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Disney Plus: Percy Jackson Series Is In Work

Disney Plus: Percy Jackson Series Is In Work

A recent report from Hollywood shows that the series about Percy Jackson novels is in work at Disney+. Rich Riordan, the author of the book series announced about this Percy Jackson series on Thursday. He gave information to the people that Percy Jackson series is in development through a tweet on Twitter and also said that it is in early stages at the streamer. The two series of Riordan Percy Jackson and Olympians series begins with lightning theft, encompasses five novels, and also spawned two of the follow-up series that are Heroes of Olympus and Trials of Apollo. Hence, the first two series were developed by him but published by Hyperion, when the Disney subsidiary was going on.

Disney Plus: Percy Jackson Series Is In Work

Disney Plus: Percy Jackson Series Is In Work

In the 20th century, the lightning thief and the second book of the sea of monsters were adapted by them as feature films. This was the picture that started with Logan Lerman as the title character, a boy who discovers he’s the son of the Greek god Poseidon, and Alexandra Daddario as Annabeth (another Demigod). In the beginning, only the movies aged up the characters as 16 years old Percy rather than 12 years.

Later on, Riordan wrote that the potential series will be more faithful adaptation and also said that it is going to be loved by the people on a large scale. Moreover, Riordan said that we are very much excited about this live-action series of very high quality and with the original storyline of Percy Jackson five yearbook series. Therefore, the first season is going to be lightening thief, he additionally said that he and his wife Becky are personally involved in each and every aspect of this show. Hence, this new series of Percy Jackson is in development it will soon get finished, then you can enjoy it.

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