The Whale, a documentary about a lonely young killer whale who caused upheaval in a small Western Canadian town when he tried to make friends with humans, will be released theatrically by Paladin, company president Mark Urman announced today. Canada-born Ryan Reynolds, fresh off his starring role in Green Lantern, narrates and is an executive producer on the project. The doc will play limited engagements in late summer and expand in the fall. Paladin recently released Tom Shadyac’s documentary I Am and launches Love Etc. on Friday.
Paladin Takes Rights To Doc 'The Whale'
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