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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.'
The 'Don Jon' director allegedly teams up with the 'Man of Steel' writer in an effort to turn Neil Gaiman's story to the big screen.
The 'Looper' actor and the 'This Is 40' star are reportedly frontrunners to play the Marvel superhero.
The 'Dark Knight Rises' star reveals that he met his girlfriend via 'mutual friends' and says that his girlfriend 'is not in show business.'
Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut, which also features cameo appearance from Channing Tatum and Anne Hathaway, will grace big screens in the U.S. on September 27.
The second trailer for Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut sees him singing along to 'Good Vibrations', getting caught watching porn and more.
The director and actor of 'Don Jon' is reportedly the 'ideal' figure the studio's execs are looking for to star in the Sorcerer Supreme movie.
'The Hangover' director Todd Phillips, 'Resident Evil' star Milla Jovovich and 'Rush Hour' actor Chris Tucker are included in a list of 276 Oscar voters.
The first clip for Gordon-Levitt's film sees Johansson's Barbara Sugarman being introduced to Jon Mortello's parents.
Gordon-Levitt plays a New Jersey player named Jon Martello, who might find his true love in Johansson's Barbara, in the first trailer for his directorial debut.