Ronald D. Moore is developing several series for Disney + based on the Magic Kingdom and the various attractions and characters at Disney World.
Ronald D. Moore, the creator of Battlestar galactica Y stranger, has signed a new production contract with Disney and one of its projects will be a set of series set within the Magic Kingdom Universe. This is the second major Disney project that Moore is linked to, as he is developing a new series based on The Swiss Robinson family next to Crazy Rich Asians director Jon M. Chu.
Since then Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl He then launched one of Disney’s biggest franchises, theme park attractions have often been sought out for movie inspiration, but so far none have reached the heights of Jack Sparrow’s adventures. The bears of the country was released a year before pirates of the Caribbean and acted so badly with critics and audiences that he nearly killed the Pirates franchise before it took off. Haunted Mansion, which opened the same year as the first pirates of the Caribbean The film failed to capture public attention and the studio announced a 2010 Guillermo Del Toro reboot that never materialized. The world of tomorrow It was released in 2015, and despite the pedigree of the talent involved, the film flopped at the box office. Disney now hopes that Jungle cruise, which was delayed from 2020 to 2021, will kick off a new franchise for them. Together with Moore, they now have the opportunity to bring to life an idea that they have been developing for more than ten years.
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According to Variety, Moore is developing multiple television projects for Disney + set in Disney’s Magic Kingdom. The series will be drawn from various sources in the theme park and Moore is working closely with Disney Imagineers. The first project will be The Society of Explorers and Adventurers that Moore will write and serve as executive producer.
Disney currently owns two of the largest interconnected universes with the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Star Wars, and this isn’t the first time they’ve tried to connect their various Disney theme park properties. Kevin Smith was working on an adaptation of The Guardians of the Kingdom, a series of young adult fantasy novels that takes place inside the Disney theme park, for Disney + before executives took the project offline. In 2010, Jon Favreau signed on to direct a film titled The magic kingdom based on the various attractions and worlds of the theme park that come to life. The original script for that proposed film project was written by Moore before other writers joined. It seems that Moore could be reusing some of his original concepts in this series.
Despite the fact that many of the attractions at Disney theme parks are based on various Disney properties, and some have even been facelifts to convert pre-existing attractions into attractions related to the various Marvel and Pixar properties, many of them They are unique to the park and tell unique images and stories exclusive to them. The various lands in the parks display a wide variety of stories to tell with untold characters and possibilities to explore. Moore’s Magic Kingdom projects, specifically The Society of Explorers and Adventurers, recognize that potential and now have a new format to show these wonderful adventures. Walt Disney brought The wonderful world of Disney in the homes of millions of people, and now Disney + can do the same for people around the world.
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