Stephen Chbosky has adapted his highly successful and influental novel “The Perks of Being A Wallflower” into one of this year’s most touching and affecting films. The writer/director assembles a trio of highly talented young actors to bring his semi-autobiographical story life and it’s already getting getting good buzz from its run on the festival circuit. Go,See,Talk got to sit with Stephen to briefly talk about crafting this one of a kind coming of age drama and his journey from paperback to the big screen. Written and directed by Stephen Chbosky and starring Logan Lerman, Emma Watson and Ezra Miller, The Perks of Being A Wallflower will begin its limited release this Friday September 21st.
News from across the pond is that principal photography is underway on A Long Way Down, the adaptation of Nick Hornby’s (‘About A Boy’, ‘High Fidelity’) irreverent hit novel. Directed by Pascal Chaumeil (Heartbreaker, Fly Me to the Moon) with a screenplay by Jack Thorne (How I Live Now, The Scouting Book for Boys) and is currently being shot on location in England and Spain. The film features two-time Golden Globe nominee Pierce Brosnan (The Matador, Goldeneye), Academy Award nominee Toni Collette (The Sixth Sense, Little Miss Sunshine), Emmy Award winner Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad) and Imogen Poots (28 Weeks Later, Jane Eyre). Rounding out the cast are three-time Golden-Globe nominee Sam Neill (The Piano, Jurassic…