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At the age of 19, Logan Lerman (The Patriot, Jack & Bobby, Gamer)Â has been acting for over a decade and later this year will take on the most iconic character of his career â€” one of the most recognizable heroes in literature, even:Â Dâ€™Artagnan in PaulÂ W.S.Â Andersonâ€™sÂ Three Musketeers. Lerman made his first trip to WonderCon with footage from the October 2011 3D action pic in tow and sat for a quick chat with Movieline about Andersonâ€™sÂ insane-looking take on the Alexandre Dumas novel, the reportedly in-the-works sequel toÂ Percy Jackson and the Olympians, and a little-known YouTube user known as monkeynuts1069.
What was the appeal of playingDâ€™Artagnan?
You were surrounded with quite a cast â€” Milla Jovovich,Â Luke Evans, Matthew MacFayden, Christoph Waltz, Orlando Bloomâ€¦
Nothing gratuitous, except for those flying pirate ships! But really, with a story like this thatâ€™s been adapted many times before, how do you make sure youâ€™re doing it in a fresh new way?
Your most recent film wasÂ Percy Jackson and the Olympians, which was oriented to younger audiences. Do you considerÂ Three Musketeers a first step in your adult career?
It was recently announced that a sequel toÂ Percy Jackson was in the works. Whatâ€™s the status of your involvement in that, and what have you heard so far?
Lastly, letâ€™s talk aboutÂ monkeynuts1069.
A while ago I stumbled across it and found the shorts you two made.
Do you and Dean plan on making more films together?
Three Musketeers will be released in 3D on October14.
-Logan looks like a 12-year-old beside Luke Evans. Omnomnom Luke Evans.
-It is actually uncomfortable to hear grown-up voice coming out of Logan Lermanâ€™s mouth. Like physically uncomfortable.
-Luke mentionsÂ Avatar tech and how gratifying it was to see dailies in 3-D.
-Luke describes Aramis as a 16th Century James Bond. stealthy, broody, good with women,. Paul wanted to create a batman ninja terminator Aramis, and he wears a black cloak and jumps off bridges and heâ€™s not even out of breath at the end of it. Was a priest, not anymore, but uses his charms and thatâ€™s the way Aramis rolls.
-Luke says fantastic fight choreographers, had the guy from theÂ Bourne films. Says Logan had the hardest fight ever. Logan had a 150 point fight. Both recall sparks coming from the swords during fight scenes.
-Christoph brought his Oscar to set every day and we and to refer to him as Oscar. Logan points out that itâ€™s like the plot ofÂ The Beaver.
-â€ťActing is like a tennis match, and if you have a great opponent, it ups your game.â€ť Logan Lerman
-Summit then showed a behind the scenes featurette they prepped, which included four seconds of Orlando Bloom turning in a flourish to display a hidden wall of guns, hair in a pompadour, before cutting to him seated in the interview chair.
-Orlando: Itâ€™s going to be a real feast for the eyes (AS SHALL YOU BE, ORLANDO).
-Featurette also showed one clear clip of the flying sparks the actors kept talking about, in one shot of three swords sliding against each other in a parry.
-Luke says itâ€™s good and respectful to know what your contemporaries have done with a role, but he used the book as his primary source.The role was a dream come true for him.
-Logan defines film as origin story.
-Loganâ€™s advice for teens who want to act: pursue it and donâ€™t stop. thereâ€™s a lot of criticism and itâ€™s very tough, and emotionally draining to have to audition and always be in that arena. Persistence. Luke adds, â€śdonâ€™t fear rejection.â€ť
Will the film continue as a franchise and if so are you signed on?
-Logan: we wanted to make sure we didnâ€™t need to cut around the stunt guy, we wanted to show faces.
-Luke: If you can do the stunt yourself, do it yourself. Thatâ€™s what Iâ€™m in this business to do.
In light of previous adaptations, any doubts in signing up?
-Logan: For Dâ€™Artagnan, Iâ€™m the actual age of the character in the novel, We believe that itâ€™s the untold chapter of the story, the musketeers being weaponry experts, these james bonds or navy seals of their time, and we wanted to up the action and make them more badass than the previous films.
-Luke: Itâ€™s a fantastic legendary story, and each generation should have its own interpretation of that story. Theyâ€™re good, they last forever, they deserve a place in every generation.
-Loganâ€™s love for filmmakers, great films and movies motivated him to be an actor.
-Luke started as a singer, did theater for 8 years, only 2 1/2 yrs ago did first movie,but he couldnâ€™t really do anything else, he was useless at everything else.
Five year plan?
-Logan says: I love movies and Iâ€™m just so happy and proud to be int his business. I ant to contribute to films iâ€™d love to see in theaters. I want to work with people that inspire me.
