Ryan Reynolds Narrating Documentary About Great Bear Rainforest
Will we get to see bears curse?
Ryan Reynolds has certainly surprised us this year by the many diverse projects he’s taking on. From giving us R rated and both PG-13 rated versions of Deadpool 2, and to joining up with Sir Richard Branson for promoting his gin company ‘Aviation Gin’ to starring as Pikachu. Now, Reynolds is venturing out into the Great Bear Rainforest with a quest to teach us more about the wildlife.
The Canadian actor announced it in the tweet:
Can’t wait. I know I don’t record til Thursday but I already laid my clothes out. https://t.co/OcAdvIMvfk
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) December 11, 2018
Great Bear Rainforest
It’s a documentary focusing on the rainforest of the central coast of British Columbia. Clearly, the film is not your conventional documentary about the rainforest, it’s much more than that! It will appear on the IMAX theaters and will feature Canadian indigenous peoples. No wonder they chose the most Canadian and popular celebrity for the job: Ryan Reynolds. Moreover, Ian McAllister will be directing the documentary with Jeff Turner as producer and Byron Horner as executive producer.
This exciting new documentary took three years in the making. The producers ensured that they captured the beautiful spectacles of the rainforest. From the ice-capped peaks and rich salmon river valleys, to the magnificent wildlife animals native to the land. You’ll get to see rare white-furred spirit bears, sea otters, grizzly bears and coastal wolves. It’ll definitely be a sight to behold! With the natural wit and charm of Ryan Reynolds accompanying the documentary with his unique narration, it would be entertaining to watch as well.
Why Reynolds Wanted to do the Documentary
The Deadpool actor has a heart of gold who wants to raise awareness of serious issues. He wants his children to know there are still places in the world untouched by urbanization.
“I want my children to know there is still an area in this world that has remained wild, and will remain that way, because of the long history of stewardship shown by indigenous people,”
Reynolds hopes that this film inspires everyone to work harder to save the plane and its few remaining wildlife places. The Academy Award-winning composer Hans Zimmer will be providing the music for the documentary as well!
Premiere of the Great Bear Rainforest
The film will premiere next year on February 12th. It will initially be released in Canadian cities Vancouver, Victoria, Toronto and Sudbury before moving on to other theaters.