The film series of Percy Jackson was not very much successful. Also, the series has received much criticism for both movies. But now, Percy Jackson TV series is in the works which will release on Disney+. Fans are also wondering how the series will be better than the movies;
Here All The Details About How Disney+ Series Of Percy Jackson Will Save The Franchise:
Percy Jackson Movies Failed
The film franchise of Percy Jackson was failed, and the movies faced criticism that it does not appear at the level of the novels. The stories are very much different from the film as a comparison to the novels. The characters in the movies are featured as adults, whereas, in the novels, the main characters are kids.
So changing the story of the movies leads to the failure of the film franchise. Even the writer of Percy Jackson’s novels named Rick Riordan, also not like the movies, and he didn’t watch them.
How Disney+ Series Will Be Better Than Movies?
Percy Jackson Disney+ series is now in the works. Fans have been wondering what new will they see in it and how it can revive the failed franchise?
So, the good news for the fans is the author Rick Riordan is involved with the project, and he will help in creating the series. He said in a statement: ‘We are very enthusiastic regarding the idea of a live-action series of the highest quality, following the plot of the original Percy Jackson five-book series, commencing with The Lightning Thief in the first season. He then said that he and his partner Becky would be included in every aspect of the show.’
So, now the author himself is associated with the Disney+ series, so we can hope that the series will be liked by the audiences and will be successful.
Percy Jackson Franchise
Percy Jackson is a movie series inspired by the novels of the identical name by Rick Riordan. It consists of two parts: Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2010) and second installment, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (2013). The series has earned approximately $430 million at the worldwide box office.