Disney+ has been busy expanding its streaming service filmography In addition to the usual Marvel and Star Wars fair, they’ve started exploring other well-known franchises to add cult-classic and popular franchises that have been dormant for years. Not just that, they’ve also continued to build a repertoire of documentary series featuring big named stars. It looks like they are adding some MArvel veterans to that list, as it’s been revealed during the Television Critics Association, as shared by Alex Zalben on Twitter.
Brie Larson is directing a series titled Growing Up that explores what it’s like to grow up. Throughout ten episodes, we join various people between the ages of 18 to 22 years, as they share their experiences growing up. With the help of some creative “cinematic reenactments,” we’ll get to witness those events that they share. Jeremy Renner has a very different adventure ahead of him, as in a four-part series titled Rennervations – nice pun – he’ll work with communities to rebuild purpose-built vehicles to help their local needs.
They sound like fun ideas, and the talent will definitely have some fun with these projects as a way to explore things they love while taking a break from the massive Hollywood productions they usually are busy with.