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Written on Apr 02, 2014 by Grace Chan
I’ve added new event photos of Logan Lerman and Ray Winstone attend the UK Premiere of ‘Noah’ at the Odeon Leicester Square on March 31, 2014 in London, England.
Written on Apr 02, 2014 by Grace Chan
I’ve added new photos of Logan Lerman arrives at the Jameson Empire Awards 2014 at The Grosvenor House Hotel on March 30, 2014 in London, England.
Written on Apr 01, 2014 by Angelic
Written on Mar 30, 2014 by Grace Chan
I’ve added new photos of Logan Lerman at the ‘Noah’ Press Conference at the Four Seasons Hotel on March 24, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California.
Written on Mar 28, 2014 by Angelic
‘Noah’ actor confirms third film in YA fantasy series won’t be happening.
Logan LermanĀ won’t be returning to the role of Percy Jackson in a third film based on the long running YA fantasy series of the same name. In fact, a third movie won’t be happening at all.
“It’s not happening,” Lerman said when MTV News asked about a threequel at the junket for Darren Aronofsky’s upcoming biblical fantasy “Noah.”
Lerman starred as the title character in 2010’s “Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief,” as well as last year’s “Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.” The first two movies followed the title character, the demigod son of Poseidon as he survived the life of a hero-in-training at Half-Blood Camp while battling the forces of the Titan Kronos.
The award-winning “Percy Jackson: The Titan’s Curse” would have been the next book in the series coming to the big screen ā presumably in 2015 or 2016, if the pace of the first two films’ release was continued ā following Percy and his allies’ attempts to rescue the goddess Artemis and Percy’s long-time friend Annabeth from the clutches of their kidnappers.
“It’s been a great experience for me,” Lerman said of the role. “It’s opened up a lot of doors for me, but I don’t think it’s happening.” One of those doors is playing the role of Ham, middle son of Noah (Russell Crowe) in Aronofsky’s (“The Fountain”) epic flood fantasy. It was a role that he wasn’t even sure he’d be offered.
“I was interested in this movie before I even knew what it was. I heard that Darren Aronofsky was making a film, and there [were] potentially two roles that I could play, and I was like, ‘I’m in for either one of them.’ “
Initially, the actor went in to audition for the role of Shem (which would ultimately go to his co-star Douglas Booth), when the director asked him to read for the part of Ham. “It was actually the role I wanted more,” Lerman says. “It’s the role I liked more. There’s a lot of tension between [Ham] and Noah throughout the script and I really responded to that.”
“Noah” will be in theaters March 28th.
I’ve added new high quality event photos of Logan Lerman attends the New York premiere of Paramount Pictures’ “Noah” at the Ziegfeld Theatre on March 26, 2014 in New York City.
Written on Mar 25, 2014 by Angelic
Logan Lerman made his name playing teenagers in films such as The Perks Of Being A Wallflower and the Percy Jackson franchise. Now, though, the actor is growing up fastā¦
āThatās all yours,ā says Logan Lerman, pointing his chopsticks at some salmon caviar on a sushi platter. āIāve never really been an egg guy. I remember having dinner with Michael Shannon, while he was playing Zod inĀ Man Of Steel, and he ordered that. He said, āDo you know what I love about this? Itās like, Iām eating a hundred salmon in one bite.ā I was like, āAlright dude, youāre obviously in a zone or some sh*t.āā
Lerman, as the reaction suggests, is very Californian. Heās the archetypal laidback, good-looking guy ā strikingly similiar to a young Christian Slater ā and seems slightly out of place among the snow-covered streets of New York outside this restaurant. Heās into music, into films and, unlike so many who flock to his hometown of Los Angeles, actually in films.
His most notable roles to date have been āteenā, in the Oscar-nominated WesternĀ 3:10 To Yuma, the excellentĀ Perks Of Being A WallflowerĀ and as a demigod in two less-excellent but extremely popularĀ Percy JacksonĀ films.
Now, though, Lermanās decided itās time to grow up, to go toe-to-toe with the caviar-eating big boys, with two heavyweight films in 2014.
āItās a conscious move,ā he says. āItās something I want to break out of, diversify my characters, not let it get boring doing the same thing. Itās also about working with the filmmakers I like ā and great filmmakers arenāt doing teen movies.ā
He couldnāt be doing all this in finer style. In November, heāll be sharing a tank with Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf in David Ayerās unnamed Second World War film (working title:Ā Fury), but first up heās battling worse weather than even New York can throw up, in Darren AronofskyāsĀ Noah.
Lerman plays Ham, son of Russell Croweās titular hero, alongside Ray Winstone, Anthony Hopkins and Emma Watson. It wasnāt a hard sell.
āIāll do anything for a role with a filmmaker that I really love,ā he says. āIād entertain their kids, nanny, whatever. Iād literally fight for a role. I found out that Darren was doing a movie and I just wanted to do it, regardless. Iām not really religious, but I was excited by this idea, this Aronofsky-esque approach to the Bible. I initially went up for Shem, the older brother, but then Aronofsky asked whether Iād mind going for Ham. I was like, āF*ck yeah, Iāll do it. Anything you want. Iāll suck your d*ck!āā
It should be made very clear that Lermanās laughing when he says this; keen as he is, the 22-year-old is not a man who needs to sleep his way to the top. The rightful acclaim he received for his role as a mentally ill high-school student inĀ The Perks of Being A Wallflower, also with Watson, got him noticed by, and working with, the best ā including some personal idols.
