The youthful, talented cast will rejuvenate the Wibberleys’ new drama. For the time being, it’s unclear how inexactly associated the series will be to the original movies, or regardless of whether audiences could see Cage’s Gates return once again. Be that as it may, fans can see a greater amount of the new, energetic adventure series when National Treasure comes to Disney+ at some point in the near future.
Disney+’s new show based on National Treasure has found five more cast individuals for their impending adventure-secret. The original film and its continuation, National Treasure: Book of Secrets, both starred Nicolas Cage as historian Benjamin Franklin Gates. While fans have been waiting patiently for more than a decade for fresh insight about a third film, Disney apparently changed direction when they announced a series to proceed with the franchise in another light.
National Treasure, which will come straight to Disney+, is set to follow Jess Morales (played by Lisette Alexis); a 20 year old Latina wayfarer in search of her family history. Jess’ adventure alongside companions leads her to recuperate tragically missing treasure. Original film maker, Jerry Bruckheimer, fills in as a leader maker on the new show, while original screenwriting pair, Cormac and Marianne Wibberley, return to pen the series.
Source reports that alongside Alexis, five other supporting characters have been cast. Parenthood’s Lyndon Smith will play FBI Agent Ross, who joins the adventure to substantiate herself to her bosses. Zuri Reed joins the cast as Jess’ secondary school closest companion, Tasha. Lady Bird’s Jordan Rodrigues is set to play Ethan, Jess’ long-term companion and admirer. Antonio Cipriano will play knowledgable however goofy scholar Oren, while Stargirl’s Jake Austin Walker balances the outfit as broody musician Liam, who comes from a long queue of treasure trackers.