Actor Liev Schreiber is poised to be the narrator of National Geographic's large-screen documentary feature "Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure."
Willingly lending his deep voice, "The Painted Veil" star Liev Schreiber has come onboard to narrate "Sea Monsters: A Prehistoric Adventure", a large-screen feature from National Geographic set to have its premiere globally in both 3D and 2D at IMAX and other specialty theaters on October 5 this year.
Presenting a combination of live action and CG animation, the movie is intended to take audiences back 80 million years to explore the lives of dinosaur-era ocean dwellers. Lisa Truitt serves as the producer with the likes of Xavier Lestourneaud, Suzette Barnett, and David Harrisson working in the visual effect department.
Schreiber, also a well-respected stage thespian, had several supporting roles in various independent movies during his early film career before finally hit it big in the 1996 horror flick "Scream" in which he played the accused murderer Cotton Weary. He next is slated to appear in New Line Cinema's romantic drama "Love in the Time of Cholera", also opening this year on November 16.