Disney’s Percy Jackson Series Might See Pierce Brosnan Cast As Zeus

It’s being suggested that Pierce Brosnan could be returning to the Percy Jackson franchise, this time as Zeus in the upcoming Disney Plus series.

Brosnan played the centaur Chiron in the original Percy Jackson movie.

It’s looking like he might be brought back to play Zeus in the Disney Plus series.

This rumour has come from We Got This Covered’s sources who suggest that Disney is looking to bring Brosnan into the show.

They hoping to be able to bring the former James Bond actor back to the franchise for the role.

He was replaced by Anthony Head as Chiron in the following movie.

Brosnan did talk about how humiliating it was having to wear tights.

However, now that Disney is involved in the upcoming series, they might be able to convince him to return.

He wouldn’t have to wear tights as Zeus, which would be a good selling point for the Irish actor.

Is Peirce Brosnan going to be playing Zeus in Percy Jackson


Disney is making a Percy Jackson TV show for Disney Plus – Credit: Disney

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It was revealed that Disney was going to be making a Percy Jackson series by the book’s author, Rick Riordian and his wife, Becky Riordan via Twitter.

Here’s what Rick said about the new series coming to Disney Plus on Twitter:

“We are very excited about the idea of a live-action series of the highest quality, following the storyline of the original Percy Jackson five-book series, starting with The Lightning Thief in season one,” Riordan wrote on Twitter.

He also assured fans that he and his wife, Becky, would be involved “in person in every aspect of the show.”

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