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Douglas Booth & Logan Lerman Talk Noah

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Up-and-coming actors Douglas Booth and Logan Lerman play the sons of Noah in the new epic movie of the same name, featuring Russell Crowe as the eponymous hero.

Englishman Booth is perhaps best known for his performance as Boy George in the BBC Two film Worried About The Boy, while Mode coverstar and US resident Lerman is most famous for playing the title role in Percy Jackson and starring in The Perks of Being a Wallflower.

We spoke to them to discuss brotherly rivalry, useless animals and having Russell Crowe as your dad.

Noah is in cinemas April 4th

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