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Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (7-Aug-2013)

Director: Thor Freudenthal

Writer: Marc Guggenheim

From novel: Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Sea of Monsters by Rick Riordan

Keywords: Fantasy

Film adaptation of the Rick Riordan novel of the same name follows a Greek god's child as he endeavors to preserve the existence of a significant magical tree.

ABSTRACT
Sequel to Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2010). Percy Jackson, Greek god Poseidon's son, sets out with a crew full of friends to retrieve the Golden Fleece, a magical item required to save a tree that protects the existence of their hallowed training ground.

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NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Shohreh Aghdashloo
Actor
11-May-1952   House of Sand and Fog
Yvette Nicole Brown
Actor
12-Aug-1971   Shirley Bennett on Community
Alexandra Daddario
Actor
16-Mar-1986   Bereavement
Nathan Fillion
Actor
27-Mar-1971   Richard Castle on Castle
Anthony Head
Actor
20-Feb-1954   Rupert Giles on Buffy
Brandon T. Jackson
Actor
7-Mar-1984   Roll Bounce
Robert Knepper
Actor
8-Jul-1959   T-Bag on Prison Break
Logan Lerman
Actor
19-Jan-1992   Percy Jackson & the Olympians
Ron Perlman
Actor
13-Apr-1950   Hellboy
Missi Pyle
Actor
16-Nov-1972   Bringing Down the House
Leven Rambin
Actor
17-May-1990   Lily Montgomery on All My Children
Octavia Spencer
Actor
25-May-1972   The Help
Stanley Tucci
Actor
11-Jan-1960   Joe Gould's Secret

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