Fascinating Trailer for Disneynature's Oceans Documentary

April 22, 2009
Source: Apple

Disneynature's Oceans Trailer

In honor of today being Earth Day, Disney has launched the trailer for their newest nature movie Oceans, due out in theaters exactly one year from today, on Earth Day 2010. While I'm at it, I should mention that I saw Disneynature's Earth last week, and it's actually pretty amazing. I would highly suggest seeing it, especially since it just hit theaters today and Disney has a promotion running where your ticket money is used to help save the Earth. Anyway, half of this trailer features archival footage of Walt Disney talking about his original "True-Life Adventures" films, and it's fascinating to watch simply for that alone. Enjoy!

Watch the first trailer for Disneynature's Oceans:

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You can also watch the trailer for Disneynature's Oceans in High Definition on Apple

A fascinating journey into the depths of the ocean, amidst the tumult of the storms, in the vast territory of those who inhabit the sea. Part thriller, part meditation on the wonders of the sub-aquatic world.

Oceans is co-directed by French filmmakers Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud, who previously brought us the documentary Winged Migration in 2002. While this is part of Disneynature's on-going series, it was originally a French production made by Galatée Films before being scooped up by Disney for distribution in the US. Disney will bring Oceans to theaters everywhere on Earth Day next year, April 22nd, 2010.

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Looks like you'd get the same visual/entertaining experience if you watched 'Planet Earth's section on the ocean. Seems like the only thing separating itself from the norm would be the connection to Walt's original 'True Adventures' idea and where they would take it. All the more to help raise money for wildlife, then why not?

Nick Sears on Apr 22, 2009


All of the footage from "Earth" is taken directly from "Planet Earth" and repurposed to tell stories in order to keep kids and their ADHD in check. For good measure they added James Earl Jones doing VO because everything is better with JEJ doing VO. I'm ok with them doing this if it gets kids and families interested in quality nature stuff like this. I don't like that they are making it out to be brand new material though.

schizznic on Apr 22, 2009


Like schizznic wrote, a lot of the material is in "Planet Earth". If you haven't seen the Planet Earth series yet, it is an absolute must see!

Andreas on Apr 22, 2009


Its disney! I expect nothing less then greatness...

Cherry on Apr 22, 2009


Hey can somebody that's seen this tell me if it there are "shark flips seal in the air and bites it in half" style scenes? (If not this, how was Earth? I realize nature = violence, but I'd like to keep my kid from the blood-squirtiest parts at this age.)

dRailer on Apr 22, 2009


I'm beginning to LOVE Disney again. Except for their horrible teen shows, Disney is producing good work. Their Blu-Ray Transfers are top-notch and this will be a BLAST I hope. Walt was a genius.

Johnny Neat on Apr 22, 2009


That looks awesome! Everyone go see EARTH this week. Disney will plant a tree in the Brazilian rain forest for everyone who buys a ticket during it's first weeks release. Something very simple we all can do to make a difference.

K on Apr 22, 2009


Is this Blue Planet again? I'll still go see Earth even though I saw Planet Earth on TV twice and own the DVD. Especially cus they'll plant a tree if I do. Still, some new footage would be nice.

Brandon on Apr 22, 2009


I'm there!!

Seductive Flamingo on Apr 22, 2009


wow between this and its not just a game i don't know which doc looks better

kirch on Apr 22, 2009


Yeah just a Blue Planet/ Planet Earth ripoff. Two thumbs down for Disney for not doing the hard work themselves.

Ken on Apr 22, 2009


Who will be doing the voices of the animals?

valeriewriter on Apr 22, 2009


That was great, especially when that one scuba diver was swimmin next to that great white.

nem on Apr 22, 2009


I liked the final third of the trailer, those jellyfish ruled, the crap at the beginning with Walt Hitler was a bit dull to say the least.

Crapola on Apr 22, 2009


AHHH!!! WHY ARE YOU PROMOTING THIS?? Everyone should rent or buy the BBC series. Not this abridged Disney junk. Plant a tree for every ticket sold? what a SICK marketing scheme! DONT GO SEE IT

BSP on Apr 22, 2009


As usual, Disney does it bigger than life and I love it. Growing up with Disney, it's nice to see them going back to what they do best. Why are most of you so pessimistic? And DAMN, Disney does nice trailers!

Kevin on Apr 22, 2009


noooo ballenas noooo plz

rolf on Apr 23, 2009


Would like to see it on IMAX. It would be world worthwhile... on Apr 26, 2009


walt disney was a jew hater

gibby jones on Apr 30, 2009


woah woah woah. why are everybody givin Disney Credit for this? Earth was done with Planet earth, and im pretty sure this is too, to blue planet. ( not too sure, but i was sick of everybody saying that disney is awesome for Earth) award BBC for what THEY did....

Jackson on Jul 11, 2009


Like schizznic wrote, a lot of the material is in "Planet Earth". If you haven't seen the Planet Earth series yet, it is an absolute must see!

technology on May 8, 2010


Jackson is at least pertyly right in my opinion, it resembles the original BBC documentation (which was simply awesome and is a must see btw) alot. On the other hand, nothing bad with making people care about our planet a little more, even if this isn't the main reason this movie was made...

Ron Jiller on Jun 28, 2010

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