Logan Lerman Talks 'The Three Musketeers' Training

Logan Lerman Talks 'The Three Musketeers' Training

Logan Lerman snaps a pic with a fan as he makes his way around downtown Vancouver on Thursday morning (October 20).

The 19-year-old actor stars as D’Artagnan in The Three Musketeers, out THIS WEEKEND.

Logan had a chance to chat with NBC Chicago about his rigorous training for the role.

He shared, “I just remember nodding my head [during and after a conversation with director Paul W.S. Anderson] and as I was leaving with my Nick, who’s my trainer and taught me everything. As we were leaving, walking through the front gates of his house I just looked at my friend with a smile and through my teeth saying, ‘I don’t know how the h*** I’m going to do this.’”

“[I was] working out, like, six hours a day, every day, in L.A. for, like, two months before we got to Germany, where we trained for a month and a half. Then the whole time – for four or five months – I was training every day. We made it work, and I ended up becoming comfortable with the sword and I really wasn’t expecting to even to even pull through and I did. It ended up working out very well.”

WILL YOU GO see Logan’s new flick this weekend?

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  • deena

    I hope his movie does well this weekend.

  • themoviegeek

    just got back from seeing the musketeers and I thought it was awesome! don’t listen to the critics they know nothing. logan totally stole the show and he KICKED-ASS too! definately worth seeing again. all for one and one for all everyone. go check it out.

  • deena

    I guess it didn’t do that well… lol

  • alice

    i enjoyed myself and critics just don’t appreciate a fun time at the movies logan did great

  • ilene

    Logan is gorgeous. Hottest Jewish boy ever.

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