Hollywood superstar Will Smith landed in Namibia on a 10 day visit to shoot National Geographic’s documentary show ‘One Strange Rock.’
Namibian news outlets have reported that the actor landed in the country on Tuesday and would visit for 10 days to document him going to various landmarks in the country.
One Strange Rock is a National Geographic show hosted by Smith and is produced by Darren Aronofsky and Jane Root.
Season one of the show explored the wonder and fragility of the earth in a 10 part miniseries. In 2018 the show was renewed for Season Two which is currently being shot in Namibia.
Speaking about the show, CEO of National Geographics Global Network, Courteney Monroe said, “With the creative vision of Darren Aronofsky and the expertise of Jane Root and Nutopia, ‘One Strange Rock’ stretches the traditional boundaries of science and natural history programming.
“It takes viewers on a breathtaking visual adventure that not only entertains, but also amazes and surprises.”
Producer Aronofsky expressed how excited he was about the renewal of the show saying, “With National Geographic and the wealth of talent and experience of Jane and Nutopia, we took on this ambitious project to give audiences a new perspective on our living planet.
“There was so much more we wanted to cover in the first season and couldn’t. I’m grateful we now have the opportunity to bring more of the beauty and wonder of our planet to the screen.”