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â€˜The Perks of Being a Wallflowerâ€™ centers on 15-year-old Charlie (Logan Lerman), an endearing and naive outsider, coping with first love (Emma Watson), the suicide of his best friend, and his own mental illness while struggling to find a group of people with whom he belongs. Co-starring the likes of Ezra Miller, Paul Rudd, Dylan McDermott, Kate Walsh and Mae Whitman. Stephen Chbosky writes and directs the adaptation of his own highly acclaimed young adult novel of the same name. â€˜The Perks of Being a Wallflowerâ€™ is released in cinemas September 14th in the US and October 3rd in the UK. Look out for in-depth interviews with Logan Lerman, Emma Watson and Ezra Miller for â€˜The Perks of Being a Wallflowerâ€™ next week.
Where do we meet Charlie at the start of â€˜The Perks of Being a Wallflowerâ€™?
Logan Lerman: Charlieâ€™s a pretty introverted young guy. He has some demons from his past that heâ€™s trying to ignore and move on from. And heâ€™s entering High School as a Freshman, he doesnâ€™t have any friends, and his number one goal is to try to meet people and make friends. Thatâ€™s kind of where we meet him in the film. Charlie ends up meeting this group of Seniorâ€™s that take him under their wing and introduce him to things heâ€™s never seen before, and things he has never known about.
Thematically, how did you look at â€˜The Perks of Being a Wallflowerâ€™?
Logan Lerman: â€˜The Perks of Being a Wallflowerâ€™ isÂ a coming of age story. Thereâ€™s a lot of universal themes in there, at its core itâ€™s really a film about finding yourself, becoming comfortable with yourself and who you are as a person. Thereâ€™s themes I think anyone can relate to, anyone whoâ€™s been to High School, anyone whoâ€™s rememberâ€™s finding them-self, growing up. And relying on your friends, you know?
What was it like working with Stephen Chbosky, someone who directed the film, wrote the screenplay, and wrote the novel that â€˜The Perks of Being a Wallflowerâ€™ feature film is based on? A person who knows this world and these characters inside out?
Logan Lerman: Itâ€™s rare that you have a novelist, the guy who wrote the book, the guy who wrote the screenplay, and the guy whoâ€™s directing. He hasnâ€™t directed a film before, but the fact that he got permission to do that just shows heâ€™s one passionate guy whoâ€™s able to convince a lot of people that he knows every little thing about the way that he wants to make it (laughs). Stephen was awesome.
Can you talk a little about Sam and working with Emma Watson as the character?
Logan Lerman: Samâ€™s one of the first friends Charlie makes in school. Sheâ€™s also really inviting and sweet, and she brings him into this group of friends, his first group of friends in High School. And Charlieâ€™s just in love with her, you know (laughs)? Heâ€™s in the friend zone, but secretly heâ€™s in love with this girl. And Emma Watson as Sam, she did a great job in the movie and worked really hard to do the role justice. Sheâ€™s just a really talented, smart young actress.
Then youâ€™ve also got Ezra Miller as Patrick, I thought he was greatâ€¦.
Logan Lerman: Ezraâ€™s really great, he brought a lot to the role â€“ a lot of depth. Heâ€™s just extremely talented and wonderful to collaborate with. I was really fortunate to work with such a talented actor in that role. And the cast, it was full of really talented young actors! It was really fortunate to get such a good group of young actors for this film â€“ we all got on so well, it was a tonne of fun. That was really important. And Stephen has a very specific eye and he sees a connection in all the characters, he knew what he wanted.
Source:Â Flicks and Bits
Between film festivals, press junket days and bicoastal premieres,Â Logan Lermanhas been asked just about every question there is to ask about his new high school dramedy,The Perks of Being a Wallflower. And though a bit shy, he puts on a happy face and smiles as he gives his answers to eager reporters from around the world.
It can’t be easy, and there have to beÂ someÂ bad questions, right?THRÂ asked Lerman at the New York City premiere of the film on Thursday, and after a moment of thought, he made his choice.
“You know what I hate? ‘Were there any pranks on set?’” he laughed. “Nobody f—-king pranks each other on a movie set! I respect all these people too much, I donâ€™t want to screw around with their work.”
