Disney+ is about to launch on November 12 and continues announcing new shows and casts. One of those is ‘One Day at Disney,’ a 52-episode short docuseries. The show will show us the men and women who make it possible for Disney to be such a magical place that brings us the merriest memories.
The documentary will feature one of the MCU’s biggest stars, Brie Larson, who plays Carol Danvers, better known as Captain Marvel. The documentary is produced by Victoria Chamlee. Michael Antinoro and David Chamberlin are exec producers.
The documentary is partially based on a book, also called ‘One Day at Disney,’ which follows similar stories that celebrate the hard-working and inspiring lives of the people working at Disney.
The documentary will begin to air from December 3 on Disney+, only a couple of weeks after the streaming service airs.
The show and the book will feature people all around the Disney universe. Aside from Larson, we’ll also see Bob Iger, CEO of The Walt Disney Company; Jon Favreau, producer of ‘The Mandalorian’ and star and director of ‘Iron Man;’ Eric Stonestreet and Jesse Tyler Ferguson of ABC’s ‘Modern Family;’ Jason Benetti and Sage Steele from ESPN, but also not so flashy names such as Carlton Fu, Team Manager at the Shanghai Disney Resort; Cyril Soreau, fruit sculptor at Disneyland Paris; Fabian Dib, Disney Cruise Line Captain; Juan Estrella, Walt Disney Studios, Burbank, Security Guard; Kris Becker, Disney’s Animal Kingdom animal keeper, and much more.
You can check the full list of cast members here. Enjoy the trailer below: