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How to Watch Percy Jackson Movies in Order?

Written by Gabriela Vatu
Published on April 7, 2021

Percy Jackson films are really cool to watch and they take you on awesome adventures alongside the main character. Let's see how you can watch the Percy Jackson films in order. 

The Percy Jackson film series is based on the same-named novels by Rick Riordan. Even though there are multiple books featuring Riordan's character, we only get two movies to enjoy, and that's really a shame. 

The film series was rather successful, and with a budget of $185 million for both films, they managed to bring in $428 million at the box office. Of course, since the last movie came out, they've also been rather popular with fans every time they were televised and now on streaming services.

We follow Percy Jackson, a young demigod who goes on various exciting adventures. The first time around, he needs to save his mother and prove his innocence after he's accused of stealing lightning from Zeus, while the second time, he has to retrieve the legendary Golden Fleece. 

Who Plays in Percy Jackson Movies?

The first movie in the series was directed by Chris Columbus (Harry Potter 1 &2, Home Alone), while the second one was directed by Thor Freudenthal (Arrow, Supergirl, The Flash). 

The role of Percy Jackson went to Logan Lerman, and we also have Alexandra Daddario, Brandon Jackson, and Jake Abel, as well as Sean Bean, Steve Coogan, Nathan Fillion, Stanley Tucci, Rosario Dawson, Uma Thurman, and plenty others. 

How to Watch Percy Jackson Movies in Order?

When it comes to watching the Percy Jackson movies in order, there's only one way to do this - by the date they were released. We also only have two movies here, so it's not particularly complicated:

Where to Stream Percy Jackson Movies?

Now that you know exactly what order to watch the movies in, you'll need to also figure out where you can actually stream them. 

There you go, that's where you can find them. Usually, movies have a temporary licensing deal that expires, and then you can find them on other platforms. However, since 20th Century Fox distributed the movies and the film studio is a subsidiary of Walt Disney Studios, you're likely going to always be able to watch them on Disney Plus and Hulu, which are the two streaming services under the company.



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