Netflix has just debuted an extended trailer the groundbreaking original documentary series Our Planet, arriving globally on April 5, 2019.
From the isolated Arctic wilderness to the enormous landscapes of Africa and diverse jungles of South America, this astonishing four-year project was filmed in 50 countries across the world using the latest in 4K camera technology.
Here’s what Cruz had to say about being included in the documentary.
“Being a part of Netflix’s Our Planet is an incredible honor. The series is spectacularly beautiful and the message of conservation could not be more timely or important. I feel very close to everything Our Planet stands for and I’m proud to bring such a powerful piece of work to my home country and audiences around the world.”
Much like Cruz, Hayek felt honored to be included in such an important project.
“Our Planet transcends borders to deliver an inspiring message of wonder, respect, and care for our natural world. I’m honored to work with Netflix to help bring the series to those in my home country of Mexico, and to a Spanish-language audience throughout Latin America and the rest of the globe.”
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Watch the official trailer below:
Here are a few breathtaking photos from Netflix upcoming documentary series.Mother polar bear with her one year old cub in tow, hunting for seals on the sea-ice around Svalbard. These are Arabian Oryx in the Empty Quarter. They are part of a reintroduced population after they went extinct in the wild in the 70’s. https://www.netflix.com/title/80049832 Source: Netflix Source: Netflix Source: Netflix Source: Netflix
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Our Planet arrives on Netflix on April 5, 2019.