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Gordon-Levitt plays Jersey player named Jon Martello, who might find his true love in Johansson's Barbara, in the first trailer for his directorial debut.
Despite no official offer yet, the 'G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra' actors are reportedly interested in signing on the 20th Century Fox upcoming project.
Obtained for a reported $4 million by Relativity Media, Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut scores the biggest deal at Sundance Film Festival so far.
The 'Looper' actor, who debuts his directorial debut 'Don Jon's Addiction' at the Utah film festival, also weighs in on rumors that he might be the next Batman after Christian Bale.
The 'Premium Rush' star will play Johnny, 'a new character in the Sin City world' who hides a darker mission to destroy his enemy at his best game.
The 'Looper' actor will also screen his directorial debut 'Don Jon's Addiction' at the upcoming film fest to take place from January 17 to 27.
The 'Dark Knight Rises' actor is the latest name mentioned as the potential candidate to play Peter Quill in the space hero movie to be directed by James Gunn.
Latest rumor suggests that the John Blake a.k.a Robin in 'The Dark Knight Rises' will 'absolutely' appear as the new Caped Crusader in Warner Bros. Pictures' long-gestating 'JLA' project.
Taking on an unconventional monologue route, the host launched into a 'Magic Mike' dance routine as audience cheered.
The new season will be kicked off by 'Family Guy' creator Seth MacFarlane and bring back Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the following week.
The 'Inception' actor shares his experience when filming the adrenaline-charged scenes, saying, 'The idea of going to New York City and riding every day and getting in shape really appealed to me.'
The magazine defends its writer, saying they merely mentioned 'a relevant fact' and never meant to be disrespectful.
The John Blake of 'The Dark Knight Rises' writes an open letter to criticize the magazine for writing that Dan Gordon-Levitt 'died of an alleged drug overdose in 2010.'
'The thing I focused on first was his voice,' Gordon-Levitt says of how he prepared himself to play the younger version of Willis in the Rian Johnson-directed movie.
The trailer sees Gordon-Levitt working as a cross-era assassin, who is suddenly tasked to kill the older version of himself, portrayed by Willis.