Known as this year's epic biblical film, "Noah" wowed the Big Apple during its premiere on March 26 with A-list stars walking on its red carpet.
"Perks of the Wall Flower" star Logan Lerman is in attendance together with co-stars Emma Watson, Jennifer Connelly and lead star Russell Crowe as they parade their fashionable attire in front of the New York press and photographers.
Crowe suits up in a dapper black suit and white button down shirt while co-star Jennifer Connelly looked spectacularly beautiful on his arm. The 43-year-old actress was dressed in Louis Vuitton with an asymmetrical, long-sleeve black leather top and a colourful tweed miniskirt. The actress paired her rock-star ensemble with black clutch and red leather ankle boots.
Lerman and Watson looked nothing but short of amazing as they dazzle the red carpet with their fashion statement. The "Harry Potter" star was dressed with Christian Louboutin shoes, a Roger Vivier nag and finished it off with Aurelie Bidermann cuff. She also rocked some bright coral lipstick that matches her clutch and had her hair swept up and parted to the side.
Directed by Darren Aronofsky, "Noah" is based on the story of "Noah's Ark" and the movie stars newcomer Douglas Booth as Shem, Noah's son, Anthony Hopkins as Methuselah, Noah's grandfather, and Ray Winstone as Tubal-cain as Noah's nemesis. Lerman plays Ham, one of Noah's son who is conflicted between two forces, his father and Tubal-cain.
The filming of the movie started in 2012 and production was based in New York and Iceland, and since its premiere on March 28 the movie has received a lot of positive reviews.
Percy Jackson 3
Lrman got his big debut when he landed the role in the 2010's fantasy film "percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief." And last year, the actor reprise his role in the sequel "Percy Jackson: Seas of Monsters."
But just recently, the actor revealed that the third instalment of the movie is not going to happen. The third novel in the series is "Percy Jackson: The Titan's Curse" will not be happening anytime soon.
"It's been a great experience for me," says Lerman during an interview with MTV. "It's opened up a lot of doors for me, but I don't think it's happening."