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Elliot Page and Russell Crowe to participate in ARK: The Animated Series

The franchise will bet on a second video game with Vin Diesel and an animated series

ARK, a franchise that takes place in a prehistoric environment with some sci-fi elements, was one of those that delivered great surprises during The Game Awards 2020 because at the event we not only learned about what will be its second installment, ARK II, but also announced the making of an animated series that will seek to take IP to new levels. For this new stage, Studio Wildcard has relied on Hollywood actors and has just been revealed to all those who will be part of the animated series.

After ARK: The Animated Series, a series produced by Lex + Otis and directed by Jay Oliva, was revealed, the first promotional material began to circulate and there it was confirmed that many well-known actors and actresses will give their voice to the project playing one of the characters that will appear in this story. In that sense, the animated series will feature the participation of Vin Diesel himself, who is also the protagonist in ARK II, Russell Crowe, whom you surely know from the film Gladiator and Elliot Page, an actor who years ago was known for being the protagonist of Juno, still like Ellen Page.

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What is ARK: The Animated Series about?

According to the official description, this will be the story of the ARK animated series that will premiere in 2022: “ARK: The Animated Series tells the story of a mysterious primitive land populated by dinosaurs and other extinct creatures, where people from all over the world Human history has risen. When 21st century Australian paleontologist Helena Walker awakens in the ARK after the tragedy, she must learn to survive and find new allies, or die again at the hands of ruthless warlords, all while he tries to discover the true nature of his strange new world. “

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