Disney Junior has announced that actor, and long-time Disney fan, John Stamos has signed to provide his voice to not one, but two, shows on the network.
The announcements were made Friday at the “Disney Junior Fun Fest,” held at Disneyland.
Stamos will provide the voice of Iron Man/Tony Stark in season 2 of “Marvel’s Spidey and His Amazing Friends.”
”Marvel’s Spidey and his Amazing Friends” follows the adventures of Peter Parker, Gwen Stacy, and Miles Morales as they team up to defeat foes and save the day. In season two of the series, the trio of young Super Heroes are able to call on Avengers pals Iron Man, Ant-Man, Wasp and Reptil, in addition to Hulk, Ms. Marvel and Black Panther, for help when trouble arises — like when villain Electro tries to drain all of the power in the city and the Spidey Team must band together to use a new glowing web formula to turn the lights back on.
The new season premieres August 2022, and will include a new ”Glow Webs Glow” storyline. Season two will also feature four new original songs, and a ”Glow Webs Glow” anthem song by series’ songwriter/composer Patrick Stump (of the band Fall Out Boy).
Stamos will also be a featured voice in the upcoming summer special episode of ”Mickey Mouse Funhouse.”
He will voice Captain Salty Bones in ”Mickey Mouse Funhouse: Pirate Adventure,” where legendary pirate Captain Salty Bones invites Mickey, Minnie, and friends to join the biggest treasure hunt ever to see if they can become true pirates.
”Mickey Mouse Funhouse” series star Harvey Guillén, who voices the role of Funny the Funhouse, was at “Disney Junior Fun Fest” to help announce this new 22-minute special, which also features recurring guest stars Jenifer Lewis as Wheezelene and Richard Kind as Cheezel,
It is set to premiere August 2022.
John Stamos currently stars in the Disney+ series, “Big Shot,” as a basketball coach who is given a chance for redemption with a coaching position at an elite private high school.
“Big Shot” was renewed for season 2 last fall.