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The Secret Society of Second-Born Royals, which now airs on Disney, follows five younger siblings who are heirs to various thrones, led by Andi Mack’s Princess Sam (Peyton Elizabeth Lee) These young family members royal believe they are being sent to summer school, only to discover they have been recruited by a top-secret organization to defend the royal families against a number of international threats Oh, did we mention they all have superpowers? They’re doing it!
Trained by a bespectacled professor named James Morrow (Skylar Astin from Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist), the Secondborns work to refine their respective powers – invisibility, persuasion, and more. – while bonding to each other like unlikely teammates But problems arise when Edmond (Greg Bryk of V-Wars), a traitorous former member of the secret society, breaks free from his 10-year imprisonment, vowing revenge of the woman who locked him up
Here’s where things start to get a bit confusing, so if you don’t want to experience any of the big twists and turns you might want to go back now Ready? OK, here we go: it is soon revealed that not only was Edmond responsible for the death of Sam’s father, but he killed him to take the throne… because he is Sam’s uncle! Needless to say, Sam isn’t thrilled that his mother – the director of the Secret Society of Second-Born Royals (“That’s a mouthful, we know!”) – didn’t think about sharing this information
Edmond’s last assault comes on the day of Sam’s sister’s coronation, naturally, but the secret society is ready to attack him in other words, until they find out that one of their own, a seemingly friendly princess named January (Isabella Blake-Thomas from Once Upon a Time), worked with Edmond the whole time He apparently agreed to get rid of January’s older brother in exchange for his help
Although the Secret Society is able to defeat and recapture Edmond, January manages to escape, leaving the door wide open for a sequel, in fact, the film’s final shot shows Professor Morrow walking away as the children’s private jet takes off in search of their old ally In fact, second-born babies aren’t even officially inducted into the secret society until shortly before takeoff. The movie might as well have slapped a « To be continued … » at the end
Unlike most young adult fares today, the Secret Society of Second-Born Royals is not – we repeat, no! – based on a series of books; This is an original concept devised by the film’s writing team That said, the film is more than happy to recognize the moments in which it resembles well-established franchises like The Avengers and even Batman
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