Disney is mining content from every square inch of its theme parks. Can you blame them?


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Disney + has turned to the well-known Disney superfan and stranger EP Ronald D. Moore to develop a television series set in their Magic Kingdom universe that could lead to a possible franchise in the future.

According to the hollywood reporter, the first project is titled The Society of Explorers and Adventurers, and it’s set in a world where all of the different Disney park theme lands exist in another reality populated by characters from the studio’s classic movies.

The potential series comes from 20th Television, and while it’s still in the development stage, Moore has signed a deal to write and executive produce. The Society of Explorers and Adventurers. If Disney executives like what they see of Moore’s imagination, they will entrust him with building the largest Magic Kingdom universe and oversee the entire franchise, which could even have a theatrical component if the idea proves popular enough.

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THR notes that Moore is working closely with the Disney Imagineering team, who design and create magic within Disney parks around the world, and that Disney + is already staffing a writers room that would take over from exploring characters like the Jungle Cruise sea ship captain, the Big Thunder Mountain seeker, and the Matterhorn ride climbers, to name just a few possible examples.

Moore and his Tall Ship Productions banner, which includes his longtime collaborators Maril davis Y Ben mcginnis – he recently left Sony TV to sign an eight-figure deal with 20th Television, leaving money on the table just so he could work with Disney and get his hands on the studio’s vast intellectual property. The first draft of the pact is a new version of Swiss Robinson family that Jon M. Chu will direct for Disney +.

“I decided to go there mainly because my childhood was based on many things that were from Disney. I am a huge fan and fan of Disneyland park in Anaheim to the point where I would go on my own periodically and ride the rides, Moore said recently in an interview with the Hollywood Reporter. “The opportunity to work on much of the classic intellectual property that Disney has and the things in their library that meant so much to me as a child and that I have shared with my children, ultimately, was something I couldn’t. “. do not miss.”

Moore is the mastermind behind the successful Battlestar galactica renovate, and as you can imagine, like most of Hollywood, he’s also eager to do something in the Star Wars universe. Let’s see how you do with this Magic Kingdom franchise first, before Disney hands you the keys to their royal kingdom …

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