Disney + series with Wilmer Valderrama to make his mark with showrunner Bryan Cogman
Game of Thrones writer Bryan Cogman is on board for Disney+’s Zorro reboot with Vilmer Valdarrama as the sword-wielding Lotario.
Who’s ready for some swashbuckling and swooning? Disney Branded Television was announced Game of thrones writer Bryan Cogman writes, presents, and executive produces the latest Zorro resume for Disney +. The revamped adventure stars Wilmer Valderrama (The 70’s Show, NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service) as Don Diego de la Vega and his suave alter ego, the masked horseman known as Zorro. Valderrama will also represent action.
According to a special report Date, Cogman and Valderrama’s Zorro resume search “Diego De La Vega, who returns to his hometown, El Pueblo de Los Angeles after a family tragedy. There, he discovers a culture of corruption and injustice that forces him to take on the mantle of undercover vigilante Zorro – America’s first true superhero. “
Disney Zorro reboot repeats the Disney-ABC Zorro 1950s series. Zorro which included Guy Williams, Gene Sheldon, George J. Lewis, and Henry Calvin. The spectators went over Sorr for 78 episodes between 1957 and 1959, including my grandmother, who often bragged about Williams’ magnetism and machismo. I’m not going to lie; sometimes it got a little uncomfortable.
“We’re reimagining this Disney classic as a compelling period piece, set in the Pueblo of Los Angeles, but told in a very modern telenovela style – with richly drawn contemporary characters and relationships against the action, drama, suspense and humor of the world. An original, iconic Zorro,” said Ayo Davis, president of Disney Branded Television, in December 2021. “Wilmer shares our commitment to portraying the fascinating and rich diversity of the human experience, and we look forward to delivering a culturally relevant and entertaining story with defining characters that will connect with audiences.” -watching us for generations to come.”
Cogman was a valuable man Game of Thrones member of the production team, worked on the series for ten years and eight seasons. His hard work earned him numerous awards, including four Emmys, a Hugo Award, a Producer’s Guild of America Award, and seven Writer’s Guild Award nominations. Cogman’s eye for detail and ability to manage multiple moving parts for a fast-paced series make him a perfect fit for Disney’s. Zorro restart.
As for Valderrama, I’m excited to see his version of the cursed sword. The role allows Valderrama to evoke sexuality while showcasing his acting chops. Are Disney audiences ready? We will find out when the Zorro resume swings to Disney +.