Logan Lerman stops to sign a few autographs for fans while exiting ABC Studios in New York City on Tuesday morning (August 6).
The 21-year-old actor chatted up his new movie, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, opening TOMORROW.
“I mean it was really different working with Thor Freudenthal as opposed to Chris Columbus. He’s a very different director, tonally,” Logan shared about the main difference of shooting the two movies.
He added, “The movie itself, as you know, is much lighter and fast-paced than the first film and, yeah, I guess the work felt different because of that. But, you know, they’re both fun movies to make, they’re just different experiences.”
Stay tuned for JJJ‘s interview with Logan – coming up soon!
Opening this week, the film follows Percy (Lerman), Annabeth (Daddario) and satyr Grover (Brandon T. Jackson) travel to the mythical land known as Sea of Monsters to retrieve a golden fleece that is essential to saving an ailing magical tree that protects his home, Camp Half-Blood.
Leven Rambin, who plays Clarisse, told Vanity Fair of her role, “I got to be something completely different than myself in this fantastical world. My character is a tough warrior, a really mean chick, who doesn’t take crap from anyone, and who can’t see that she is ever wrong or that she is ever being mean.”
Check out the stills below and the cast at the special signing in Glendale, Calif., last week! 10+ pics inside… More Here! »