Walker Scobell Cast in Percy Jackson Series on NetflixThe percy jackson series on Netflix is an action adventure for young readers‚ and actor Walker Scobell is the latest name to join the cast. In the first book‚ The Lightning Thief‚ Percy Jackson travels across America to clear his name‚ before returning to Mount Olympus‚ where he is accused of stealing Zeus' master lightning bolt. The series follows Jackson's journey of discovery and coming to terms with his new demi-god status. Earlier in 2016‚ Scobell had his film debut opposite Ryan Reynolds in Netflix's The Adam Project‚ which had over 92 million hours of viewers in its premiere weekend.
Scobell's characterThe casting of Walker Scobell as the title character in the upcoming Percy Jackson and the Olympians series on Disney+ has been announced. The new series will be based on the best-selling novels by Rick Riordan. The new series is set to premiere in May 2020. Fans have expressed excitement over the news. Here are some of their reactions. This is just the first look at Scobell's upcoming role. The first novel in the Percy Jackson series is titled The Lightning Thief‚ and the story follows a young boy who travels the United States to clear his name before returning to Mount Olympus to confront the accusations that he's committed. He struggles with his new-found demi-god status and learns to balance his duties as a human. Before starring in the new series‚ Scobell starred in the Netflix film The Adam Project alongside Ryan Reynolds. The film was an acclaimed hit‚ with over 92 million viewers watching it in its premiere weekend. The first two movies of the Percy Jackson series were very different from the books. The books begin with Percy at the age of 12‚ but the movies made him 16 from the start‚ making him appear much younger than he is. The new series is expected to take a similar approach to the books‚ and Rick Riordan is involved with the process. He has even co-written the first episode‚ and is nearing a casting decision. In a statement‚ Rick Riordan called Scobell a super fan of the books. If the Percy Jackson series was made with two-year gaps between movies‚ it would have taken about two to three years to complete the story. This time around‚ it's possible that the two Percy Jackson movies are in the works. And fans can't wait. Along with Adam Project‚ Scobell is also starring in the film The Adam Project‚ which stars Ryan Reynolds‚ Zoe Saldana‚ and Jennifer Garner. Its premiere weekend in March clocked up 92 million views. Secret Headquarters is due out on August 5. Scobell's reps include A3 Artists Agency and Jackoway Austen Tyerman.
His co-starsIn his latest role‚ Walker Scobell is playing a young boy who discovers he is half human‚ half-god. The Percy Jackson series centers around a boy who becomes half-god after discovering he is the son of Zeus. It is an action-packed series with many memorable moments. The series also follows Percy's friendship with his demigod brother‚ Jason. As far as the casting is concerned‚ Disney has yet to reveal the names of the others who have been cast. The Percy Jackson series was previously based on a series of books by Rick Riordan‚ which took about two to three years to make. However‚ the new series is expected to take a much younger direction than previous films. The series should be much more like the books than the movie versions‚ but there is still plenty of room for growth. The latest casting news comes as the production of Disney's Percy Jackson and the Olympians begins. Scobell previously starred in Netflix's Adam Project and is now starring in the title role in the new series. The adaptation is based on the popular books by Rick Riordan. According to Riordan‚ Scobell's casting was decided months before the Netflix original movie was announced. Disney has yet to announce a release date for the Percy Jackson series. It has not been announced when the series will air‚ but it is likely to premiere in December 2020. The show's director‚ James Bobin‚ and writer Jon Steinberg will work on the project. In addition to Rick Riordan‚ the show will also be executive produced by Jon Steinberg and Bert Salke‚ who are both former presidents of Touchstone Television.
His auditionRick Riordan's upcoming Percy Jackson and the Olympians television series is getting a star in Walker Scobell. The young actor dazzled audiences in his role as the young Ryan Reynolds in the Adam Project. He auditioned for the role of Grover and Annabeth months before the series was even announced. Rick Riordan and his team knew of Scobell's talent before the series was even announced‚ so the casting process was easy for them. Scobell's chemistry with the other lead Grover and Annabeth will continue to progress. According to Deadline‚ Walker Scobell has landed the lead role in the upcoming Disney+ show Percy Jackson and the Olympians. Scobell‚ who is 13 years old‚ previously starred in the Netflix show The Adam Project alongside Ryan Reynolds and Mark Ruffalo. The upcoming show is based on the popular Rick Riordan novels. Riordan has also said that he is excited for the role. The Disney+ Percy Jackson and the Olympians series is currently in the casting phase‚ with James Bobin and Jon Steinberg helming the production. Riordan is currently promoting the project on his website‚ and he has shared casting details. Casting will begin this summer‚ and he has promised to keep fans updated on the news. The premiere date is still unknown. However‚ Scobell's casting is the latest sign that the series is moving forward. While the first line may not impress you‚ he has an enormous amount of potential. His natural charisma makes him an excellent fit as the new character‚ and his chemistry with Jackson will set him apart from other actors. From the first lines of the series‚ he is set to surpass expectations. He is just the right actor for the role of Camp Half-Blood. If this character gets cast in the Percy Jackson TV series‚ it will be a huge success.
His character's nameThe young actor has been praised for his role as the title character of the popular Rick Riordan book series. He was even named super-fan by the author himself. He has reportedly read the books and is a huge fan. Riordan has been keeping fans updated for years about the show and the cast. He revealed that they started considering Scobell months before the Netflix original movie was even announced. The teenager‚ who recently made his acting debut in the Netflix film The Adam Project‚ is now joining Disney+'s Percy Jackson and the Olympians series. The highly anticipated TV adaptation of Rick Riordan's novels will begin production later this summer. Scobell's role will be the titular character of the series‚ and he is excited to meet his fans. To find out more about Scobell's character name‚ you can go to his official website. The first live-action adaptation of the Percy Jackson series failed to follow the book's detail. This time around‚ Scobell's character will be a little younger than his predecessor‚ Ryan Reynolds. This new version of the character is almost exactly the same age as the original book's Percy‚ who was twelve. In the first novel‚ Poseidon and Zeus accuse Percy of stealing a lightning bolt. Since the series was greenlit‚ Rick Riordan has been giving updates on the project. After the film failed to meet expectations‚ he petitioned Disney to remake the story in a live-action television series. In addition to the series‚ Scobell made his film debut in the comedy The Adam Project opposite Ryan Reynolds. The comedy starred Scobell and Ryan Reynolds and earned 92 million viewers on its first weekend alone. As of now‚ Disney has announced only a few cast members for the next installment of the Percy Jackson franchise. Aside from Scobell‚ other cast members include Chiron and Sally Jackson. The details of the cast members will be announced in due course. The production schedule is set to begin in June 2022 in Vancouver‚ British Columbia. With the series' new release date‚ Disney is hoping to make another hit.
When I was cast my mom sent me a card that said:
“If my life is going to mean anything, I have to live it myself.”
– Percy Jackson
This is me passing that card on to Walker Scobell.
Go off, go in, live it yourself.
You are in great hands and we are so.excited.for you.
C — Chris McCarrell (@ChrisMzCarrell) April 11, 2022