Friday, 14 February 2014

Spider-Man Becomes Earth Hour Ambassador

Spider-Man has become the first superhero ambassador for the environmental event Earth Hour.
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) initiative involves millions of people around the world switching off their lights.
The comic book character has used his powers to launch Earth Hour Blue, which uses digital content from people taking part in the event.
This year's Earth Hour is being held on March 29 at 8.30pm (local time in each time zone).
Spider-Man is the first superhero ambassador for Earth Hour
More than 7,000 cities in 154 countries are expected to take part.
The stars of the new Spider-Man movie, Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone and Jamie Foxx, and director Marc Webb are all showing their support for the project.
Garfield, who plays the superhero in the upcoming film, said: "I'm proud Spider-Man is the first Super Hero ambassador for Earth Hour because he shows we can all be Super Heroes when we realise the power we all have.
Sydney Goes Dark For Earth Hour
Sydney goes dark for Earth Hour last year
"Earth Hour is a movement that has created massive impact around the world, so imagine what we can do this year with Spider-Man by our side."
Stone added: "Earth Hour gives you the power to inspire anyone, even if you're just one person, and Earth Hour is much more than an hour. 
"There are great projects from the crowd, for the planet, happening all over the world."
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 swings into cinemas in April.

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