Nearly three-quarters of the earth's surface is covered by oceans. French co-directors Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud have set out to capture the full expanse of these waters that have played such a crucial and constant role in the history and sustenance of man. The deep and abundant oceans are places of great mysteries and dangers that this film will dare to explore.
The Walt Disney Company has had a long tradition of making award-winning documentaries about the wonders of nature. Beginning in the late '1940s and continuing through to the early '60s, the films were the brainchild of company founder Walt Disney and often won Oscars for best documentary like '1953s The living Desert, '1954s The Vanishing Prairie and '1958s White Wilderness. The company's interest in the documentaries dissipated in the '60s with the growth of their animation department and the addition of their popular live-action films. However in 2008 the company announced the creation of DisneyNature, an independent film label that would continue the company's tradition of making big screen nature documentaries. It began with last year's Earth, a film that explores our own planet, and continues with the new film Oceans, which is in theaters now and is an exploration of the underwater world, narrated by Pierce Brosnan.
To begin with, the Walt Disney Corporation has a long tradition of producing these types of nature documentaries, can you talk about that and how you got involved in the process of making this film?Read More
Actor Pierce Brosnan, an outspoken environmentalist who is active in promoting ocean conservation efforts, will narrate Disneynature's Oceans - a power film that unfolds on Earth Day - April 22, 2010 - giving moviegoers an unprecedented look beneath the sea. Pierce has lent his support to the International Fund for Animal Welfare's "Save the Whales Again!" campaign, as well as working with environmental organizations including Sea Shepherd, California Coastal Protection Network, Ocean Futures Society, Oceana and Waterkeeper Alliance, among others.
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Walt Disney Pictures has just announced that its latest Disneynature film Oceans, will be released in theaters on Earth Day, April 22. The studio has also released the first trailer for the film, which you can watch below, and you can also click on the new image below to access our gallery for the film. We also have the studio's full press release with more information on the film and how seeing the film will benefit the oceans below as well.
http://movieweb.com/movie/oceans/photos/PG8hLadgX2Jlbb/Disneynature's next big-screen splash Oceans has launched group ticket sales to boost its efforts to save coral reefs with proceeds generated from the film's opening week. "See Oceans, Save Oceans" is an initiative developed with The Nature Conservancy where a portion of each ticket sold for the film's opening week April 22-28 will help establish new marine protected areas in The Bahamas.Read More
People are living their lives remotely from the safety of their own homes via robotic surrogates: Sexy, physically perfect mechanical representations of themselves. It's an ideal world where crime, pain, fear and consequences don't exist. When the first murder in years jolts this utopia, FBI agent Greer (Bruce Willis) discovers a vast conspiracy behind the surrogate phenomenon and must abandon his own surrogate, risking his life to unravel the mystery. Surrogates is gripping action thriller directed by Jonathan Mostow (Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines). The film also stars RADHA MITCHELL, ROSAMUND PIKE, JAMES CROMWELL and VING RHAMES.
The return of Disney/Pixar's Toy Story and Toy Story 2 to the big screen kicks off a Disney Digital 3D Toy Story celebration, which culminates in a brand new adventure starring Buzz and Woody: Toy Story 3, in theaters June 18, 2010. Both films were directed by John Lasseter and feature the voice talents of Tom Hanks, Tim Allen, Don Rickles, Jim Varney, Wallace Shawn, John Ratzenberger, Annie Potts, John Morris, Erik von Detten, Laurie Metcalf, R. Lee Ermey, Joan Cusack, and Kelsey Grammer.Read More