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The Perks of Being a Wallflower

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Here's what we have on Stephen Chbosky's, "The Perks of Being a Wallflower".

PG-13
103 min | Drama, Romance

A funny and touching coming-of-age story, THE PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER, is a modern classic that captures the dizzying highs and crushing lows of high school.

Freshman Charlie (Logan Lerman) is a perpetual wallflower until he falls under the spell of the beautiful, free-spirited Sam (Emma Watson) and her fearless stepbrother, Patrick (Ezra Miller). Together, the trio navigates love, loss, fear, hope - and the quest for the perfect song.

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Cast

Notable Cast
Logan LermanLogan Lerman...Charlie
Dylan McDermottDylan McDermott...Father
Kate WalshKate Walsh...Mother
Johnny SimmonsJohnny Simmons...Brad
Nina DobrevNina Dobrev...Candace
Nicholas BraunNicholas Braun...Ponytail Derek
Julia GarnerJulia Garner...Susan
Ezra MillerEzra Miller...Patrick
Tom SaviniTom Savini...Mr. Callahan
Paul RuddPaul Rudd...Mr. Anderson
Chelsea ZhangChelsea Zhang...Shakespeare Girl
Emma WatsonEmma Watson...Sam
Melanie LynskeyMelanie Lynskey...Aunt Helen
Adam HagenbuchAdam Hagenbuch...Bob
Mae WhitmanMae Whitman...Mary Elizabeth
Erin WilhelmiErin Wilhelmi...Alice
Reece ThompsonReece Thompson...Craig
Zane HoltzZane Holtz...Chris
Joan CusackJoan Cusack...Dr. Burton

Writer

Screenwriter
Stephen ChboskyStephen Chbosky...Screenplay/Novel

Awards

Notable Wins
Cast and Crew...Favorite Dramatic Movie
Cast and Crew...Choice Movie: Drama
Logan Lerman...Choice Movie Actor: Drama
Emma Watson...Choice Movie Actress: Drama

Box Office Data

(2012) U.S. Dollars
Budget...$13,000,000
Opening weekend...$228,359
Gross (US & Canada)...$17,742,948
Gross (World)...$33,384,127

Sources

Additional Content
Cast Photos...IMDb
Box Office...IMDb Pro
Poster...Official Site
Awards...39th People's Choice Awards
Awards...Teen Choice Awards 2013
Studio...Lionsgate/Summit
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