Watch the Pandas official trailer: Supercute with some serious messages

Baby pandas drinking milk from bottles
Baby pandas enjoying some dinner, they will need it for the adventures that await them

Warner Bros. Pictures have released the official poster and trailer to their forthcoming IMAX documentary Pandas.

The movie follows the scientists working at Chengdu Panda Base in China, where the captive breeding program is preparing cubs for life in the wild.

Baby pandas enjoying some dinner, they will need it for the adventures that await them in the outside world as they are released

One researcher is trying out a new technique that was first used for a project involving black bears in New Hampshire. This cross-culture work leads to a Panda named Qian Qian being released into the mountains of Sichuan and the film tracks her progress.

With intimate and breathtaking footage and some touching moments, the movie follows Qian Qian as she gets to grips with her wilder side and experiences true freedom for the first time.

The official poster for Warner Bros. Pictures' Pandas
The official poster for Warner Bros. Pictures’ Pandas, which is out in April on IMAX screen

Actress Kristen Bell narrates Pandas and says she is: “thrilled to team up with IMAX and Warner Bros. Pictures to help tell this incredible story in the
larger-than-life IMAX format.”

The movie is directed by David Douglas and Drew Fellman, who also worked on Island of Lemurs: Madagascar and Born to be Wild.

Qian Qian from Pandas the movie
Qian Qian is one ofthe pandas released into the wild in Warner Bros. Pandas IMAX documentary

Bell is currently starring as Eleanor Shellstrop in NBC’s The Good Place and is set to star in forthcoming Netflix comedy Like Father with Kelsey Grammer.

Pandas will open in selected theatres on April 6 this year.

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