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Holiday songs traditionally follow a few different themes about family, snow, Jesus, and Santa Claus, but Seth Rogen's latest movie has a whole different take on what's an appropriate holiday jam.
Could Joseph Gordon-Levitt ever be in a Star Wars movie? We recently asked him, and the answer is so damned charming, while being incredibly insightful.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt being cast by director Robert Zemeckis to star in the new true story thriller The Walk may be seen as somewhat controversial. After all, there are a number of French actors who could have been hired to play legendary French acrobat Philippe Petit in the film, but the director ultimately saw it fit to cast an American in the role.
In 1974, Philippe Petit did something truly astonishing, and practically superhuman. He strung a high wire between the Twin Towers, and had the courage to actually walk across it from end to end. It’s a feat that few people who have ever lived would have had the bravery to do, and I know for a fact that I’m not one of those people.
If Seth Rogen and his compatriots have their way, we’ll have another movie to add our annual holiday viewing schedule, The Night Before, which just dropped an almost tame green band trailer.
Christmas came early one September evening in 2014, when myself and a small band of reporters trekked to Brooklyn to see what Yuletide shenanigans would be offered with The Night Before.
You have traditional Christmas movies like It's A Wonderful Life and A Christmas Carol, but Seth Rogen's The Night Before looks to give your holiday movie watching a crude, hilarious makeover.
Oliver Stone has never been known to shy away from politics in his film, and later this year he will continue this tradition by making a movie about one of the most polarizing people in the world: Edward Snowden. The film won't be out until the end of the year, but the first trailer has found its way online
Some have wondered if Sandman might be better suited for a television adaptation, but Joseph Gordon-Levitt disagrees. Why? Because he says the urge would be too great to just strait-up copy the source material.
It may be a while until we hear more specific information on what’s coming for Warner Bros’ Sandman movie, but Joseph Gordon-Levitt has revealed one thing that the audience can expect Morpheus not to do on the big screen.
The first trailer for the The Walk may have given you vertigo even if you don’t have problem with heights. The new trailer is going to take you on an even wilder ride.
We've been hearing reports about a Fraggle Rock movie dating back to 2009 - and while we've been burned multiple times since then, it now sounds as though the project is legitimately moving forward.
We've got our first look at Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Edward Snowden in Oliver Stone's impending biopic, and he looks pretty amazing.
This initial teaser just seems to want to educate people on the fact that the Twin Towers are important characters in The Walk, and they somehow will be conquered by Joseph Gordon Levitt.
The latest industry buzz has the actor potentially playing one of the most controversial figures in recent American history: NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been branching out in filmmaking. But the dapper leading man is getting ambitious, by digging into a long stalled adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Sandman for Warner Bros.
Based on the Neil Gaiman comics that began in 1989, Sandman follows the story of Morpheus, the personification of dreams, who finds himself imprisoned by an occult ritual for 70 years. After managing to escape, he both takes vengeance against the people who kept him in chains and works to rebuild the empire that has crumbled in his absence.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt has gotten to do some pretty amazing things on film in the past few years: he fought alongside Batman, survived cancer, traveled through time and rode a bike better than anyone. For his next film, he’ll be doing quite a bit of walking, and that walking will happen on a tightrope over 1300 ft. above the ground.
Gordon-Levitt turned quite a few heads couple of months ago when he was rumored to be directing and starring in a big screen adaptation of the classic comic series The Sandman, made most famous during Neil Gaiman’s masterful run with the character.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, John Krasinski, Emily Blunt, Martin Short, Stanley Tucci, Mandy Patinkin, Werner Herzog, William H. Macy, Mae Whitman, Jennifer Grey, Darren Criss, Ronan Farrow, and Elijah Wood have all come on board to do voice work for The Wind Rises's stateside release.