Another day, more new videos from Apple TV +! This time, we have a trailer for an unprecedented production of Apple and two new videos from one of the children’s series available on the Cupertino platform.
“Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth”
To begin with, we already have the trailer for “Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth”, the animated short film that will be released on the 17th as a celebration of Earth’s Day (celebrated five days later, on 4/22).
Check it out:
Narrated by none other than Meryl Streep, the short will also bring the voices of Jacob Tremblay (“Jack’s Room”), Ruth Negga (“Preacher”) and Chris O’Dowd (“The Cloverfield Paradox”); the story is based on the eponymous children’s book by Oliver Jeffers and follows a precocious seven-year-old boy who learns about the wonders of the planet.
The 36-minute short is directed by Philip Hunt, who wrote the script with Luke Matheny; behind the animation, we have the independent studio AKA. It looks beautiful, doesn’t it?
Meanwhile, the children’s educational series “Helpsters”, derived from the characters of “Vila Sésamo”, won a new trailer to publicize its new episodes, which arrived today on Apple TV +.
And that’s not all: to promote the new season of the series, Apple posted on the Apple TV + channel a new music video – this time, starring the singer Ne-Yo with the friendly characters of the production. Entitled “Directionality” (“Directionality”), the song is focused on developing body movements.
I recommend that you don’t see it if you don’t want to have the song on your head. Otherwise, here it is:
Did you like it? ?