OnÂ Percy Jackson versusÂ Three Musketeers
On Milla Jovovich
Though it seems the footage is entirely reflective of the mantra â€śA Three Musketeers for a new generationâ€ť, in that it appears to be comprised entirely of explosive spectacle, the energy of the crowdâ€™s reaction is a clear indicator that this is not at all a negative.
Moderator Kevin Polowoy assured the WonderCon audience Saturday afternoon that, â€śThis is not your motherâ€™sÂ Three Musketeers,â€ť a pledge that held true as the trailer was shown to director Paul W.S. Andersonâ€™s high-octane, 3D take on the literary classic.
The trailer, which you can view below, is loaded with effects, heavily produced with the special effects and green screens. Characters spin in mid-air, dodge blasts and leap from explosions in a 17th-century France that boasts some very advanced technology. As the teaser ended, Polowoy emphasized that Andersonâ€™s adaptation is â€śa lot damn cooler than the Charlie Sheen version!â€ť
He was joined at the Summit Entertainment presentation by stars Logan Lerman and Luke Evans, who play Dâ€™Artagnan and Aramis in what the studio describes as a â€śreboot of Alexandre Dumasâ€™ storyâ€ť (Matthew MacFadyen and Ray Stevenson are the other rogue Musketeers).
Lerman, best known for his starring role inÂ Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, revealed that the movie required a lot of physical preparation, â€śa lot of training â€” fencing is tough.â€ť The actors trained for eight months before filming began, then every day during production.
The two discussed the filmâ€™s 3D aspects, with Evans noting that,â€ťwe used Avatar technology.â€ť Lerman added that Anderson knows 3D, having directedÂ Resident Evil: Afterlife 3D, and that he â€śgives you complete confidenceâ€ť in the presentation of the effects.
Evans, who also appears in the upcomingImmortals, also talked about his character Aramis, describing him as former priest turned â€śBatman/ninja/Terminatorâ€ť rolled into one.
Before a behind-the-scenes video was shown, Lerman praised his co-stars, saying that working with actors like Stevenson, Milla Jovovich, Orlando Bloom and Christoph Waltz made him work even harder.
The video introduced the crowd to the rest of the cast, and revealed a few new details about the film. One scene featured a large flying ship hovering over a castle, with large cannons firing in every direction. It was also mentioned that there were no stunt doubles, so you can clearly see the faces of the actors during the fight scenes.
Asked whether previousÂ Three Musketeers films or actors influenced him, Evans revealed that, â€śNo, the book influenced me.â€ť The actor chose to make the role his own and not based on anyone else.
Asked whether this is the start of a new franchise, the actors suggested that fans just see the movie. However, Evans said,Â Â â€śIf there is a sequel, no one is taking my role.â€ť Lerman added, â€śLikewise.â€ť
Lastly, Lerman described co-star Jovovich as one â€śass-kicking Milady!â€ť In response to her fight scenes in long dresses and tight girdles, Evans revealed, â€śMilla relished every second of it!â€ť
The Three Musketeers opens on Oct. 14.
Source: Comic Book Resources
It’s easy to say that Logan Lerman is one of the fastest rising members of young Hollywood. Only 19 years old, he’s had roles in films likeÂ The Patriot and andÂ 3:10 To Yuma and kicked off a franchise role last year withÂ Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief. He also has the eagerly anticipated adaptation of the coming-of-age novelÂ The Perks of Being A Wallflower, but first he will be fighting alongside three of the most classic characters in the history of literature: theThree Musketeers.
In Paul W.S. Anderson’s adaptation of the Alexandre Dumas book, due out in October 14, Lerman plays D’Artagnan, the young swordfighter who teams up with the legendary trio to prevent war in Europe. This past weekend at WonderCon in San Francisco, the young actor came out to talk about the upcoming film, which you can watch in the video below. Check it out!
Source: Cinema Blend
Written on Apr 03, 2011 by Angelic
The Three Musketeers was short two Musketeers at WonderCon today. Logan Lerman who plays the young rebel D’Artagnan came out to support the project along with Luke Evans who costars as Aramis. But Matthew Macfadyen (Athos) and Ray Stevenson (Porthos) were absent, as was Orlando Bloom, Milla Jovovich, and Christoph Waltz. Not to worry though, because the panel still helped shed light on the upcoming retelling of the classic story. Read below to get the dish on what to expect.
Source: Buzz Sugar
Written on Apr 03, 2011 by Angelic
I’ve added new event photos of Logan Lerman from the cast of 3 Musketeers attends Wondercon 2011 at Moscone Center on April 2, 2011 in San Francisco, California.
Written on Mar 30, 2011 by Angelic
I’ve added new event photos of Logan Lerman making his appearance at the red carpet arrival and after party of Summit Entertainment’s “Source Code” Los Angeles Premiere on March 28, 2011. This is the first appearance of Logan Lerman has attended this year.
