My second 'Ongoing Obsession' ever, dedicated to my long-time love Logan Lerman. The first one of course was to my other lover Davy Franco. I have so many loves, sometimes I have a hard time keeping up... Hahah, not really though. I'm always creepin on my loves, I have a feeling some of them have caught on. I should probably not scare them away before I get them to fall in love with me. Well, this particular love of mine has never given me any notice. But one day it will happen...
I have talked about this guy quite a few times, because he is fantastic. And it is no joke how ongoing this obsession really is. Literally, he is my longest celeb crush. Ever since the sixth grade. I know people have been obsessed with people longer, but my feels for him are so deep. I have never stopped being obsessed with him since the first episode of Jack & Bobby. Love at first sight indeed. It makes me so sad he never came back to TV...
Aside from his face being all super cute and stuff, actually let's talk about that for a minute. He is so freaking cute. And adorable, his face and personality. He seems like such a sweetheart in all his interviews and such. I'd die if I ever got to interview him. Or talk to him. In all seriousness, he is an amazing actor. One of the best of our generation. If you haven't seen Perks of Being a Wallflower, you should, because I think it was his finest work yet. And if you've read the book, you know he was the perfect person to play Charlie.
But why a whole post on Logan right now you ask? He's back in the spotlight for the next installation of the Percy Jackson franchise. Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters is out now in theaters! Which means lots of brand new interviews, so of course we have to give him some buzzlove as well. And I will hopefully be checking it out tomorrow for my birthday! It's either that or The Butler, cause I have to see that movie sometime too! Plus, he won a Teen Choice Award this past weekend, which is so awesome!
He has a couple really exciting films in the making, which everyone should keep an eye out for. He and Emma Watson are teaming back up for Darren Aronowsky'sNoah, which should be out sometime next year. Also, he is beginning to work on Fury, a WWII film, from David Ayer who made Training Day. Um, that may end up being one of my favorite movies ever. My love in a WWII movie?! It's almost too good to be true!
Hollywood was struck with the tragic death of actor Paul Walker on Saturday, who was best known for his leading role in the Fast and the Furious franchise. Paul died in a tragic car accident in Santa Clarita, California after he and a friend slammed into a light pole while driving a 2005 Porsche Carrera GT. He was 40-years-old.
Take a look back at Paul's career. HOLLYWIRE