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Logan Lerman Is ‘Very Excited’ About ‘Percy Jackson’ Series

Considering Logan Lerman took part in the first adaptation of Rick Riordan’s “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” in real life, it’s still valuable to hear your thoughts about the new adaptation. As Lerman was invited to the premiere of the film.

“Bullet Train” before meeting Brad Pitt after “Fury”, he was asked about the “Percy Jackson” series in development for Disney+ claiming to be “very excited” about it.” I am extremely excited to see it”, he told The Hollywood Reporter, “because everything I have seen so far about the cast, how they are doing it, and the way Rick is developing it has made me happy.”.

“It makes me excited for the fans as well as the new generation,” he added. Despite Lerman’s desire to appear in this series, he made sure he won’t have a cameo role or a new role in the television adaptation.

Lerman starred in both film adventures of the Greek demigod, “The Lightning Thief” Y “The sea of ​​monsters” alongside Alexandra Daddario and Brandon T. Jackson as the titular character’s best friends.

The new series will star Walker Scobell as “Percy Jackson” while Leah Sava Jeffries will portray “Annabeth Chase” the Greek demigoddess daughter of Athena, and Aaryan Simhadri will portray “Grover Underwood” the satyr. As we read the novels, we find out that Percy Jackson is the son of Poseidon, and that all Greek myths are true.

The gods inhabit the 600th floor of the Empire State building, which is home to Olympus. In addition to surviving multiple adventures with his friends “Grover” and “Annabeth”, the demigod’s journey will begin with his arrival at Camp Half-Blood.

The Disney+ adaptation would be called “Percy Jackson and The Olympians”, and the main character, Percy Jackson, would be a 12-year-old demigod who has only just come to terms with his newfound supernatural abilities when “Zeus” accuses him of stealing the master lightning bolt. To find him and restore order to Olympus, “Percy” must travel across America.

Adapting the first book, “The Lightning Thief”, Riordan and Steinberg wrote the pilot, which is directed by James Bobbin, being a 20th Television series. There are five books in the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series, which were expanded with the “Heroes of Olympus” and “Trials of Apollo” series


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