Disney's film 'Earth' opens April 22: see it and plant a tree
Disneynature, a department of the Disney empire, is releasing their first movie 'Earth' on Earth Day, April 22nd and they are hoping to encourage as many people to go and see it as possible, by pledging to plant a tree for every ticket sold on opening weekend.
“EARTH is a spectacular film from the world’s most acclaimed nature filmmakers, and we couldn’t think of a better way to launch the new Disneynature banner, and to celebrate the spirit of the film and Earth Day at the same time,” said Dick Cook, chairman of The Walt Disney Studios. “The film gives moviegoers an entertaining and unprecedented view of our planet, with some of the most astonishing imagery and exciting natural drama ever presented on the big screen.”
Disney plans to plant those trees in the Brazilian Atlantic Forest and they will also follow through and care for them so that the project is worthwhile.
The film is narrated by James Earl Jones and it follow three different families, elephants, polar bears and whales, as they try to survive in the wilderness home.