The 21-year-old actor opened up to the glossy about his next blockbuster role in Noah.
“I went in as a huge fan and was just devoted. He [director Darren Aronofsky] turned out to be just a very, very humble filmmaker,” Logan shared of his experience. “He definitely has the family mentality. He works with a group of people that he’s worked with for years and years. It’s a very close-knit set, very comfortable, and that feeling was great for the creative juices. He loves that guerilla-style filmmaking; he loves that spontaneous feel. He comes up with ideas and goes with them on the spot, even if they’re not on the page.”
He added of his role, “I play Ham, one of the last children. I don’t want to give away too much of the story — I’m sure people who know their Bible know who he is and what happens. In terms of creating a period, and a myth, it was an intimidating set. We were definitely trusting Aronofsky and figuring it all out as we were going. We’d ask a lot of questions, working hard to be on the same page.”
Logan is also pictured arriving at LAX airport on Friday night ahead of the 2013 Teen Choice Awards where he’s presenting and nominated.
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