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Sigourney Weaver To Narrate Planet Earth

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sigourney.pngThere’s a whole lot of narration going on in Hollywood. From Alanis Morisette to Pierce Brosnan to Elijah Wood, etc., etc. Now, Sigourney Weaver is jumping on that list with a new Discovery Channel special entitled Planet Earth.

The ground-breaking 11-part (!) documentary takes viewers on a journey to some of the world’s most beautiful and remote places. For those of you with HD, you’ll be especially pleased to know that the entire show was filmed using the high-definition format. From the article,

“Filmed in more than 200 locations, each of PLANET EARTH’s eleven episodes focuses on a specific habitat, illustrating life in the highest mountains and the darkest caves; the shallowest water and the deepest oceans; ice-covered lands and great plains; untamed jungles and giant forests; fresh water and the harshest deserts. PLANET EARTH’s premiere episode, “Pole to Pole”, ties the series together with a fresh understanding of how these habitats are interconnected.”

Great to see Sigourney involved. Check your local listings for times on this one — it looks like it’s going to be amazing.

Photo Credit: Todd Pitt, Show Promo

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