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When you’re done scrolling through the gold mines of Disney, Pixar, and Star Wars content on Disney+, Marvel hopes you’re going to be interested enough in its brand to check out a newly-announced non-fiction series called Marvel’s Storyboards. Sadly, this is not a deep dive into the art of creating storyboards for comics or movies (although that sounds like it’d be entertaining, too). Instead, this short-form original series will track Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada around the world as he interviews interesting people – including Hugh Jackman, who’s slated to be a guest in the first season.
According to Marvel.com, the first season of Marvel’s Storyboards will consist of 12 episodes, each of which last from 10-15 minutes. (Are we sure this isn’t going to be a Quibi original series? *Double checks* No? OK, we’re good.) Joe Quesada will serve as the host, and the Parts Unknown-style show will follow him “as he explores the origin stories and creative drives of storytellers of all mediums, backgrounds, and experiences.”
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One of those guests includes actor Hugh Jackman (fingers crossed for some Wolverine-themed showtunes!), and other episodes will feature people like EGOT-winner Robert Lopez (Frozen, Book of Mormon), Teen Vogue‘s executive editor Samhita Mukhopadhyay, Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir, and a high-altitude mountaineer named Ed Viesturs, among others. These guests will all explain their personal relationship to...
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