From "Earth" to the "Ocean," Disneynature to Distribute New Underwater Documentary in Glorious 3-D! 


Disneynature, whose "Earth" has made $31.4 million at the box-office, has picked up the rights to distribute "OceanWorld 3D."

The film is being billed as the first feature-length nature documentary shot and released entirely in 3-D! Cool!

Told from the point of view of a sea turtle, "OceanWorld 3D" guides audiences through Australia's Great Barrier Reef, Argentina's Peninsula Valdez, and Mexico's shark-infested Roca Partida Island.

Disneynature hasn't locked down a release date yet, but "OceanWorld 3D," which debuted at the Cannes Film Festival, will be seen in France and Russia this August.

The film took seven years to produce, 25 locations, 200 hours of footage, and featured Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of the underwater documentary icon Jacques-Yves Cousteau.

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