āRay Winstone is a hero of mine,ā he says. āHeās one of the greatest ā a beast. A sexy beast. I had a good time working with him. You go into a scene and there are so many options. And you just play. The better the actor, the more options and the more unexpected choices you make. Like a tennis match, the better the player youāre playing against, the better your game is. Rayās character inĀ Noah, Tubal Cain, was so rich and violent ā a lot of fun to work off. Itās always interesting to see a tough guy on screen. Itās always interesting when theyāre crazy, too. There is a certain level of badass which guys respond to, but it depends what the director does with the character, because it can always go south. A lot of tough guys have failed and havenāt been comfortable to watch.ā
LermanāsĀ MODEĀ shoot earlier in the day didnāt fail; the military look even hinted at his own inner tough guy, with the urban, dark florals providing just enough āCaliforniaā. He admits, though, that itās not something heād normally opt for.
āI respect fashion,ā he says, ābut I wouldnāt say Iāve got a sense of style or a wide taste in clothing. Iām always in dark colours if I dress myself ā black, dark blue or grey. I never dress myself for events or anything. Itās always weird, like Iām lying in a way. Iām not really being me. But at the same time I appreciate the help, otherwise I would just be wearing the same sh*t every day.”
Back in his self-selected dark blue jeans and black T-shirt, still chewing on
sushi, he describes doing the shoot as āa walk in the parkā. Itās a phrase he repeats when comparing Noah to the last time he wore military clothing: making āFuryā. This he describes as ānutsā and āpainfulā.
If Lerman is growing up, heās not doing it by halves.Ā FuryĀ is the name of the tank that contains Lermanās character, Norman Ellison ā a rookie called up as the Second World War is playing out its final, messy scenes on the German borderlands ā along with four other men: Pitt, LaBeouf, Jon Bernthal and Michael PeĆ±a. Shot mostly in England, preparation included the five actors taking part in a month-long army-style boot camp, during which they shared a single tent, while filming itself had other discomforts in store for Lerman. Ellison, fresh-faced and positively virginal when it comes to the horrors of conflict, is thrown in at the deep end; if art and life ever reflected each other for Lerman, this was it.
āI didnāt watchĀ PerksĀ until it was released,ā he says. āI really liked it, but felt uncomfortable watching it. I know itās a character and everything, but itās still uncomfortable to watch that sh*t. Thatās kind of how I feel aboutĀ FuryĀ right now. I just got hazed throughout the whole film; the actors and director really pushed me out of my comfort zone. I hated being out there, but towards the end of it, it felt like I got Stockholm syndrome ā I quite liked it. And they brought sh*t out of me that I didnāt even know was there. Iāve got to thank them for that.ā
JOINING FIGHT CLUB
āYou want to talk about tough guys? I think Brad Pitt is one of the coolest tough guys in movie history.Ā Fight ClubĀ is one of my favourite films and Tyler Durden is one of the most badass characters ever. Every morning at 5am, David Ayer had us put on UFC-style padded clothes and fight each other for a few hours. I forgot Brad is f*cking 50, you know? Heās in killer shape and f*cking fought with the young dudes. He still looks like Tyler Durden.ā
If scrapping with your heroes is one benefit of mixing it with the big boys, it clearly wasnāt all a bed of roses. It certainly didnāt smell like one, either. In an effort to recreate accurately the conditions a Second World War tank crew wouldāve faced, LaBeouf went beyond camping out and having a wrestle.
āHe didnāt really shower,ā says Lerman, laughing. āThe guy smelt like shit. Not like actual shit, but of BO. When we were fighting, I didnāt want to get his arm around my neck because of that stench. But the dude was just f*cking dedicated, you know? More than any other actor Iāve ever worked with. I love that guy.ā
And therein lies a warning for Lerman: evidence that, now heās no longer a juvenile fish in a small pond, his working life isnāt always going to be a walk in a park. In fact, sometimes it will really stink.
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Red silk floral shirt Ā£805 by PRADA, prada.com; white vest Ā£7 by TOPMAN,topman.com
Black and white Hawaiian print shirt Ā£525 by SAINT LAURENT at Harrods 020-7730 1234; white vest Ā£7 by TOPMAN (as before); camo print āCPU PL Woodlandā polycotton trousers Ā£35.99 and black āMil-Tec Invader Bootsā Ā£59.99 both from MILITARY 1st,Ā military1st.co.uk
Camo sweatshirt Ā£495 by VALENTINO at Selfridges, selfridges.com; silk floral trousers Ā£340 by DRIES VAN NOTEN at Selfridges,Ā selfridges.com
Floral bomber Ā£760 by DRIES VAN NOTEN at Selfridges,Ā selfridges.com; blue camo T-shirt Ā£250 by VALENTINO at Harrods,Ā Harrods.com; British olive, paratrooper trousers Ā£160 by POLO RALPH LAUREN,Ā ralphlauren.com
Paint-print short sleeve shirt Ā£500 and matching print trousers Ā£775 both by LOUIS VUITTON,Ā louisvuitton.co.uk; white vest Ā£7 by TOPMAN (as before)
Photography: Christopher Hench
Fashion: Eilidh Greig
Grooming: Kumi Craig for La Mer at The Wall Group
Digitech: Sally Griffiths
Photographerās assistant: Spencer Wohlrab
Stylistās assistant: Jasmin Hadfield
Floral print used in headline by Gucci
Written on Mar 19, 2014 by Grace Chan
I’ve added new high quality photos of Logan Lerman attends the premiere of Paramount Pictures’ ‘NOAH’ at Zoo Palast on March 13, 2014 in Berlin, Germany.
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