Logan Lerman Responds to Possibility of ‘Percy Jackson & the Olympians’ Series Cameo

Logan Lerman is reacting to a potential cameo in the upcoming Percy Jackson and the Olympians TV series.

The 30-year-old actor of course starred in the movies as Percy, which Walker Scobell will be taking on the title role for the Disney+ show.

At the premiere of his new movie Bullet Train, Logan was asked about his thoughts on the new series and the possibility that he’ll make an appearance.

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“I’m really excited,” he told THR. “Curious to see it — everything I’ve seen so far, peripherally, just about casting and how they’re doing it, and that [‘Percy Jackson’ author] Rick [Riordan] is running it, just makes me happy. It makes me happy for the fans and excited for this new generation to watch it.”

Sooo… could he make a cameo in some type of role?

“It’s an interesting question because, could you? Sure. But, I’m not. I’m not,” Logan said, adding that it “just depend on certain factors, a number of things, but most importantly the quality of the script and the role.”

“But they haven’t talked to me, they don’t want me in it, I don’t think,” he said. “I probably would’ve heard something by now. But either way, who cares? It’s awesome that they’re making it, and I’m excited to see them do it.”

ICYMI: See what Rick recently shared about when the show will premiere and if there will be a second season.

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