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Chan to narrate BBC ‘Earth’documentary
    2017-July-13  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

CHINA’S kung fu superstar Jackie Chan will become the voice of nature documentary “Earth: One Amazing Day” for Chinese audiences.

“Earth: One Amazing Day,” directed by Peter Webber (“The Girl With the Pearl Earring”) and Richard Dale (“The Human Body”), is the sequel to BBC Earth Film’s “Earth” (2007).

The documentary is set to delve into creatures that inhabit our planet and take audiences on an immersive voyage on life in the wild, across the continents. The unique habitats and characters of 38 wild animals, including hummingbirds, narwhals and marine iguanas, are featured in the film.

BBC and China’s SMG Pictures partnered to produce “Earth: One Amazing Day,” which is now in its post-production stage. China’s Fan Lixin co-directed the film.

Renowned director and actor Robert Redford, also the founder of Sundance Film Festival and an environmental activist, is to narrate the English-language release, while Chan will narrate in Mandarin.

The first “Earth” recorded US$112 million at the box office. “Earth: One Amazing Day” is scheduled to premiere in Beijing on Aug. 1.

(SD-Agencies)

 

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