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Chris Evans and very good dogs? Yes please.


The world may be on fire, but there’s still plenty of good things left to cheer us up. Namely, Chris Evans and very good puppers. The human golden retriever himself narrates an upcoming IMAX documentary film about heroic dogs, titled Superpower Dogs. The film’s synopsis reads, “Discover the life-saving superpowers and extraordinary bravery of some of the world’s most remarkable dogs.”

The trailer follows the adventures of Halo, a puppy who is trained to be a search and rescue dog. The documentary also portrays other real-life safety doggos. There’s dogs on boats, dogs in planes, dogs climbing the highest mountains, even riding a ski lift. There’s literally nothing not to like about this. We love Chris Evans. We love dogs. We love Chris Evans talking about superhero dogs.

The film is set to hit IMAX theaters in March, and you should probably go unless you hate wonderful things. Now if only we could get Benedict Cumberbatch to narrate a nature doc on the wonderful world of otters…

(via AVClub, image: screencap)

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