Written on Mar 26, 2011 by Angelic
Today’s ten best young actors are going to be tomorrow’s legends. Itâ€™s hard not to be envious of these young, beautiful and talented individuals, but they will be dazzling on screen and entertaining us for many years to come.
Source: Screen Junkies
Written on Mar 26, 2011 by Angelic
I’ve added new video trailer and screen captures of Logan Lerman featured in his new upcoming film, “The Three Musketeers”.
Written on Mar 06, 2011 by Angelic
Who says sequels have to be announced the moment a movie comes out – if not before? It’s been just over a year sinceÂ ’Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief’ hit theaters and now, according to theÂ LA Times, a sequel could be in the works. Sequel talk was abuzz just before the film hit on February 12th, but when it opened in third place with $31.2 million and only went on to earn $88.8 million domestically, the concept appeared to fizzle out.
However, the film did earn an additional $137.7 million internationally, which brought its grand total to $226.5 million, well over the $95 million budget and apparently that’s enough to get original helmerÂ Chris ColumbusÂ back onboard, but only to produce. ProducerÂ Karen Rosenfelt will also return, as will the cast lead byÂ Logan Lerman. The group could reunite to begin shooting as early as this summer.
This time around, Percy Jackson, the average kid who previously discovered he’s actually the son of Poseidon, will reteam with the daughter of Athena, Annabeth (Alexandra Daddario), to journey to the Sea of Monsters to track down the Golden Fleece, the only known remedy to cure Camp Half-Blood’s magical border, the Thalia’s tree. The second film will be subtitled ‘The Sea of Monsters’ in accordance to the second book in Rick Riordan’s five-book series.
So, why should you care? The original film stands at a rotten 50% on Rotten Tomatoes and is merely being called a “modest hit” in terms of its intake at the box office, so this second should be of no interest to you, right? Well, not really. While the first film certainly has its issues, namely cartoonish CGI, it’s also wildly enjoyable. Actually, there are a number of reasons why ‘Percy Jackson: The Sea of Monsters’ could be worth your while, but let’s stick with just the top five:
1. We’re in desperate need of a fun magical franchise. As ‘Harry Potter’ and ‘The Twilight Saga’ gets increasingly dark and serious, we seem to have forgotten that teens with powers is simply a cool concept. Yes, ‘Percy Jackson’ has its perilous moments and hints at a potential romance, but overall, the tone is light and a bit goofy, which makes for a wildly fun and entertaining experience.
2. The cast is talented. One of the reasons ‘Percy Jackson’ was able to work with that lighter tone without seeming silly was due to excellent performances. Logan Lerman,Â Alexandra Daddario andÂ Brandon T. Jackson make for an excellent leading trio. Lerman has absolutely no trouble at all commanding the film and the other two make for great secondary, yet influential pals. Annabeth was a tad weak the first time around, but should her role be amped up in ‘Sea of Monsters,’ there’s no doubt Daddario will seize the opportunity.
3.Â Uma Thurman is out. Thurman’s big moment is a prime example of how the original film’s campier tone can backfire big time. The Medusa battle wasn’t tense, rather hilariously bad and the fault lies entirely with Thurman and CGI. In terms of the major oops on the effects department’s part, all you’ve really got to do to get a sense of the problem is take a look at Thurman’sÂ character poster. The snake-do is absolutely ridiculous looking and not realistic in the least. As for Thurman herself, she just didn’t try. Simply stomping around and dragging out your lines doesn’t make you sinister in the least. The bright side of this?Â SPOILER ALERT â€“ Medusa dies.
4.Â Scott Alexander andÂ Larry Karaszewski are replacing original writer, Craig Titley. Titley didn’t do a bad job by any means, but he is responsible for some of the first film’s less successful moments and that might have something to do with the fact that he tends to work on child-friendly films like ‘Cheaper By The Dozen’ and ‘Scooby Doo.’ Alexander and Karaszewski, on the other hand, have had experience with more adult fair including ‘Ed Wood’ and ‘Man on the Moon’ in addition to pieces with a more juvenile tone like ‘Agent Cody Banks.’ Should they strike the right balance, the second ‘Percy Jackson’ could be even more accessible to kids and adults alike.
5. We’re already waist-deep in this world. One issue the first film had to overcome is that not everyone’s read the books. Not only were the filmmakers responsible for getting across the story of this lightning thief, but introducing us to this world, too. While this wasn’t an issue in many respects, certain characters we merely glossed over. Who wouldn’t want to see a little more of Sean Bean as Zeus? I know I would. This time around, we already know who and what we’re dealing with, giving Alexander and Karaszewski the freedom to dig a little deeper and really flesh out the characters and their situations.
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