Documentaries are usually made to open your eyes to something new. “Years of Living Dangerously,” a new docu-series featuring Olivia Munn, will not only open your eyes but blow your mind.
— oliviamunn (@oliviamunn) October 31, 2013
+ Watch The Trailer For "Years Of Living Dangerously."
Whoa, that is some powerful stuff.
This docu-series will play on Showtime in April, and it feels as if it can’t come out soon enough. Taking care of the earth is a big issue for young people, and as this trailer shows, climate change is a cause that needs to be tackled, like, NOW.
In order to spread more awareness, a star-studded cast is part of “Years of Living Dangerously.” In addition to Olivia Munn, we have Matt Damon, Ian Somerhalder, America Ferrera and Jessica Alba, to name a few. James Cameron, who was behind “Avatar” and “Titanic,” is working as an executive producer.
Altogether, the series will span eight episodes, and during that time the super-famous, super-influential stars will be traveling the globe and seeing firsthand how climate change is hurting the earth. They will also meet with people and groups that are trying to turn back the tide and take better care of Mother Nature.
But you don’t have to wait till April to get involved with the issue. You can get involved in environmental orgs, and you can also write letters to your newspaper’s editor, or letters to your elected reps, letting them know this is something you care about passionately. Stars aren’t the only people who can spread awareness and make change — you can too!