The latest Disney+ series, Marvel's Storyboards, will see Joe Quesada travel the world while interviewing creatives from a variety of different fields.
Marvel announced the new series, which will arrive November 12. Storyboards will take Marvel's Chief Creative Office Joe Quesada and pair him with actors, writers and even mountain climbers across 12 episodes. Quesada will experience their world and learn how each person tells a story.
So far, the announced guests include Hugh Jackman, Robert Lopez (songwriter, Book of Mormon, Avenue Q), Samhita Mukhopadhyay (Executive Editor, Teen Vogue), Johnny Weir (Olympic figure skater) and Ed Viesturs (high-altitude mountaineer). When it comes to speaking with Viesturs, who has tackled all 14 of the world's tallest peaks, that means hitting the trail.
Though the show will be an earnest exploration of storytelling, there will still be plenty of candid moments, Quesada revealed to Wired. "The results are sometimes hilarious," Quesada said. "If you want to see me face-plant in the snow several times with a mountain climber, you get your wish."
Disney+ is poised to be a big hit in the streaming world thanks to its blend of established content and brand-new series and films under the Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars and, of course, Disney umbrellas. While plenty of that will be narrative programming, Storyboards is one of several nonfiction shows announced, including Marvel's 616 and Marvel's Hero Project.
Marvel's Storyboards will premiere November 12 on Disney+.