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Eva Green, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Juno Temple, and yes, even Lady Gaga, are just some of the new faces in Sin City, as seen in the red band trailer for “Sin City: A Dame To Kill For.” Just one of the many exclusives to come out from this weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con that we’re very thankful for, the trailer gives us a closer look at the four different tales that Frank Millar and co-director Robert Rodriguez comprised in this sequel to 2005′s “Sin City.” Green leads the titular storyline and roleRead More
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Anthony Mackie, 35, is in negotiations to join Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Jonathan Levine‘s “Untitled Xmas Comedy” for Sony, reports The Wrap. Levine, who previously directed Rogen and Gordon-Levitt in the 2011 cancer dramedy “50/50,” will direct this featured based on his original screenplay, which centers on “three childhood best friends who reunite in New York City for their annual tradition of going out on Christmas Eve.” No word from Sony, however, as to the status of Mackie’s involvement in the film, but it’s fair to assume thatRead More
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Charlotte Le Bon, James Badge Dale, and Ben Kingsley are in negotiations to join Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Robert Zemeckis‘ adaptation of Philippe Petit’s memoir “To Reach The Clouds.” The yet-to-be-titled film will dramatize Petit’s famous high-wire walk between the twin towers of the newly constructed World Trade Centre back in August 7, 1974. The phenomenal achievement, which has been called “the artistic crime of the century,” was most recently recounted by James Marsh in his 2008 Oscar-winning documentary “Man on Wire.” In this latest big screen effort of depicting theRead More
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The black and white, the sharp – sometimes too sharp – contrast, pops of color, femme fatales, guns, bad guys and Los Angeles in the rain, yup, it’s another “Sin City” alright. Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Eva Green join the franchise with “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For,” the long-gestating sequel from Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez, and you can now see the first trailer below.Read More
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When you consider the crazy fact that the first “Sin City” was released nearly ten years ago, it shouldn’t be a surprise to know that a lot of hype has grown around Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez‘s 3D neo-noir sequel “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.” While we’ll still have to wait until the snow finally melts to see this one on the big screen, today we are treated (via Entertainment Weekly) with the debut image of Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Johnny.Read More
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Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen will once again co-star on the big screen together for “50/50″ director Jonathan Levine‘s currently “Untitled Xmas Comedy,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. The yet-to-be titled Sony film will follow “three childhood best friends who reunite in New York City for their annual tradition of going out on Christmas Eve.” Based on the film’s working title, we may expect this holiday comedy to be a lot more provocative rather than family-friendly. Gordon-Levitt and Rogen will play the roles of two out of three of theRead More
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FEBRUARY 24TH UPDATE: Gordon-Levitt is now confirmed for this project, with filming to begin in May. ORIGINAL ARTICLE: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, being the renaissance man he is, has decided that the next frontier he wants to conquer is gravity. “To Reach the Clouds” is an adaptation of a memoir of the same name, penned by a man named Phillippe Petit. Petit was a French acrobat who, in 1974, strung a wire between New York City’s twin towers and then proceeded to walk across them. He also did this with no permissionRead More
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Yesterday on YouTube, Joseph Gordon-Levitt debuted his collaborative production company’s new TV show’s first episode, before it could air on TV! “hitRECord On TV” was set to premiere on PivotTV on January 18th at 7pm, but Joe’s treat to all the fans and collaborators was an early sneak peek at the pilot. Episode one is all about, well, the number one! Gordon-Levitt and other contributors to the site put together short films and a song all around the topic of One; properly fitting for the first episode, not to mentionRead More
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It’s among the most sacred of geek properties, and now Neil Gaiman’s “Sandman” may finally be headed for the big screen, with Deadline reporting Joseph Gordon-Levitt has become attached to produce, star in and possibly also direct the film. The project is set up at Warner Bros, and Gordon-Levitt is set to produce the film alongside David Goyer, who has ushered many a DC comic book to the big screen for the studio. The package comes with Gordon-Levitt attached to the lead role of Dream or Morpheus, “the personification ofRead More
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Marvel is not done courting Joseph Gordon-Levitt yet. After failing to lock him down for “Guardians of the Galaxy,” the studio is yet again eyeing the actor for another of their Cinematic Universe heroes, this time Hank Pym, aka the titular “Ant-Man.” Variety reports Gordon-Levitt is now one of two frontrunners for the role, next to Paul Rudd. “Ant-Man,” to be directed by Edgar Wright, has been the Marvel Studios project that’s been in the works for the longest with the littlest progress being made, but it looks like thingsRead More