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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 fastâŠ
âThatâs all yours,â says Logan Lerman, pointing his chopsticks at some salmon caviar on a sushi platter. âIâve never really been an egg guy. I remember having dinner with Michael Shannon, while he was playing Zod inÂ Man Of Steel, and he ordered that. He said, âDo you know what I love about this? Itâs like, Iâm eating a hundred salmon in one bite.â I was like, âAlright dude, youâre obviously in a zone or some sh*t.ââ
Lerman, as the reaction suggests, is very Californian. Heâs the archetypal laidback, good-looking guy â strikingly similiar to a young Christian Slater â and seems slightly out of place among the snow-covered streets of New York outside this restaurant. Heâs 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 âteenâ, in the Oscar-nominated WesternÂ 3:10 To Yuma, the excellentÂ Perks Of Being A WallflowerÂ and as a demigod in two less-excellent but extremely popularÂ Percy JacksonÂ films.
Now, though, Lermanâs decided itâs time to grow up, to go toe-to-toe with the caviar-eating big boys, with two heavyweight films in 2014.
âItâs a conscious move,â he says. âItâs something I want to break out of, diversify my characters, not let it get boring doing the same thing. Itâs also about working with the filmmakers I like â and great filmmakers arenât doing teen movies.â
He couldnât be doing all this in finer style. In November, heâll be sharing a tank with Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf in David Ayerâs unnamed Second World War film (working title:Â Fury), but first up heâs battling worse weather than even New York can throw up, in Darren AronofskyâsÂ Noah.
Lerman plays Ham, son of Russell Croweâs titular hero, alongside Ray Winstone, Anthony Hopkins and Emma Watson. It wasnât a hard sell.
âIâll do anything for a role with a filmmaker that I really love,â he says. âIâd entertain their kids, nanny, whatever. Iâd literally fight for a role. I found out that Darren was doing a movie and I just wanted to do it, regardless. Iâm 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 Iâd mind going for Ham. I was like, âF*ck yeah, Iâll do it. Anything you want. Iâll suck your d*ck!ââ
It should be made very clear that Lermanâs 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 inÂ The Perks of Being A Wallflower, also with Watson, got him noticed by, and working with, the best â including some personal idols.
âRay Winstone is a hero of mine,â he says. âHeâs one of the greatest â 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 youâre playing against, the better your game is. Rayâs character inÂ Noah, Tubal Cain, was so rich and violent â a lot of fun to work off. Itâs always interesting to see a tough guy on screen. Itâs always interesting when theyâre 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 havenât been comfortable to watch.â
LermanâsÂ MODEÂ shoot earlier in the day didnât fail; the military look even hinted at his own inner tough guy, with the urban, dark florals providing just enough âCaliforniaâ. He admits, though, that itâs not something heâd normally opt for.
âI respect fashion,â he says, âbut I wouldnât say Iâve got a sense of style or a wide taste in clothing. Iâm always in dark colours if I dress myself â black, dark blue or grey. I never dress myself for events or anything. Itâs always weird, like Iâm lying in a way. Iâm 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 âa walk in the parkâ. Itâs a phrase he repeats when comparing Noah to the last time he wore military clothing: making âFuryâ. This he describes as ânutsâ and âpainfulâ.
If Lerman is growing up, heâs not doing it by halves.Â FuryÂ is the name of the tank that contains Lermanâs character, Norman Ellison â a rookie called up as the Second World War is playing out its final, messy scenes on the German borderlands â along with four other men: Pitt, LaBeouf, Jon Bernthal and Michael PeĂ±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.
âI didnât watchÂ PerksÂ until it was released,â he says. âI really liked it, but felt uncomfortable watching it. I know itâs a character and everything, but itâs still uncomfortable to watch that sh*t. Thatâs kind of how I feel aboutÂ FuryÂ 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 â I quite liked it. And they brought sh*t out of me that I didnât even know was there. Iâve got to thank them for that.â
JOINING FIGHT CLUB
âYou want to talk about tough guys? I think Brad Pitt is one of the coolest tough guys in movie history.Â Fight ClubÂ 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? Heâs in killer shape and f*cking fought with the young dudes. He still looks like Tyler Durden.â
If scrapping with your heroes is one benefit of mixing it with the big boys, it clearly wasnât all a bed of roses. It certainly didnât smell like one, either. In an effort to recreate accurately the conditions a Second World War tank crew wouldâve faced, LaBeouf went beyond camping out and having a wrestle.
âHe didnât really shower,â says Lerman, laughing. âThe guy smelt like shit. Not like actual shit, but of BO. When we were fighting, I didnât 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 Iâve ever worked with. I love that guy.â
And therein lies a warning for Lerman: evidence that, now heâs no longer a juvenile fish in a small pond, his working life isnât always going to be a walk in a park. In fact, sometimes it will really stink.
