Ben Feldman revealed the first look at his character, Tyler Tuskman, from the upcoming “Monsters at Work” spinoff TV series that will streaming on Disney+.
“I honestly couldn’t be more excited to finally show you this 1st look painted rendering of me, Tylor Tuskmon, the eager and talented mechanic in
#MonstersAtWork -an original series coming to #DisneyPlus 2020,” Feldman tweeted.
I honestly couldn’t be more excited to finally show you this 1st look painted rendering of me, Tylor Tuskmon, the eager and talented mechanic in #MonstersAtWork -an original series coming to #DisneyPlus 2020. pic.twitter.com/g3QIaZUbAT
— Ben Feldman (@WhosBenFeldman) June 12, 2019
Titled “Monsters at Work,” the series picks up six months after the original movie’s story, with the Monsters, Inc. power plant now harvesting the laughter of children to fuel the city of Monstropolis, thanks to Mike and Sulley’s discovery that laughter generates 10 times more energy than screams. John Goodman and Billy Crystal are returning to voice their roles.
“Monsters At Work” follows Tylor Tuskmon (Feldman), an eager and talented young mechanic on the Monsters, Inc. Facilities Team (MIFT) who dreams of working his way up to the factory Laugh Floor to become a Jokester alongside his idols Mike and Sulley. Alongside Feldman, newcomers including Kelly Marie Tran, Henry Winkler, Lucas Neff, Alanna Ubach, Stephen Stanton and Aisha Tyler. Original voice actors who will return from the films also include John Ratzenberger, Jennifer Tilly and Bob Peterson.
The series will premiere on Disney+ in 2020.
“Monsters at Work” is produced by Disney Television Animation. Bobs Gannaway will executive produce with Ferrell Barron on board as a producer. Kat Good and Rob Gibbs will direct.
Released by Pixar in 2001, “Monsters, Inc.” grossed $577 million at the global box office (nearly $290 million domestically). A prequel film, “Monsters University,” which followed Goodman and Crystal’s characters during college, was released in 2013 and grossed $744 million globally and $269 million domestically.