Marcel the Shell confronts real size of his ambition in new film

“I like playing Marcel because he is a different thing. He's really capable, but he is someone whose situation is defined by his own grief,” says Jenny Slate. Courtesy of A24.

“Marcel the Shell With Shoes On” debuted on YouTube in 2010 in a three-minute video, which has gained more than 32 million views. Now the seashell’s story continues in a full-length film.

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The Supreme Court’s decision to limit the EPA’s ability to regulate power plants’ carbon emissions is a huge blow to the Biden administration’s efforts to tackle climate change.