Virgin Atlantic flies six times daily to New York from London Heathrow. Economy class fares start from ÂŁ164 plus ÂŁ355.45 tax. For more information visit virgin-atlantic.com or call 0844-209 7777. TheÂ MODEÂ team
stayed at New Yorkâs Sohotel courtesy of hostelbookers.com, where you can book budget accommodation in New York and worldwide. Noah is in cinemas 4 April
Jacquard floral camo sweatshirt ÂŁ440 by VALENTINO at Selfridges, selfridges.com; Camo âSid Pantâ trousers ÂŁ85 by CARHARTT,Â carhartt-wip.com
Red silk floral shirt ÂŁ805 by PRADA, prada.com; white vest ÂŁ7 by TOPMAN,topman.com
Black and white Hawaiian print shirt ÂŁ525 by SAINT LAURENT at Harrods 020-7730 1234; white vest ÂŁ7 by TOPMAN (as before); camo print âCPU PL Woodlandâ polycotton trousers ÂŁ35.99 and black âMil-Tec Invader Bootsâ ÂŁ59.99 both from MILITARY 1st,Â military1st.co.uk
Camo sweatshirt ÂŁ495 by VALENTINO at Selfridges, selfridges.com; silk floral trousers ÂŁ340 by DRIES VAN NOTEN at Selfridges,Â selfridges.com
Floral bomber ÂŁ760 by DRIES VAN NOTEN at Selfridges,Â selfridges.com; blue camo T-shirt ÂŁ250 by VALENTINO at Harrods,Â Harrods.com; British olive, paratrooper trousers ÂŁ160 by POLO RALPH LAUREN,Â ralphlauren.com
Paint-print short sleeve shirt ÂŁ500 and matching print trousers ÂŁ775 both by LOUIS VUITTON,Â louisvuitton.co.uk; white vest ÂŁ7 by TOPMAN (as before)
Photography: Christopher Hench
Fashion: Eilidh Greig
Grooming: Kumi Craig for La Mer at The Wall Group
Digitech: Sally Griffiths
Photographerâs assistant: Spencer Wohlrab
Stylistâs 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.
Written on Mar 07, 2014 by Angelic
Written on Feb 01, 2014 by Angelic
Written on Dec 13, 2013 by Angelic
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Written on Dec 13, 2013 by Angelic
Logan Lerman has come of age in the entertainment industry with an impressive body of work and is fast becoming one of Hollywoodâs most in-demand young actors, for both independent and mainstream film. Most recently, Lerman starred in the critically acclaimed, indie coming-of-age drama, âThe Perks of Being a Wallflower,â alongside Emma Watson, Paul Rudd, and Ezra Miller.Â Lerman recently wrapped production on Darren Aronofskyâs highly anticipated Biblical epic âNoahâ opposite Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins, Douglas Booth and Emma Watson. He is currently in pre-production on the highly anticipated WWII drama, âFuryâ written and to be directed by David Ayer.
Percy Jackson: Sea of MonstersÂ stays even closer to the novels as we join Percy Jackson and his friends on an epic quest to save their mythical world. The Blu-ray edition is the only place you can see an exclusive, never-before-seen animated short introducing Percyâs newest rival, Clarisse, and the only way to experience the thrill of theatrical 3D at home.Â
In the below interview, Logan talks about reprising the role of Percy, being recognized by teenage girls and remaining sane in Hollywood.
Had you read the books before taking on this character?
No, I hadnât. I didnât even know about them really. My younger cousins did though and they were really excited about it. I checked them out and they were pretty good.
How did this sequel come together? What was your preparation?
I got a call one day when I was working on a film that it was going and I got the script and I read it and I just worked off the material. I flew in and we went straight into shooting and there was not a lot of time to talk about it or think about it or anything. And so I dove in and just tried to work with the material given to me.
Do you get to see the pre-visualization as well?
I see that. I checked out the storyboards and stuff like that. I look at it so I know what weâre doing every day, but it specifically helps the most with scenes with visual effects and big sequences with monsters and stuff like that, so I know exactly what they want and those are very specific sequences because theyâre not loose.
So when you shoot scenes like that, thatâs not the time to improvise and say, âHey guys, I have a better ideaâ?
There werenât a lot of moments to improvise on this film. Especially the way I think, you know I have a little bit of a dark sense of humor so you canât really improvise with a dark sense of humor on a family film!
There is a featurette on the DVD about Deconstructing Demi-Gods, what does it take to play a Demi-God? How were the stunts on this film, compared to the first one?
Well comparatively on the first movie, I knew nothing about stunt work and now I know a good amount about stunt work because I did Percy #1 and I did another action film and I was better with a sword and things like that and fighting, so going into this I felt more comfortable, but thereâs just more work in the harder action sequences. • Read full story »
Written on Nov 15, 2013 by Angelic
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