National Treasure is making the soar to the small display with a well-known face.
Disney+ has introduced that Justin Bartha will seem on the TV sequence sequel as laptop skilled Riley Poole.
While the sequence is ready in the identical universe as the flicks, Bartha is the one film franchise star anticipated to make an look.
Then once more, possibly there can be extra acquainted faces, and we’ll be shocked because it all performs out on-screen.
Lisette Alexis, Zuri Reed, Jordan Rodrigues, Antonio Cipriano, Jake Austin Walker, and Lyndon Smith are set as sequence regulars.
The extremely anticipated drama sequence follows a younger heroine, Jess (Alexis), a superb and resourceful DREAMer who embarks on the journey of a lifetime to uncover the reality about her household’s mysterious previous and save a misplaced Pan-American treasure.
Catherine Zeta-Jones can also be locked in for an appearance as Billie, a badass billionaire with a watch for black-market antiques.
She follows her personal code, discovering herself in an thrilling race to search out the Pan-American treasure.
Bartha’s TV credit additionally embrace Atlanta, The Other Two, Godfather of Harlem, and The Good Fight.
Jerry Bruckheimer initially broke the information of the existence of the sequence to Collider.
“We’re certainly working on one for streaming and we’re also working on one for the big screen,” Bruckheimer defined to Collider in 2020.
“So, hopefully, they’ll both come together and we’ll bring you another National Treasure, but they’re both very active.”
“The television version is in process,” the producer stated.
“We have, I think, a pilot script done and an outline of the future episodes.”
Disney+ has been increasing franchises because it launched in 2019, with TV sequence based mostly on The Mighty Ducks, Star Wars, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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