One of the classic tales from my childhood has been given a makeover for 2014 with the release of the new Tarzan movie which hits our screens on May 2nd 2014.
Edgar Rice Burroughs’ TARZAN, has been completely reimagined for this latest release and will delight viewers of all ages with it’s stunning 3D cinematography perfect for the new generation of little monkeys (and big monkeys too).
The film tells the tale of an expedition in the remote African jungle, John Greystoke and his wife are killed in a helicopter crash while investigating a mysterious meteorite site. Only their young son J.J., who calls himself Tarzan, survives. A Gorilla discovers the boy in the wreckage and brings him up as one of her own. Quickly discovering the rules of the jungle Tarzan lives as one with the apes he now calls his family. It is not until he comes into contact with another human being, the courageous and beautiful young Jane Porter, that he starts to question his past and uncover the truth of his childhood. Tarzan and Jane come together and fight to save the jungle from Greystoke Energies new CEO William Clayton, who plans to destroy the land in his search for a new energy source.