Featurette on the practical ark set built for Darren Aronofsky’s Noah and a wave of new photos have been released. The featurette really makes the immense scale of the project hit home, and features some new footage from the film and interviews with the cast.
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Logan Lerman Scene magazine interview excerpts. On filming Noah in Iceland: ‘[Aronofsky] has a brilliant mind. He really knows what he wants—he knows it right away. He has a very distinct vision, and he knows how to dictate his vision to each department so specifically.’
Logan’s screen debut came early, when he played Mel Gibson’s youngest son in The Patriot: ‘Acting was my temple, in a weird way. It had a higher meaning for me when I saw films that really impacted me.’
For the most part, he avoided the Disney studios, trying for more complicated parts in spite of their dearth for young actors. Though he’d like to direct some day and applied to NYU’s prestigious film school, he skipped college so he could keep acting.
‘The older I get, the better the roles get. It’s really exciting right now. I just want to challenge myself. I want to take roles that make me nervous in a way, that are gambles, that are high-risk. Something that makes me feel uncomfortable.’
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‘I’m not ashamed to say I’m into chick flicks like The Notebook. I feel a lot of guys like that film.” What’s your party trick? “I tried to whip a cloth from underneath a table but I fucked up really bad. I haven’t tried anymore party tricks..‘
The ost overused word.. I say ‘dope’ a lot. It’s embarrassing.’ What’s your worst habit? “I like to take long showers.” Full interview UNDER! + more pix of him on set of Fury & magazine scan.
Stephen Chbosky, who directed Emma Watson in The Perks of Being A Wallflower, has signed her up to star in While We’re Young, the tale of a 75-year-old woman whose affiliation with her 29-year-old granddaughter leads her to make a birthday wish that she was that age again.
And of course, the wish comes true. It’s an adaptation of the novel 29, by Adena Halpern, and should come out after we’ve seen Russell Crowe’s biblical epic Noah, and Your Voice In My Head, based on the memoirs of writer Emma Forrest.
In a recent interview with Fan Carpet, Logan Lerman revealed how he stays grounded and that he is currently fine despite all the cliche rough patches celebrities go through. The interview asked: You seem very sane despite being successful. How have you avoided going down the wrong road? Has that been an issue for you? We see these tragic stories all the time in Hollywood. Logan responded, “I hope it’s not an issue. I think my mental health is alright. Hopefully it stays that way, you never know, it could go south. I don’t know. I’m very close with my parents. Does that make it different? I don’t know. You never know. I hope I don’t make any bad mistakes. I’m only focused on my work though. I’m not coming in with the intention to be famous or party. So that won’t affect my behavior I guess. I like movies.”
Most recently, Logan Lerman starred in “The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” and wrapped production on Darren Aronofsky’s Biblical epic “Noah” opposite Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins, Douglas Booth and Emma Watson. He is currently in pre-production on the highly anticipated WWII drama, “Fury” written and to be directed by David Ayer. FULL INTERVIEW UNDER! Very deep and honest insight to hollywood. + New Pix from the set of his new movie Fury & an old perks pic just released & more photoshoot pix!
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