Logan Lerman was pictured looking stylish in a General Quarters winter beanie hat as he promoted his new upcoming movie The Vanishing of Sidney Hall!
Logan, who is well known for playing Percy Jackson in the same named films, matched his look with a long buttoned jacket and grey boots.
Logan was in Park City, Utah promoting his new film ‘The Vanishing of Sidney Hall’ which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Logan actually plays Sidney Hall who “finds accidental success and unexpected love at an early age, then disappears without a trace.” according...
[i]*Date of Birth
19 January 1992, Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, USA
Logan Wade Lerman
5' 8½" (1.74 m)
Logan Wade Lerman was born in Beverly Hills, California. His mother Lisa (Goldman), is his manager, and his father, Larry, is a businessman. He has two siblings, Lucas (a brother), and Lindsey (a sister). Logan and his family are Jewish.
Logan wanted to become an actor at an early age. So he told his mother of his desire to be an actor when he was 2 1/2 years old....
[i]It’s hard to tell if actor Logan Lerman is terribly press shy, or simply doesn’t give a shit. Our guess is a little of both, somewhere along the tenuous line between polite and punk. Granted, it’s difficult to grasp the essence of a person during a 20-minute phone chat – on his end, from the back seat of a New York taxi – but the young actor is a hard nut to crack. His answers to questions are brief, sometimes nothing more than “Mmhmm.” It’s frustrating and admirable in equal measures. Maybe it’s a manner the Beverly Hills-born actor has learned from entering the industry...
[i] Ahead of the October 3 release of the much-anticipated teen epic Perks of Being A Wallflower,Wonderland talk to rising star Logan Lerman.
When it comes to big breaks, starring in the film adaption of a beloved coming-of-age novel, The Perks Of Being A Wallflower, is about as good as it gets. Logan Lerman, who portrays the troubled high-school freshman, Charlie, is feeling the pressure. He calls from Iceland, where he’s filming the Darren Aronofsky-directed Biblical epic, Noah, alongside his Perks co-star, Emma Watson. “I have no idea how much longer I’ll be here. Maybe a...
[i]Logan Lerman’s got a lot to live up to as the troubled lead character of 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, since Perks 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....
Age: 20 Birthday: January 19, 1992 Hometown: Los Angeles
How do you relate to your Perks character? How do you differ?
I enjoy writing and music like Charlie does, but honestly I don’t feel that we’re very similar. That’s actually what made this role so interesting for me. I’m definitely not as introverted or neurotic as Charlie! He is very naïve. I don’t think I was like that at that age.
[b]What was the first book that you felt had a deep impact on you? What was the most recent that’s had a similar effect?...
Over the past years Logan Lerman has been known as the next "Big Thing." He has been climbing up to the top of the celebrity ladder. He has been in tons of major motion pictures and in even has been elected for many awards for his performance. Obviously we can conclude that he is just another famous boy. Fortunatly as you can see at the top of the page he states that he did not get into the business to be famous and that is why most of these fans love him so much.
We are probably here for one of three reasons: we think that he is totally gorgeous, we love his movies, or we...
Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief was a moderate success for Fox 2000, making about $226 million worldwide on a $95 million budget (though most of that money came from overseas). The film was always intended to kick off a tentpole franchise for Fox 2000, so it’s not really surprising to hear that the studio is adapting the second book in author Rick Riordan’s five-volume series into a movie.
The LA Times’ 24 Frames has an insider claiming that Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Sea of Monsters is going into “active development,” and could even start...
Recap: Logan and his bodyguard took us home. Melissa passed out from getting Logan's autograph. He walked me home and gave me his cell number. It was romantic even though I lied about my age :/
It was Saturday morning and all I saw was Melissa and Jamie jumping on my bed. They were a extremely happy and I could tell by how high they were jumping. After a while, I fell off the bed and we all we laughing.