PERCY JACKSON: SEA OF MONSTERS Films on Camp Half-Blood’s Greek Ampitheatre Set in Robert Burnaby Park
Leven Rambin, last seen on the big screen as Glimmer in box office smash The Hunger Games, showed up on the set of Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters looking a little Hunger Games today. Ramblin plays Clarisse, the daughter of Ares, the God of War, and before each take she showed off some fighting skills, jumping up and down and smacking her black leather gloved-hands together.
I watched her film the scene with Logan Lerman’s Percy Jackson, Alexandra Daddario and Brandon T. Jackson from above the wall packed with parents keeping an eye on their teenage extras and vuvuzelas sitting on the steps of Camp Half-Blood’s magical Greek Ampitheatre set, constructed on the tennis courts at Robert Burnaby Park. And then I stepped way back to take some photos from a distance, so the quality is not the best.
In the second of the Percy Jackson & the Olympians franchise, Percy Jackson heads into the Sea of Monsters to find the mythical golden fleece to save Camp Half-Blood from attack by monsters, the next installment in a series of adventures based on Greek mythology.
Percy Jackson 2 is filming on its ancient Greek sets in Robert Burnaby Park from May 8th to 28th.