Crow: The Legend VR | 360 Animated Movie [HD] | John Legend, Oprah, Liza Koshy

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Crow: The Legend is an exciting new 360 animated movie starring John Legend as Crow, the most popular and admired animal in the forest with his magnificent colors and beautiful voice. But when the very first winter arrives, can Crow make the ultimate sacrifice to save his friends? Original song by John Legend.

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Inspired by the original Native American legend, this story of sacrifice and community features Randy Edmonds, Kiowa-Caddo tribal elder and founder of the National Urban Indian Council as Narrator and Sarah Eagle Heart, CEO of Native Americans in Philanthropy, as Luna.

Starring John Legend, Oprah Winfrey, Constance Wu (Crazy Rich Asians), Tye Sheridan (Ready Player One), Diego Luna (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story), and Liza Koshy. Created by the director of Madagascar and the Emmy-winning animated films Invasion! and Asteroids! Executive produced by Baobab Studios, Get Lifted, and Native Americans in Philanthropy.

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32 Comments on “Crow: The Legend VR | 360 Animated Movie [HD] | John Legend, Oprah, Liza Koshy”

  1. I enjoyed this and am using it in my grade 11 English: Contemporary Indigenous Voices course.

    It would have been nice to have had more explanation that this is an ancient story of many Indigenous nations from across Turtle Island (North America). Sometimes, it's Crow, sometimes it's Raven. It's often titled "Why Raven is black."

    Additionally, as talented as the actors are and they certainly have star people, I think it would have been more authentic if Indigenous actors had played the major roles. Yes, I know that Sarah Eagleheart is Oglala Lakota and Randy Edmonds is Kiowa-Caddo but their roles were tiny. It's hard to argue with the star power of Legend, Winfrey, and the emerging stars of Tye Sheridan (Ready Player One), Diego Luna (Rogue 1), but more has to be done to provide voices for the many unhired talented Indigenous actors out there.

    All that being said, it is good to hear that Baobob Studios is developing a mentor program, a fellowship, for Indigenous storytellers.

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