Alex Pettyfer talks to us about making I Am Number Four and the pressures of being a leading man in a big Hollywood blockbuster at the age of 20. He also discusses working with Glee's Dianna Agron, and why he intends to remain out of the media glare so he can continue to perfect his craft as an actor.
What was the initial appeal of I Am Number Four?
Alex Pettyfer: I think the biggest appeal was [my character] John. He was this dynamic character who had so many layers to him. I loved the fact that he starts off as this insecure man and then becomes this warrior. I upendo that transition that he...
Interview: Beastly's Alex Pettyfer And Vanessa Hudgens
Author: Eric Eisenberg
There’s a reason why Beauty and the Beast is such a timeless story. It’s message about inner-beauty and looking beyond vanity is something that can and will always be applicable to our society. Any where on Earth is that story better suited than in a high school?
Daniel Barnz’s Beastly takes the traditional story and moves it to modern siku New York where a vain, pompous rich kid, played kwa Alex Pettyfer, is turned into a ghastly looking figure. In order to ever change back, he must get somebody to upendo him for...