I won’t be a hypocrite and say that it’s okay because I’m genuinely sad she didn’t attend any of the events. But it’s not as if she didn’t attend and not doing anything because she was busy, she was working for her new film and for what it’s worth, no other actors or actresses attended the event, even Angelina Jolie.
I think she’s just being her usual funny self. Like anyone else would feel weird greeting yourself a happy birthday because the fan has the exact name and icon as her. I would love to see Logan’s reply to this though. lol.
Logan Lerman for Flaunt magazine.
I’m sorry I am not sure if I understood your question correctly. But are you asking me of my favorite picture of Logandra? I have so many. Since 2010. Maybe every paparazzi shot, every private picture with friends, everything when they promoted The Lightning Thief and Sea of Monsters. Although most recently, my favorite would be this:
Impression Management is Both a Symptom and a Cause of Anxiety
Logan Lerman’s first directive: respect your audience. Do this by destroying the unnecessary. I learn this when I mention that his character in Noah seemed to spend a lot of time silently emoting. Logan explains: “There’s so much that can be said with someone’s face that doesn’t need to be spoken, you know?”
That’s not just soft talk. He’s made a habit of asking directors to cut any of his lines that sledgehammer the obvious. “Exposition?” he says. “I can’t stand that. The thing is, a lot of actors stick to the script. They stick to what they think they’re supposed to do instead of contributing what they want, what they think could be better. Good actors are the ones that’ll stick up for their point of view and say hey, it’ll work better this way.”
Logan is only 22 years old, but he’s already puzzled out things that take some actors a lifetime to learn. We’ve met at the Museum of Jurassic Technology in Culver City, and Logan is dashing around the exhibit halls in an uncanny stop-motion, like a Harryhausen miniature. His energy is bright but calm, gently infectious. He’s fascinated first by a glass case full of scrimshaw pipes, and next by a diorama of Noah’s ark (“A floating coffin,” he says). I don’t remember this ark from my last visit to the museum, and, for a moment, it feels as if he’s summoning these exhibits into being, like the museum is shapeshifting itself, room by room, into exactly what he needs it to be.
After this hurricane tour, we head upstairs to the Tula Tea Room, where a stern-looking woman serves Georgian black tea out of an ornate samovar. The room is quiet, and Logan is still taken with the last exhibit we saw, a collection of microminiature sculptures that he scrutinized at length through the supplied microscopes, every detail blown up, frighteningly close.
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Oh I haven’t yet. Very early in the morning in my location now so I supposed the video was released while I was asleep and I didn’t have any means to watch it as it was shown. But I will.
Yeah he was already taken. That lady friend is very lucky as much as he is very lucky as well for having her in his life.
Thank you so much!
Logan Lerman for GQ magazine (November 2014)
PHOTOGRAPH BY PAOLA KUDACKI
Logan Lerman Went to Bootcamp with Brad Pitt for Fury
Rank: Post–child actor. He’s played the adorable floppy-haired son (Mel Gibson’s youngest in The Patriot), the kid hero (lead in those Percy Jackson movies), and the angsty teen (The Perks of Being a Wallflower). This time, the still boy-faced 22-year-old Lerman stars opposite Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf in the gritty World War II epic Fury.
Assignment: Norman Ellison, a young typist thrown into the role of assistant driver in an American Sherman tank’s five-person crew (led by Brad Pitt as the wonderfully nicknamed Wardaddy). “He has no experience with tanks,” Lerman says of his character, “but he has to secure the safety of the other men and himself. It’s basically his coming of age at war.”
On his superior: “It’s intimidating when you’re in a room with him, but he’s—it’s just such an overused term—down-to-earth. He’s just a dude. It’s Brad Pitt, the world’s biggest movie star. But it’s a situation where he’s your sergeant. And meeting your sergeant for the first time is an intimidating experience, let alone if it’s Brad Pitt.”
Basic training: “We went to boot camp before filming Fury. The lack of sleep was difficult to power through: We’d have to be on watch every night, so there was little sleeping. We all lived in a tent. There’s parts of it I probably can’t even speak about. They just wanted to break us down and rebuild us. It made us a family going into filming.”
The heat of battle: “The whole process [of filming] was very uncomfortable. It was cold and wet and dirty, and we’re in this tank, a claustrophobic space, and it’s filled with mud and piss and all this horrible stuff. But after a while, I mean, that’s your new comfortable.”
I am not sure. But if you ask me, I don’t think Alex will have a private account then tell the fans if you are a fan and I accept your request please don’t disclose my photos. I mean seriously? Do you think if she really is Alex, she is stupid enough to post private pics, then accept fans, then expect the fans to keep quiet? But you can try following her, then get back to me if something seems the real her.