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For those looking David Crosby Rip 1941-2023 shirt forward to Disney+’s Percy Jackson and the Olympians, a fresh update offers some promising news. All the way back in 2020, development started on the upcoming Percy Jackson series. Unlike the previous film adaptations, which bombed for both audiences and critics, the author behind the source material, Rick Riordan, will be heavily involved. Instead of Dylan O’Brian, this time around, Walker Scobell will be portraying the titular character. The actor previously promised that he aims to try his “hardest every single day” in order to bring the character to life as best he can. Leah Jeffries will be playing the “supportive” Annabeth Chase, while Aryan Simhadri plays Grover Underwood, “the protector of the group.” With production having been underway for months now, many fans are still wondering when exactly they might end up seeing the series launch on Disney+. Thankfully, the most recent update to the question is a promising one.
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In an interview with GoErie, Percy Jackson and the Olympians star Walker Scobell revealed when he believes the show will finally hit Disney+. While discussing how “[he’s had] four days off since May,” the star noted how the project could begin airing on Disney+ in late 2023 or 2024. This is a promising update compared with what author Rick Riordan had previously revealed David Crosby Rip 1941-2023 shirt In one of his blog posts, Riordan revealed that “the most likely air date will probably be early 2024:“ “Given all this, I think the most likely air date will probably be early 2024. Again, that’s just me guessing. The actual release dates are determined by the studio and the streaming service and have to take in hundreds of other factors like the release schedule for all Disney+ shows, timing for publicity, etc., etc.” If Scobell is correct, fans can hopefully expect to start watching the show before 2023 has come to a close. In the same interview with GoErie, Scobell noted that when they resume production on January 2, they’ll be “film[ing] all the cool stuff,” including an “Ares fight:” “That’s when we film all the cool stuff like the Ares fight (between the Greek god of war and Percy Jackson) … and then I wrap up until season 2.” Speaking of a second season, a renewal is not yet confirmed, and the star was unsure of when work for it would begin. The actor commented on how “awesome” it has been to work with author Rick Riordan on the series, but at the same time, it’s been quite “scary:” “[it’s been] awesome [to work with Rick Riordan] but also scary because he’s the guy who created the book and made all this happen. You always have to be on your A-game, especially in front of him.”