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Netflix has released an epic trailer for nature documentary Life on Our Planet by Morgan Freeman

Netflix has released an epic trailer for nature documentary Life on Our Planet by Morgan Freeman


Netflix released the first full trailer for Steven SpielbergUpcoming nature documentary series, Life on our planet.

Oscar winner Morgan Freeman The eight-episode series, which tells the story of life’s “epic battle for conquest and survival.” Planet Earth“.

The series’ synopsis reads: “Today there are 20 million species on our planet, yet what we see is just a snapshot in time – 99 percent of the Earth’s population has been lost to our deep past.”

“The story of what happened to these dynasties — their rise and fall — is truly fascinating.”

Using the latest visual effects, Life on our planet It will bring to life on screen creatures that have long been extinct – such as dinosaurs, woolly mammoths, and saber-toothed predators.

The trailer begins with created footage of a Tyrannosaurus rex preying on a Triceratops.

“This is the story of the great battles for survival, and the dynasties that come to take over the world,” says Freeman, who previously narrated the hit 2005 nature documentary. March of the penguins,” he says in a voiceover.

The footage continues to show animals including sharks, cheetahs, Komodo dragons and squid. “From the beginning of life to today,” Freeman continues. “This is the story of life on our planet.”

The trailer asks the question: “Who will rise up?” Who will fall? Who will rule the world?

Along with the Emmy Award-winning team behind David Attenborough’s team Our planetSpielberg serves as executive producer on the series.

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according to Vanity gallery, Life on our planet It will highlight five global extinction events.


‘Life on Our Planet’ uses state-of-the-art visual effects to bring extinct animals to life on screen (Netflix)

In an interview with the magazine last week, producer Alistair Fothergill, a veteran nature documentary director best known for the 2001 series Blue planet“It’s really important to say that extinction events shouldn’t necessarily be viewed as disasters,” he said of the upcoming series.

“they We are Obviously these are disasters for those animals that go extinct in the process, but in the history of the evolution of life, there are winners and losers.

Life on our planet The series consists of eight 60-minute episodes and will be available to stream on Netflix on October 25.

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