Mixing science-fiction and fantasy elements with a subplot involving greedy corporate shenanigans (ala Avatar), "Tarzan," the upcoming 3D animated film, appears to be the green-friendly version of author Edgar Rice Burroughs' legendary king-of-the-jungle character. Jane is still his love interest, although the House of Greystoke is now a powerful energy company searching for an ancient-old "extraterrestrial object" that contains enough strength to power the entire East Coast, if not the world. Of course, Tarzan doesn't like corporate scum poking around his backyard, and they don't necessarily care for his rock-throwing interference either.
The foreign-produced CG toon, which features the voices of Kellan Lutz (as Tarzan) and Spencer Locke (as Jane), is getting a theatrical release in the UK and Europe next year, hence this new international trailer (above). As for an official US release date, well that remains unknown at this point.
Tarzan and Jane Porter face a mercenary army dispatched by the evil CEO of Greystoke Energies, a man who took over the company from Tarzan's parents, after they died in a plane crash.
Tarzan stars the voices of Kellan Lutz, Spencer Locke