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Written on Apr 19, 2011 by Angelic
Briefly: Youâre probably going to be hearing a lot more about Logan Lerman in the next couple years. He was reportedly in the running for Spider-Man after starring in Percy Jackson & the Olympian: The Lightning Thief. Heâs DâArtangan in The Three Musketeers (trailer here), and heâll be the lead in The Perks of Being a Wallflower, opposite Emma Watson. Now heâs booked a new role as The Only Living Boy In New York.
Deadline has the news, saying thatÂ Seth Gordon (The King of Kong,Â Horrible Bosses) is attached to direct the film.Â Allen Loeb wrote the script, which is called âa twisted coming-of-age tale in which a young man (Lerman) learns that his overbearing father is having an affair. The son tries to stop it, only to become involved with the woman as well.â
What a classic â80s sex comedy setup that is! But given that Iâm hearing that Seth Gordon has turned out a very funny and very dirty film withÂ Horrible Bosses, so I can easily envision that story turning into something that will be more in line with the sort of R-rated comedies weâve seen sinceÂ Wedding Crashers.
Source: Indie Wire
Written on Apr 18, 2011 by Angelic
I’ve added new event photos of Logan Lerman at the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival 2011, Day 1 on April 15, 2011.
Written on Apr 17, 2011 by Angelic
Last week at WonderCon Summit Entertainment screened a sneak peek of their upcoming action adventureÂ The Three Musketeers.
In addition to the footage that was presented, Summit offered select press interviews with Logan Lerman (Percy Jackson,Â 3:10 to Yuma) who plays DâArtagnan in the film.
Lerman found the experience of portrayingâone of the most iconic characters in literatureâ to be an incredible one.
The young actor embraced the opportunity to be a part of the retelling of one of his grandfatherâs most beloved tales. When asked how his interpretation would differ from the previous depictions of DâArtagnan, Lerman replied:
According to Lerman, becoming the most âbadassâ DâArtagnan that the world has ever seen requires a fair amount of preparation:
Though Lerman had done some fight and weapons training for Percy Jackson, the actor feels this film is in âa whole different league of sword play. Itâs way more detailed, way more dangerous â and itâs going to blow people away.â Lerman continued by saying that, DâArtagnan âis supposed to be the best swordsman of the group. Heâs also supposed to be the most wild and insane swordsman, so we tried to make a different style for him.â
The film itself seeks to differentiate itself from the previous iterations of The Three Musketeers as, what Lerman calls, âa more contemporary versionâ of the classic tale.
âItâs the untold chapter where the Musketeers are weaponry experts, and theyâre kind of looked at as being the James Bonds of their time, with gadgets, and little gizmos, and fun things instead of just sword fighting. It makes for a lot of fun, and offers a different twist than the other âThree Musketeersâ films.â
One of the aforementioned âgizmosâ just happens to be a flame-thrower that Matthew Macfadyen (Athos) makes use of in the film â a fact which Lerman laughingly tells us was cause for âa lot of jealousyâ on his part during production. If you have not yet done so, take a look at The Three Musketeers trailer, and see for yourself that this is, as Lerman says ânot your fatherâs âThree Musketeers.ââ
The Three Musketeers opens in theaters on October 13th, 2011.
Paul W.S. Anderson directs a cast that includes Logan Lerman, Matthew MacFadyen, Luke Evans, Ray Stevenson, Christoph Waltz and Milla Jovovich.
Source: Screen Rant
Written on Apr 17, 2011 by Angelic
The Vampire Diaries’ Nina Dobrev has joined Summit Entertainment’s upcoming adaptation of Stephen Chbosky’s popular novel The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, and most recently, Mae Whitman have all joined the cast of this upcoming potential franchise starter, which looks at the intimate account of a young girl named Charlie who must navigate the harsh halls of high school life. Nina Dobrev will be playing Candace, which was one of the more sought after roles in the film.
