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Disney to premiere Sky High on March 25

23-March-2007
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Disney to premiere Sky High on March 25

Children have a reason to cheer this weekend as Disney Channel is going to showcase sci-fi flick, 'Sky High ' on March 25 at 11 am. Sky High is directed by Mike Mitchell and stars Kurt Russell and Kelly Preston.

The movie revolves around a secret school in the clouds: ‘Sky High’, the first and only high school for kids with super-human powers going through crime-fighting puberty. At Sky High, the student body throw flames with their footballs, study Villainy with their Chemistry and are divided into Heroes and Sidekicks. It's an out-of-this-world yet completely recognizable place where cool gadgetry, rampant bravery and awe-inspiring magical skills mix up with parental battles, peer pressure and dating trouble leading to explosively fun results.

The movie highlights the journey of a teen that battles his shortcomings, discovers his true strengths and learns the importance of loyalty and teamwork.

Nachiket Pantvaidya, Executive Director, Programming and Production, Walt Disney Television International (India), said, “Disney Channel movies are a perfect family destination for all seasons - stories that kids love and parents trust across the world. ‘Sky High’ reinforces the values of teamwork and belief in oneself which kids today identify with.”

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