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The 'Snowden' actor and his wife Tasha McCauley welcomed their first child together on the weekend of August 15.
The 'Inception' actor will appear in the season premiere which imagines the alternate reality of Mindy Kaling's character in which she is married to Gordon-Levitt's Matt.
Philippe Petit (Gordon-Levitt), a French tightrope walker, is obsessed to walk on a high-wire hung between the two towers of the World Trade Center.
Woodley walks side by side with her on-screen boyfriend Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who takes the title role in the Edward Snowden movie.
The actor says he is confident to put out his best effort for the upcoming feature in collaboration with Lisa Henson and New Regency.
The 'Don Jon' actor is seen wearing a combat gear as he plays the NSA whistleblower in the biopic that also stars Shailene Woodley and Nicolas Cage.
A representative confirms that the 'Don Jon' actor and his girlfriend got married at a pre-Christmas wedding at their home.
A trailer from the Robert Zemeckis-directed movie shows Gordon-Levitt going to the top of a skyscraper and stepping to the edge before carrying out a daring stunt.
Producers of the movie have partnered up with Open Road Films and Endgame Entertainment to make sure 'political pressures will not come into play.'
The actor reportedly has been talking to director Oliver Stone although formal negotiations are yet to begin.
The 'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' actor reveals that the big-screen adaptation of Neil Gaiman's comic book involves the author.
The on-screen buddies in 2011's drama comedy '50/50' will play best friends again in an upcoming holiday film.
John Krasinski, Stanley Tucci, Darren Criss, and Elijah Wood also join the star-studded voice cast ensemble of Miyazaki's final film.
The 'Premium Rush' actor tweets he's 'incredibly honored to be working' with David Goyer, Warner Bros. and Neil Gaiman after he's reported in talks to star in and direct 'Sandman'.
The 'Don Jon' actor collaborates with hundreds of thousands of artists, writers, photographers and musicians from around the world for a new show, which is 'really different.'