There are not any tridents in Logan Lerman‘s future.
The actor, who performed demigod Percy Jackson in 2010’s Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief and its 2013 sequel Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, is not so eager on making an look on the upcoming Percy Jackson Disney+ sequence.
It is not that Logan is not , essentially—he simply does not actually assume it makes any sense.
“I get folks asking me on a regular basis if I am gonna play Poseidon, and I am like, ‘Am I sufficiently old to play Poseidon?'” Logan contemplated to Esquire Jan. 12. “I do not assume I am sufficiently old for that one! I would not solid me in that position if I used to be a part of the artistic group.”
Alright, let’s do the maths.
Logan turns 31 on Jan. 19 and Disney+ has revealed that Percy, performed by Walker Scobell, will likely be 12 years outdated within the new sequence.
So, yeah, it is likely to be a bit of a stretch—however it is a story about Greek mythology, mysterious underworlds and preventing forces of everlasting darkness, in spite of everything! Certainly we are able to droop our collective perception for the sake of a Logan Lerman return!