Actor Logan Lerman stepped out in New York City on Monday (July 25) to attend the premiere of his new movie Indignation at the Museum of Modern Art.
At the premiere, Logan was joined by co-stars and director/writer/producer James Schamus as they screened the movie ahead of its July 29th release.
Logan was also spotted doing press rounds for the film on Tuesday (July 26), where he was sat down to chat about the new movie for AOL Build at the AOL Headquarters in NYC.
The film is based on Philip Roth‘s novel, is set in 1951 at a conservative college in Ohio. Logan stars as Marcus Messner, a brilliant working-class Jewish boy who is exempted from being drafted in the Korean War after getting a scholarship to the school. At his new school, Marcus soon finds himself infatuated with his classmate Olivia Hutton (Sarah Gadon), clashing with the college Dead Hawes Caudwell (Tracy Letts), and having his and his family’s plans put to the ultimate test.
Indignation hits theatres this Friday, July 29th!