Fury (2014) starring Shia LaBeouf, Brad Pitt, and Logan Lerman! Looking forward to it!
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365 Days of Film
173. The Perks of Being a Wallflower
It’s an awesome flick. I caught the prescreening with my friend, and we actually got to meet the director, and his mentor, who happened to be the writer of Rebel Without a Cause, Stewart Stern! Chbosky said the character Bill was a tribute to Stern, and their relationship was so beautiful that I teared up as Chbosky shared it.
Best part of the night was taking a picture with Stephen Chbosky…
His hand on my shoulder - that hand touched Logan Lerman’s at one point, ergo, Logan’s hand touched me. Yes.
I digress. The movie was a great watch but then again I got to watch it for free. Logan Lerman was a great Charlie, but Ezra Miller really stole the show as Patrick. He owned that role and really brought Patrick to life with his own zing.
Emma Watson struggled with her accent a bit and she seemed a little awkward on screen. Nina Dobrev’s chemistry with Logan was a little off as well.
Overall, Chbosky left out several parts of the book but it was done very nicely, and the Q & A session really helped clear up as to why he did.
Current cast for Noah (2014) directed by Darren Aronofsky - could not tell you how excited I am, i.e. Logan Lerman, topped with Emma Watson, and gift wrapped with Anthony Hopkins.
Logan, I’ve missed you so.
The Perks of Being a Wallflower ten-second sneak peek. Logan Lerman, I have missed you.
Looks like there has been some casting adjustments for the 2012 adaptation of Romeo and Juliet. I swear they remake this Shakespeare classic once every decade…
Anyways, as of now, according to IMDB.com, Holly Hunter and Paul Wesley (The Vampire Diaries) are out and Paul Giamatti (The Ides of March) is in. What a huge upgrade by adding such sophistication to the cast such as Giamatti. I was worried that the movie would be a CW reunion with Wesley as Paris and Ed Westwick as Tybalt so I’m kind of glad that Wesley is no longer apart of the works.
And it is also interesting to note that they casted a Rosaline…
Logan Lerman would have been so money as Romeo….actually I’m just being bias.
Logan Lerman on the piano in Landon Pigg’s Little Darlin’