“Prehistoric Planet” comes to Apple TV+ in May with music composed by Hans Zimmer and produced by Jon Favreau and the “Lion King” gang.
Apple TV+ offers a sneak peek into the upcoming “Prehistoric Planet” documentary series, with Sir David Attenborough as our knowledgeable narrator and guide. The series will release a new episode on the day between May 23 and 27, where viewers will learn about the latest research into how dinosaurs actually lived (according to research) 66 million years ago.
“Prehistoric Planet” by Jon Favreau and the gang made by “The Lion King” and “The Jungle Book,” two films that have been praised for how well they digitally recreate animals in films. But now they’ve gone to the dinosaurs instead – this time with Hans Zimmer’s music as an accompaniment to the Attenborough story.
Watch the trailer here:
The first clip of the series, for example, shows us a young T-Rex who hasn’t lost his feathers yet, when he’s trying to catch some turtles on the beach. Scenes similar to what we saw earlier Attenborough tell us about in the present in another documentary series from BBC Studios, which also helped create the “prehistoric planet” for Apple TV+.
A quick look at Prehistoric Planet:
The first episode will be released on Apple TV+ on May 23, so “Prehistoric Planet” will consist of five episodes, with a new episode every day until May 27.
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