Recently, Logan Lerman did an interview with ComingSoon.net about his recent work: The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Noah, and of course, Sea of Monsters.
CS: A lot of the films you’ve done, you were the youngest person on set. Not so much in “Percy Jackson,” you do that. You have the three of you, but a lot of the movies have you interacting with older actors, so it’s interesting to have you with your contemporaries or your peers.
Lerman: Yeah, it was definitely refreshing to be on a set with other people around your age. There’s a different kind of intimate connection we all made and it wasn’t odd to socialize after work together. It would be odd going out with someone who is three times your age and you just don’t really socialize outside of work. In this case, we all became very close.
CS: I guess you shot “Percy Jackson” in between “Perks” and “Noah,” so was it strange going back into that fantasy world?
Lerman: Oh, very difficult, yeah, very, very difficult. I mean, actually not difficult, because it wasn’t really difficult, but it was interesting to go back into that world.
CS: You’ve just done a movie like this about real people and “Percy Jackson” and “Noah” are both so fantastical, so were you still able to draw from any of your experiences making “Perks” for those movies?
Lerman: They’re just so different, so, so different. All three of them are just completely unique challenges, and yeah, I guess the variety is what makes it fun.
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