'Perks of Being a Wallflower's' Logan Lerman Poses for Wonderland [PHOTOS]

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Logan Lerman is at the top of his Hollywood career. It would be obvious given the success of "Perks of Being a Wallflower." Along with that success, Logan has appeared in various fashion magazines of which include his latest shoot for Wonderland Magazine.

Despite playing an awkward high school student in "Perks", Logan is anything but awkward in real life. Lerman is as good as it gets when it comes to acting and his various film projects stand as proof to that. Fans may remember Lerman as the son of Poseidon in "Percy Jackson & The Lightning Thief."

However, Logan's film success was all thanks to the film-adaptation of Stephen Chbosky's best-selling novel, "Perks of Being a Wallflower."

"Perks was taking a gamble because it was a first-time director, but Stephen is just such a passionate, intelligent, fantastic writer," says Lerman. "My audition consisted of three scenes - one was where Charlie gets stoned for the first time, a romantic scene, and Charlie having a breakdown. It was three difficult places to get to emotionally in fifteen minutes," added the actor.

Alongside Ezra Miller of "We Need to Talk About Kevin" and Emma Watson of "Harry Potter", "Perks" was brought to life. The film was of course a huge success and for Lerman filming it was extreme fun.

"We took over this wing of the Crowne Plaza in the middle of a mall in a residential area of Pittsburgh," explained Lerman, adding, "None of us had a car, so we couldn't really go anywhere, so we were kind of isolated there. We were all living on this one floor next door to each other, room to room. Doors were open all of the time; we never slept. It was like a dorm. We had a lot of fun. Mainly we played a lot of music together and really supported each other."  

So what's next after "Perks"? Well, Lerman has a few film projects lined up of which include the next big screen adaptation of the "Percy Jackson" series. Lerman will also be reuniting with Emma Watson in the biblical film, "Noah."

(All photos courtesy of Wonderland Magazine)

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