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If you are reading this then you probably spend a more than decent amount of time on the internet. Prepare to be utterly terrified by this fact. The first full trailer for Oliver Stone's Snowden will make you question everything you do online.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is about to make history yet again with his latest project as a producer. Read on to see how K-Troop's take on the origins of the KKK is as intriguing as it is entertaining.
Just when it looked to be rolling along, the adaptation of Sandman hit a major speed bump when it lost star and director Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Here's how comic writer Neil Gaiman feels about the loss.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who was signed on to direct, produce, and star in Sandman has dropped out of the film altogether. Get the details.
If you were looking forward to seeing Oliver Stone's Snowden this summer, you're going to have to wait a little longer. However, there's some good news behind this delay.
If the idea of Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Channing Tatum teaming up to star in a raunchy, R-rated musical comedy sounds like the greatest time ever, today is your lucky day!
The Night Before dropped its first three minutes online, and we think you're going to like them. Showcasing the opening exposition of Jonathan Levine's latest comedy romp, you can see the clip for yourself after the jump.
1999's 10 Things I Hate About You featured a cast of then relatively unknown young actors, many of whom went on to great acclaim. As it's been a while since we met the students of Padua High, let's see what they're up to now.
Now that we’re approaching the end of the year, the gift-giving season is upon us. It’s a time when we think about the people in our life who make us happy, and offer meaningful tokens to them as a way of saying thank you.
We’re going to see a funnier side of him later this year, as the actor confirmed to me his part in Seth Rogen’s The Night Before. He even told me what he’s playing.
There hasn’t been any word recently on how Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s Sandman is going, but we may start to see it taken to the next level quite soon.
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.