Netflix confirmed Thursday that actress Kristen Bell is on board to lend her vocal talents to the streaming service's upcoming original documentary, "Chasing Coral." "Tell Me How Long," which was written by Dan Romer and Teddy Geiger, serves as the film's closing song.

Directed by Jeff Orlowski, the 2017 Sundance Film Festival flick "Chasing Coral" is slated to hit the online streaming service July 14.

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"Tell Me How Long" serves as a request for audiences to take notice of the ongoing climate crisis, but it primarily focuses on the bleaching of coral reefs — a problem that occurs worldwide. Bell, has showcased her vocal talents in films like "Frozen" and its upcoming sequel, was "inspired" to get involved.

"I was moved and inspired by 'Chasing Coral' and its message of hope for our planet's future,'" Bell said in a statement. "I feel a responsibility to care for the Earth in whatever way I can, and I was honored to lend my voice to the original song."

Bell hoped that "Chasing Coral" will initiate change and added, "As we strive to make a better world for our children, I hope this film will ignite real action in advancing climate solutions in our global communities."

Romer's film score credits include "Beasts of the Southern Wild" and "Gleason," whereas Geiger is a singer-songwriter known for composing Shawn Mendes songs like "Treat You Better" and his own 2006 song "For You I Will."

Orlowski's directorial predecessor, "Chasing Ice," examines glaciers as they're melting briskly around the planet. The film's original song, titled "Before My Time," was written by J. Ralph and performed by Scarlett Johansson and Joshua Bell. The song received an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song in 2013. That being said, there is a strong possibility that Bell's song could win similar praise.

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Bell has been vocal about her activism efforts in the past, including her desire to preserve the environment. "The Good Place" star spoke with the Huffington Post in April about her determination to protect planet earth.

"We all have to start thinking about passing earth on," Bell told the Huffington Post. "It's not here to be used and abused. I'm inspired by companies that are doing it right."

Bell hoped to encourage others to strive to make more eco-friendly choices on a regular basis, claiming environmental improvements can be made by big corporations if consumers are "loud and proud" about their concerns.

"People are realizing that everything is in the hands of the consumer. The irony is that it always has been because you vote with your dollars," she added. "When the consumer makes their desires known to companies, they have no choice but to give us what we want. That's how capitalism works and it can work for us if we are loud and proud and protect what we care about."

Leading up to Earth Day 2017, Bell announced her eco-friendly partnership with Tide PurClean and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). The joint collaboration promised to donate $5 when consumers pledged to live a clean lifestyle by using and purchasing energy saving products. 

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