In the film, the son of Poseidon, Percy Jackson (Logan Lerman), and his friends must save their den, Camp Half-Blood. Half-bloods are pretty much like any other lay human, but with a few noticeable differences like an eye on the forehead, six-seven hands, horns... and the list goes on. They were happy and safe in Camp Half-Blood until evil forces struck.
The only thing that has the power to save their home is the Golden Fleece inside the sea of monsters, better known as the Bermuda Triangle amongst humans. Clearly, the film, which will release in both 2D and 3D, has a lot of scope to offer a visual extravaganza.
True, Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief did not really garner the kind of reviews one was expecting it to, its $226 million box office collection certainly proved the fact that the readers of the Percy Jackson & The Olympians book series don’t care much about the reviews, and will watch its film adaptation anyway.