Stephen Chbosky will direct from his own adapted screenplay. The Perks of Being a Wallflower is expected to shoot later this year.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower comes to theaters in 2012 and stars Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, Mae Whitman, Paul Rudd, Nina Dobrev. The film is directed by Stephen Chbosky.
Written on Apr 10, 2011 by Angelic
When it was announced that filmmaker Paul W.S. Anderson would be directing a 3D telling of The Three Musketeers, anyone familiar with his work knew immediately the result wouldnât be a straightforward translation. That fact was confirmed in the recently released trailer, which has a bit of a steampunk vibe.
Logan Lerman, who plays dâArtagnan in the October release, told Spinoff Online at WonderCon that Andersonâs heroic foursome is a bit more high-tech than fans of the novel may remember. âEverybodyâs asking, âWhatâs different about this Musketeers film thatâs different than all of the other Musketeers films that have been made?â Itâs a more contemporary version, itâs the untold chapter where the Musketeers are weaponry experts.â
âTheyâre kind of looked at as being the James Bonds of their times, with gadgets and gizmos and fun things, instead of just sword fighting,â he continued. âIt makes for a lot of fun, and a whole different âŠ twist to the other Musketeers films.â • Read full story »
Written on Apr 10, 2011 by Angelic
“Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief” star Logan Lerman dropped in on WonderCon last week to promote his upcoming 3D adventure film “The Three Musketeers.” He spoke with HitFix about his role in the film and his experiences learning how to fence.
In the film, Lerman plays the dashing young d’Artagnan, who is on the path to becoming the Fourth Musketeer. The original three are portrayed by Matthew McFadyen (“MI5″), Ray Stevenson (“Punisher: War Zone”) and Luke Evans (the upcoming “Immortals”).
The film, directed by Paul W.S. Anderson (the “Resident Evil” films), also stars Orlando Bloom (“Lord of the Rings”), Christophe Waltz (“Inglourious Basterds”), Juno Temple (the upcoming “Dark Knight Rises”) and Milla Jovovich (the “Resident Evil” films). • Read full story »
Before Sony decided that Andrew Garfield would don the mantle of Peter Parker in July 2012′s “The Amazing Spider-Man,” there were a number of buzz-worthy actors in the running to fill the hero’s webbed underoos including “Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief” star Logan Lerman.
Though the 19-year-old actor didn’t wind up with the wall-crawling role, he came closer than many other prominent contenders. At one point he was even cited as a near certainty. MTV news caught up with Lerman at this past weekend’s WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco and picked his brain to see if he felt like he was missing out on playing Marvel’s renowned Web-slinger.
“I was so glad that Andrew Garfield got it. Just because he’s an awesome actor,” said Lerman, “I mean as long as they give it to someone who is, you know, worthy of having that opportunity it always works out well. And I’m always happy to see when good actors get good parts.” • Read full story »
Fans of Stephen Chbosky’s “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” have been waiting awhile for the big screen adaptation, and after a lot of rumors, the film is finally on its way into production with “Harry Potter” star Emma Watson and “Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief” star Logan Lerman signed on in lead roles Sam and Charlie.
MTV News caught up with Logan recently at WonderCon, where we peppered him for a few details about the anticipated film (70 percent of Crush readers are extra psyched that this is Emma’s first post-”Potter” role, by the way.)
“It’s definitely happening, we’re shooting that soon,” Logan assured us, when asked about the film’s production status. “We’re starting in a month now, so I’m excited. [Emma and I] haven’t worked together [before], but we met up and everything,” he said. • Read full story »
Written on Apr 06, 2011 by Angelic
Mae Whitman, star of TV showÂ Parenthood has signed on to star alongsideÂ Emma Watson andÂ Logan Lerman in the adaptation ofÂ The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Variety are today reporting that Whitman is to play Mary Elizabeth, âa tattooed vegetarian who acts as the protagonistâs first girlfriendâ. Last seen on the big screen alongsideÂ Michael Cera andÂ Mary Elizabeth Winstead inÂ Scott Pilgrim vs. the World,Â Whitman can next be seen alongside John Cusack in crime mysteryÂ The Factory. • Read full story »
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