PERCY JACKSON: SEA OF MONSTERS’s Ancient Greek Cab at Vancouver Art Gallery

Why was there a cab with ancient greek lettering at the Vancouver Art Gallery? It could only be for the Percy Jackson sequel Sea of Monsters, the second in the film franchise about Percy Jackson and friends, who embark on a series of adventures based on Greek mythology.

It  drew a crowd of spectators to the north-west corner of the plaza to watch the scene being filmed with a tracking camera of cast (from left to right) Brandon T. Jackson, Alexandra Daddario, Douglas Smith and Logan Lerman as Percy Jackson watching as the cab, with strange white-faced creatures inside, speeds away in a cloud of smoke. Earlier, downtown workers got a kick out of watching crew on ladders clipping leaves to bare trees and rolling out their own grass turf for the shoot.

One Response to PERCY JACKSON: SEA OF MONSTERS’s Ancient Greek Cab at Vancouver Art Gallery

  1. Raquel says:

    Hi! I am enjoying the photos of the film sets of the Sea of ​​Monsters! I’m from Brazil and met the site yesterday and loved it!

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