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We seek to coordinate and cooperate with each other. But I would use humor to get out of the situation and then we’d become friends. I guess that probably had a big influence on the reason I like movies so much. And I think that’s important, especially for the fans. But stepping into a character that people already know and love, I found it to be more exciting and just made me want to work harder. I was the guy people would come over to and be like, “I want to punch you in the face.” I remember someone said that to me once. LL: I think we’re all products of where we’re from and I’m from Los Angeles, which if you look at it, the only culture there is Hollywood. I ultimately would stay true to the script, but you have some things that maybe aren’t in the script that you learn from the book. JJJ: Do you feel more pressure with a role like this, which is based on books that have such a passionate fan base? I think reading the book helps you develop…you learn more about the character.The film follows Percy (Lerman) and his friends as they retrieve the magical Golden Fleece. I wasn’t really expecting it because so much time had passed in between the first film and this new installment. JJJ: This is very much an adventure film, but how do you keep those human elements in there? I get the script and I’m like, “OK, how do I kind of ground it a little bit? LL: Percy in this movie, he’s not the hero anymore. Embarking on a treacherous odyssey into the uncharted waters of the Sea of Monsters, they battle terrifying creatures, an army of zombies, and the ultimate Evil. It got to that point where I was like, “I wonder if it’s going to happen again.” And then it came up and I was, “OK.” I was doing film and I found out Percy got greenlit, and I went straight from that film to shooting. We were all tight and we didn’t really have anybody that we disliked on the first film. ” It’s a give and take, and there’s a lot of work in between there. He’s dealing with a lot of issues of self-doubt and insecurities.
There wasn’t really prep time, so I just jumped right into it. And then we had our new additions, Leven [Rambin] and Douglas [Smith], who were there like the whole time really. At the core of what this film is about, it’s about the important of friends and family, and the stronger those relationships are, they can pick you up and get you through tough times. Growing up, I’ve been through those times where I’ve had a lot of self-doubt and relied on those friendships, my close group, who I’m very close with today.
I had a passion for film, but at that age, I didn’t know what the heck I was doing.
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In honor of the release, we caught up with stars Logan Lerman and Alexandra Daddario to get the deets on the awesome sequel. Logan Lerman: This one came up kind of unexpectedly for me.