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Check out the teaserÂ videos of “Noah” movie below:
Written on Aug 25, 2013 by Angelic
I’ve added two new clips of Logan Lerman featured in his recent film, ‘Stuck In Love’ with Lily Collins.
Written on Aug 12, 2013 by Angelic
I have uploaded new high quality event photos of Logan Lerman attends the Teen Choice Awards 2013 at Gibson Amphitheatre on August 11, 2013 in Universal City, California.
Written on Aug 10, 2013 by Grace Chan
I’ve added new digital scans of Logan Lerman featured in the new issue of Fade In magazine. Videos and interview are undercut. Enjoy reading and viewing!
You really shined in The Perks of Being a Wallflower. Whatâ€™s more, that picture has been a huge touchstone for many teens. Growing up, was there a book or a film or a piece of music that you held close as a kind of a reliable emotional companion at certain points?
Yes, definitely: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Itâ€™s the greatest love story. I saw it when I was â€” what? â€” thirteen, maybe twelve? I was just being introduced to movies; that was one of the first movies I ever saw in a theatre. It inspired me to be in movies, to want to be a filmmaker. It made me seek out Michel Gondryâ€™s other work as a director, and Charlie Kaufmanâ€™s as a writer. I love Kaufmanâ€™s choices as a writer.Adaptation blew my mind: like, â€śHow did you think of doing this?â€ť Being John Malkovich sparked an interest in Spike Jonzeâ€™s work. All those guys â€” itâ€™s a related group. Iâ€™m also passionate about [David] Fincher, and Fight Club.
How did Perks change the types of projects youâ€™re being offered?
Only in small steps: itâ€™s just opened doors to more of the people I really want to work with. If not for Perks, I probably wouldnâ€™t have doneNoah. Thatâ€™s what I mean by small steps. A lot of filmmakers and producers have me on their radar a little bit more.
When you judge an offer, is the script more important, or is the director? How do you balance those in your mind?
The directorâ€™s an obvious yes for me, usually. You cater to their vision. At the same time, itâ€™s about the material â€” if thatâ€™s strong and has value, if the characterâ€™s complicated, then Iâ€™m attracted as well. Thatâ€™s the balance. But I canâ€™t really invest myself in a project if it doesnâ€™t have a director I can trust.
What are you looking for when assessing a director that you may or may not choose to work with?
I just ask a lot of questions. I try to grasp their taste and what they technically like to do. I definitely value someone who technically has a distinct style or taste. Then I talk with whomever else theyâ€™re working with. If youâ€™re working with a filmmaker that youâ€™re not familiar with, or they havenâ€™t done enough for you to be sure about, the next best person with whom you can immerse yourself aesthetically is the cinematographer.
Is there pressure to take jobs fearing that the script you turn down will make a star of someone else?
Yes. Yes, definitely. Above that is the main fear of turning down a job and not having anything. I like to have a few options: an A and B and C and D. But you have to trust your instincts, and sometimes I havenâ€™t. Itâ€™s a tough thing to do. Iâ€™ve made mistakes in the past where Iâ€™ve done films that I didnâ€™t quite trust, that I didnâ€™t really want to do, but felt like I had to, because it might help me â€” even help me a lot. At the same time, those are not creatively fulfilling choices. What I do now instead is trust my gut that, a year from now, or whatever, this or that project will make me the most comfortable or happy when Iâ€™m out having to promote it.
There was a moment, when you were ten, that you balked at acting, and refused to pursue it for a while. Since then, youâ€™ve made twenty films in thirteen years. What drove you away, and what brought you back? I wasnâ€™t interested in films, originally. I liked movies, but I wasnâ€™t interested technically. And I did this movie, The Butterfly Effect, and that was a horrible experience. Not horrible, but it was pretty bad. I was a kid; I was barely conscious. I was like, â€śWhat the fuck is going on?â€ť • Read full story »
During this new interview, Logan has been asked about reprising his role as Percy and the whole movie of ‘Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters’ is about. I wish the interview is longer!
I’ve added a new video interview of Logan Lerman on the TV program of ‘Good Day Sacramento’! He talks about his new movie, ‘Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters’ his debut acting as a child star when he was 2 years old. Check out his interview!
Written on Aug 07, 2013 by Grace Chan
I’ve added a new video interview of Logan Lerman during the Good Morning America show on August 6th in New York City.