new WWD series - narrator(s)

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Brian Hammer

Jun 4, 2024, 3:52:53 PM (10 days ago) Jun 4
Has anyone read anything about who they have tapped to narrate?
KB will be a hard act to follow.


Thomas Richard Holtz

Jun 4, 2024, 4:00:48 PM (10 days ago) Jun 4
To my knowledge, that hasn't been determined yet. I don't think they even start searching for this until after the script is finalized, which is after the footage is all shot and the CGI all generated. 

It's still early days, folks.

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Jun 4, 2024, 7:29:51 PM (10 days ago) Jun 4
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The days can't be all that early if they are planning a 2025 release date.

Thomas Richard Holtz

Jun 4, 2024, 8:07:15 PM (10 days ago) Jun 4
For comparison, the Imax "T-Rex" film which premiers later this month didn't get its narrator (Sam Neil) until this Spring.

Remember: narrators are doing voiceover work. It isn't like they have to get into shape, have costume fitting, etc.

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