For co-starÂ Emma Watson, it must have just been a relief to be able to answer questions with her natural voice. • Read full story »
Logan Lerman’s got a lot to live up to as the troubled lead character ofÂ The Perks of Being a Wallflower, since the film is based on a beloved 1999 book and many viewers will come to the movie with their own idea of how his sensitive Charlie should look and behave. Fortunately, Lerman has got Charlie’s creator on his side, sinceÂ PerksÂ author Stephen Chbosky wrote and directed the adaptation and surrounded Lerman with a host of other promising young actors, including Emma Watson and Ezra Miller. The result is that rare teen film full of feeling, anchored by Lerman’s tremulous outcast. Last week in Toronto, we sat down with the 20-year-old actor to discuss his work (and learned a little bit along the way about howÂ notÂ to make a love mixtape).
You’ve been on a pretty big press tour for this movie, and you recently took it to the Hamptons, where Paul McCartney came up to you afterwards to praise the film. Surreal?
As an actor who grew up in the business, you tend to work almost exclusively with adults. Did it make a big difference to finally work with performers your own age?
How had you gotten to know actors like Ezra Miller and Johnny Simmons over the years? Did you ever go up against each other for roles?
Written on Sep 19, 2012 by Angelic
Written on Sep 17, 2012 by Angelic
At “Heard & Scene,” we’re often asked whatâ€”and whoâ€”may be about to burst on to the scene. Each Monday, we’ll highlight the people, places and things crossing our radar screen.
Logan Lerman, the 20-year-old star of “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” began acting because he wanted to begin directing.
Â ”The first movie that really grabbed me was ‘Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,’” he recalled. “That is when I got passionate about filmmaking.”
A student at Beverly Hills High School, Mr. Lerman shot to fame as the star of “Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief,” in addition to acting in a string of indie films like “My One and Only,” with RenÃ©e Zellweger, and “Gamer,” with Gerard Butler. But “I really wanted to get behind the camera,” he said, during a recent interview. “I got into acting at 12 to spent time on sets and to learn about the industry.”
Now Mr. Lerman is appearing in “Perks,” a long-anticipated adaptation of a book with the same title that’s developed a cultlike fan-base of adolescent misfits since its publication in 1999. The film is written and directed by the book’s author, Stephen Chbosky, with whom Mr. Lerman quickly formed a friendship.
Mr. Lerman said the book was “really popular in [his] high school,” though he actually didn’t read it until after “falling in love with the script.” The movie had its premiere in New York last week at the Crosby Street Hotel, and was celebrated at a party thrown by the Cinema Society, where Mr. Lerman had a circle of fans and photographers around him.
Despite the high anticipation, he tends to answer questions in a calm and straightforward tone. Do the “Perks” fans make him nervous? “Not really,” he said. “It was stressful enough just trying to do justice to the material. I didn’t think about any extra pressure.” Working with “Harry Potter” star Emma Watson? “Awesome! The script has some intense stuff going on, but the cast is young and had fun and became tight right away.”
Mr. Lerman is now spending his first-ever couple of weeks in New York, filming a retelling of the Noah’s Ark story, directed by Darren Aronofsky, of “Black Swan” fame. He plays “a friend of Noah’s” in the film, he said.
“I’m afraid to say too much about it,” he added, after mentioning that the film had also been shot in Iceland. Mr. Aronofsky is one of the many filmmakers the young actor admiresâ€”others include David Fincher and “young, new ones” like Xavier Dolan, who he recently met at the Toronto Film Festival.
“I’m fascinated by how the great ones can dictate their visions so clearly,” he said.
So will he ever end up writing scripts and shooting scenes?
“I do a little bit of writing but my confidence in my writing has gotten away from me a little bit,” he said. Which is fine, for now. “It’s really weird: I started acting as a hobby, and I’ve managed. Now it’s a profession.”
Source: Wall Street Journal
Written on Sep 17, 2012 by Angelic
Emma Watson, Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller play our game of cultural clash in this exclusive preview clip from “MTV First: The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” airing Tuesday at 7:56 pm on MTV!
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