dwayne Johnson has shared an update on a sequel to last year’s mega-hit Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle and it appears that work is already underway.

Taking to Instagram, Johnson said: “Ladies, gents and children of all ages. The JUMANJI SEQUEL is officially underway,” Johnson’s Instagram post said. “Holy shit what a dynamite pitch from our writer/director Jake Kasdan. We couldn’t stop laughing and most importantly – like our first JUMANJI – the HEART in our story is our anchor.”

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He did add a nbit of a spoiler in the following sentence, saying that co-star Kevin Hart meets his maker pretty early on in proceedings.

“And sorry for the spoiler but @kevinhart4real dies in the first 15 seconds of the movie, to what I’m assuming will be a HUGE standing ovation from the audience and the cast.”

Karen Gillan and Jack Black were also amongst the cast of the last movie and are expectd to return for a new one.

The last film in the series was a huge hit with fans and critics, and managed to score a massive $961 million around the world. It was the 27th biggest film to open at the U.S. box-office ever.

More as it comes in.