'Marvel's Hero Project': Release date, plot, and everything you need to know about the upcoming documentary on Disney +
The 20-episode series shares the remarkable, positive change several young heroes are making in their own communities across the country.
Marvel has created comics, TV series, some epic movies and it looks like they have more to offer. A Marvel documentary titled 'Marvel's Hero Project' is in the works and is slated to premiere on Disney + this November. As reported by WhatsonDisney+, the 20-episode series shares the remarkable, positive change several young heroes are making in their own communities across the country.
Ahead of the release, here's what we know about the documentary so far.
'Marvel's Hero Project' will release on November 12. The remaining episodes will be released weekly on Fridays, starting with episode 2 on Friday, November 15.
The official premise reads: "The series will follow the young heroes who are making remarkable and positive change across communities by dedicating their lives in self-less acts of bravery and kindness. In life, it doesn’t take wearing a suit of iron, carrying a mythical hammer or swinging from spider webs to be a real hero."
"Sometimes the person who can make a positive difference in the world is the person who simply sees a problem and has the passion to find a creative solution". The series will be the first-produced non-fiction, unscripted series by Marvel New Media.
David Gelb, Brian McGinn, and Jason Sterman serve as series producers. Sana Amanat, Sarah Amos, Joe Quesada, Shane Rahmani, Stephen Wacker, Liza Wyles, Maura Mandt, and John Hirsch make up the roster of Executive Producers.
There is no trailer at the moment for 'Marvel's Hero Project'. However, the series will take flight in a couple of months and we can expect a trailer dropping in some time by the end of September.
The D23 Expo 2019 saw the EPs talk in-depth about the docuseries. "There’s so much of what Marvel is, what it stands for. These kids are changing the world in simple ways. Doing great work, and not letting their age be a deterrent," said series executive producer Sana Amanat.
Stephen Wacker further added, "Taking the story of a normal kid who is living their life and now having them face these hurdles. That’s what we do. We find out what all these kids’ powers are. These special kids that were highlighted to prove that heroes and inspirations are everywhere around us, and you don’t have to have any special powers to become a hero yourself."
"Anyone can watch this show and feel like they can go out and do something. It helps families talk about difficult issues," said Sarah Amos.
Watch this space for more updates on 'Marvel's Hero Project'.
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