From “The Faces of Tomorrow” to “The Real Ghostbusters,” “The Faces of Tomorrow,” a collaboration between Disney XD and Marvel, brings together the world’s most iconic characters to share their ideas and perspectives on life, love, and everything in between.
As with most of the series, this season features the “real” Ghostbusters in the spotlight and is set in a world that is literally “The Face of Tomorrow.”
Here’s what you need to know about the series and what’s to come in “The Eyes of Tomorrow”: 1.
“The Ghosts of ‘The Faces’ are coming back” The series has had its share of twists and turns since its debut in 2016, and we’re excited to see what fans are looking forward to in the coming months.
“We always had an idea of the Ghostbusters of ‘Faces’ coming back, and they’re definitely coming back,” explained creator/executive producer Eric Van Dyk.
“But there’s no specific date set yet, so you’ll just have to keep your fingers crossed.”
The series will be a “real-time” series The series is set to run for three seasons and will be available on Disney XD as well as Disney Movies Anywhere, Disney XD Originals, Disney Movies Junior, Disney Junior Classics, and Disney XD Kids.
It’ll be a two-hour special The show will be set to “live on” the Disney XD app for six days every month for the first three seasons.
The special will include episodes that are not available on the Disney app, but will be exclusive to the Disney Channel.
You’ll have to get on board to see it The Disney Channel is currently in production on “The Facets of Tomorrow: A Real Ghostbusters Story” with a premiere date set for March 25, 2018.
“It’s not just about a film,” Van Dyks said.
“What you’ll see in the first season is just the first glimpse of what the world looks like after all the ghosts have been released.
You’re going to have to see that, and that’s what we’re aiming for.
That’s the big thing.
We don’t want to make any promises we won’t keep.”
There’s a whole new team of Ghostbusters to work with The team includes “real people,” as the show’s official tagline says, “real Ghostbusters.”
The series’ creative team includes the “voice of the original” and “voice” of the show, with former “Facial FX” director of photography and FX veteran John O’Toole joining the cast.
“You’re going [to] be seeing some of the voices you’ve seen in the films,” Van Diks added.
The “real ghosts” are coming to the network “There are going to be a lot of real ghosts,” Van Dysk told EW.
“I think you’re going as far as we can, as we go along.
You have some of those in the real world and some of them in the show.
You get to see some of these ghosts, and you can see some that you never got to see.”
The show is the most popular Disney XD series The show’s popularity is “out of the blue,” Van Derks said, and the creative team is “just starting to get to the heart of the characters.”
“It was a really interesting challenge for us because we were a small studio and we didn’t have any experience with live-action comedy,” he said.
“[Director] Chris Blythe and [voice] of the ghost himself, Matt [Lopez], were great mentors for us, and it’s been great to have them with us to help us in our journey.”
The first season will air on Disney Channel “It will be something you’ll be watching every day on Disney, so it will be like a ‘real-life’ version of ‘Scary Movie 4,’ which is a great way to start,” Van Daks said of the “Scary” sequel series.
“In the first ‘Scariest Movie’ episode, it’s not like you’re watching a film but it’s like you are on the other side of the room.”
The new “The Ghostbusters” season will be titled “Fearsome Ghosts” The show follows “the ghosts of ‘Cases of the Facets'” as they take on the “scary and scary” side of things.
The brand new series will also feature the characters’ signature facial expressions and special abilities.
“That’s the way we’re going with this,” Van Demysk said.
Disney XD is developing a new series based on the characters The series, “Fireside Tales: A Tale of Two Ghost Hunters,” is a “big deal,” Van Deyks said: “We’re going into the realm of a brand new show.