Nick Jonas has made a fair few music videos in his time, but his latest is a tad different.

The 25-year-old teamed up with his “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” co-star Jack Black, 48, to release a new theme song for the movie.

Jonas shared a link to the vid on Twitter, alongside the caption: “Jack and I have been telling you guys we created a new theme song for #JUMANJI while we were shooting… Well now we have a music video. Feels really special,” alongside a winking emoji.

The pair poke fun at themselves in the three-minute-long clip, titled “Jumanji Jumanji”, in which they belt out the catchy track while facing wind machines and using numerous special effects.

They can be seen introducing the vid to their castmates — Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart and Karen Gillan — at the start, before showing their reactions at the end.


Watch the video and stick around until the end to see what they thought of Black and Jonas’ work.

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Black previously debuted the song on “The Graham Norton Show”, with Jonas then giving fans a teaser of the track on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”, explaining: “The whole thing is over the top and truly brilliant.”

Watch the cast of the film talk to ET Canada about all things “Jumanji” in the clip below.

“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” hits theatres Dec. 20.