Megan Boone is renowned for her performance in ‘The Blacklist,’ the crime thriller television series where she portrayed Elizabeth Keen. She started her career with play ‘Limonade Tous Les Jours,’ for which she also bagged in the ‘LA Weekly Theatre Awards.’ ‘My Bloody Valentine 3D,’ the slasher film marked her film debut. She was next seen in the ‘Sex and The City 2,’ the romantic comedy film where she played a supporting role. Some of her other noteworthy roles in films include, ‘About Cherry,’ the drama film where she played the role of Jake, ‘The Myth of the American Sleepover,’ the coming-of-age film where she starred as Kerri Sullivan, ‘Step Up Revolution,’ the 3D dance film where she appeared as Claire Asa, ‘Welcome to the Jungle,’ the comedy film where she portrayed Lisa and ‘Leave Me Like You Found Me,’ the romantic drama film where she played Erin.
An old video game console is discovered by four high school kids and they are attracted into the jungle setting of the game. However, when they choose their avatars, they literally become the adult avatars of the same. They soon discover that playing Jumanji is not a cake walk, they must survive it, too. The challenge is that if they wish to return to the real world, they need to play the most dangerous adventure of their lives, else they will be stuck where they are - forever.
After earning some money from a nude photo-shoot, Angelina, a young teen girl, runs away to San Francisco, with her friend Andrew. She soon gets acquainted with a lawyer who introduces her to a glamorous world of expensive dresses and lavish parties. She also meets a porn film director, and decides to enter the world of pornography.
The story focuses on four Manhattan friends, Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, and Miranda, each busy with her own set of problems. Among them, Samantha is a career woman, who is to devise a PR campaign for a sheikh's business in Abu Dhabi. Eventually the four friends fly off on an all-expenses-paid luxury trip to Abu Dhabi, not realizing that the country is run by more conservative laws.