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<p> The legendary apeman makes his CGI debut as he takes on a mercenary army to save the jungle.</p> <p> Autism Friendly screenings at Cineworld differ from regular screenings. Some of the key differences are:<br/> Lighting will be kept on during the screening.<br/> Volume levels will be reduced.<br/> There will be no advertisements or trailers.<br/> Seating will not be allocated.<br/> Customers will be allowed to bring in their own food.<br/> Screenings will be at 11am on the first Sunday of every month.<br/></p> <p> For further information please ask in your local cinema.</p>John Greystoke (Mark Deklin), the buccaneering CEO of Greystoke Energies, discovers an ancient meteorite impact site deep in the jungle. Tragically, John and his wife Alice (Jaime Ray Newman) are killed in a helicopter accident. But their son survives and is raised by apes. As an adult, Tarzan (Kellan Lutz) encounters humans once again when beautiful environmentalist Jane Porter arrives with William Clayton (Trevor St. John). As the evil new boss of Greystoke Energies, duplicitous Clayton's real goal is to mine the meteorite, which promises limitless energy. And he'll stop at nothing to get his way - even if it means eliminating Tarzan and Jane! 'Animals United' director Reinhard Klooss gives the Tarzan story a bold modern makeover with this fresh animation. It combines CGI with the revolutionary motion capture process used to create 'Avatar'.
Original title: Autism Friendly Screening: Tarzan
Age restrictions: PG