Emma Watson, Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller presented a exclusive clip from the movie yetserday at MTV’s First Look and you can view it below. The scene is from King’s Cafe.
There’s more clips available on the site so make sure you head over and listen to the amazing cast talk about their experience on the movie.
During a clip from the MTV First Look yesterday, Emma talked about the first kiss scene she had to do with Logan and how he made her feel safe and she felt that she had to do the scene justice.
I will try to have scans from the magazine up on the site soon, but recently Logan, Ezra Miller and Johnny Simmons were featured in OUT Magazine. Below is part of the interview that can be found on the Out Magazine website.
ON PLAYING CHARLIE:
The character was really interesting for me. His arc was really interesting. It was really challenging. Scary because there was so much there. There are places that you don’t really want to go, that feel uncomfortable, but it felt like an interesting challenge. There’s so much there for an actor to work on. There’s a lot of meat on the bone for that character. Everybody goes through that in high school, that same universal [experience of] finding yourself and figuring out how to accept yourself for who you are. In terms in getting into the character it was almost like going back into that feeling of isolation. So I tried to isolate myself as much as possible and it made me extremely awkward in front of people.
Make sure to head over to the website to read the rest of the interview!
Later today Ezra, Emma and Logan will be on MTV to premiere a exclusive clip from the upcoming movie during a interview with Josh. Details are below.
September 18, 2012 to exclusively premiere a new clip from their upcoming film at 7:56 p.m. ET on MTV during “MTV First: The Perks of Being a Wallflower.”
Logan was asked recently by the Hollywood Reporter about pranks on set and he had the following to say about what he hated being asked.
“You know what I hate? ‘Were there any pranks on set?’” he laughed. “Nobody f—-king pranks each other on a movie set! I respect all these people too much, I don’t want to screw around with their work.”
“The Perks of Being a Wallflower,” Stephen Chbosky’s movie based on his own novel, will have its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.
It is set in Pittsburgh and was filmed here a year ago with Logan Lerman, Emma Watson, Ezra Miller, Nina Dobrev, Melanie Lynskey, Paul Rudd and Dylan McDermott. It’s a coming-of-age story about a high school freshman grappling with new friends and experiences and an old, buried secret. No Toronto date has been announced for “Perks” just yet.
Well, it’s about time. THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER, based on one of my favorite novels by Stephen Chbosky, has finally got a release date, reports The Film Stage. The film is set for release on September 14th, 2012, which means that it could premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
The film, starring Logan Lerman and Emma Watson, tells the story of a young man in high school experiencing the ups and downs of being social and, well, not being social. The introverted protagonist Charlie, who fancies himself more of an observer, falls for a girl named Sam, with whom he is best friends with, as well as with her gay older step brother Patrick (Ezra Miller, still looking creepy after WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN). Patrick and Sam push Charlie to become more extroverted and sociable and the results in honest, tender, and heartbreaking moments.
The film is directed by the novel’s author, Chbosky (who also directed the film adaptation of RENT), and will be released by Summit Entertainment. The trailer will be aired on June 3, just prior to the MTV Movie Awards.
I was initially skeptical of Watson undertaking the role of Sam, but now having realized that she’s incredibly versatile, I have faith in her to execute it well. Lerman I’m unsure of, as he does not seem to look “wallflower” enough, but who knows. I’ll be interested to see how the book translates to the screen, especially since the author himself has adapted it and directed it. The novel’s epistolary style 9in the form of letters) is one of my favorite aspects, and I’m intrigued as to how that element will be included, or excluded. I hold the novel close to my heart, and I hope the film does it justice.
All of you who have been waiting for a peek at Emma Watson’s new film The Perks of Being a Wallflower won’t have to wait much longer. The actress tweeted that not only will the film’s trailer premiere during the 2012 MTV Movie Awards, but she and co-stars Logan Lerman and Ezra Miller will be there to give out an award.
“#PerksOfBeingAWallflower Trailer is going to show at the @MTVMovieAwards pre-show! @LoganLerman and Ezra and I will be there to present. : )”
“Perks’ – which is based on the popular Stephen Chbosky teen novel of the same name – centers on introverted high school freshman Charlie (Logan) and his friends Sam (Emma) and Patrick (Ezra) who help him come out of his shell.
Emma will be doing double-duty at the awards – along with being part of the “Perks” unveiling, the actress will also be representing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2. The 22-year-old is nominated in both the Best Female Performance and Best Kiss categories.
The 21st annual MTV Movie Awards air live Sunday, June 3, at 9 p.m. ET.