Jack Black and the original 'Jumanji' cast are back with an all new film and the actor stopped by the ABC News studios to talk about the making of the adventure comedy, where he plays a teenage girl in the body of one Professor Shelly Oberon.
"I was happy to slip back into my professor gear, my pith helmet, my bow tie," Black said. "What's cool in this one is that we have three locations that really count ... the jungle, the dessert and the snow. They were all magnificent."
This time Awkwafina, Danny Glover and Danny Devito join the adventure. Black told Peter Travers it was a fun set and he especially enjoys how Dwayne Johnson channels his inner Danny Devito character in the movie.
"He got the funnest part," Black said of Johnson. "To play Danny Devito is like everyone's dream. He's such a character. And such a legend."
Black added, "It's fun to just sit with Danny and pick his brain about his legendary days. I think I was probably annoying him because I had a lot of questions. But no one gave me the hook."
Black's teenage girl character is so spot on, Travers asked where he finds her voice.
"It's like the colors of the rainbow," Black said in his teenage girl voice. "I have all of these different colors. And one of them is definitely Bethany, she's there waiting."
"Jumanji: The Next Level" is in theaters everywhere.
Be sure to watch the full interview with Peter Travers and Jack Black in the video above.