Logan Lerman: First Pics From 'Noah'

Logan Lerman: First Pics From 'Noah'

Check out your first look at Logan Lerman in his upcoming film, Noah!

The 20-year-old actor was spotted on set along with on-screen wife Madison Davenport at the Planting Fields Arboretum on Long Island, New York on Thursday afternoon (August 30).

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Logan Lerman

Directed by Darren Aronofsky, Noah is a close adaptation of the Biblical story of Noah’s Ark. In a world ravaged by human sin, Noah is given a divine mission: to build an Ark to save creation from the coming flood.

The pic is set to release in March 2014.

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  • Jess

    …..She’s like 15 years old. They couldn’t have found someone a little older to play his onscreen wife? o.O

  • Lindsey

    Wow! Logan looks like quite the sexy rebel even though he has fake blood on his face and tattered clothes.

  • Charlotte

    @Jess: Actually he has 20.

  • Charlotte

    @Jess: Sorry, yeah. You´re right. I thought you were talking about him.

  • mark

    on their age, i don’t think they’re too far off. anthony hopkins who is 74 plays a 900yr old, russel crowe,48 plays his son, the 500yr old noah…and logan, 20 plays 190ish Ham. Age in this film is experimental since it is based on a literature that is set in a fictional world, you have to keep up.

  • thaliazzz

    This looks great!

    Is that a Hunger Games book I see Madison holding? XD

  • ariel

    he cut the hair!! sexy!! :)

  • Kris

    haha i love how she is reading the hunger games :)
    and Logan, wow sexy as always!

  • malin

    Omg, Logan is soooo sexy with short hair! And fake blood dripping down his face! Haha!

  • Dan

    What’s in Logan’s hand in the picture to the left? Is he getting out a cigarette?

  • Wendy

    Logan Lerman is a beautiful Jewish boy.

  • Else Lamaack

    Although Hopkins continued in theatre (most notably at the National Theatre as Lambert Le Roux in Pravda by David Hare and Howard Brenton and as Antony in Antony and Cleopatra opposite Judi Dench as well as in the Broadway production of Peter Shaffer’s Equus, directed by John Dexter) he gradually moved away from it to become more established as a television and film actor. ”

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