Joseph Gordon-Levitt confirms he’s in talks for Ant-Man

Joseph Gordon-Levitt confirms he’s in talks for Ant-Man

There have been a lot of rumours floating around the web about Edgar Wright's adaptation of Ant-Man. In the last week alone it was suggested that Wright was torn between Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Paul Rudd for the title role. Well, according to Gordon-Levitt there's some truth to this. Speaking to the French Huffington Post, the actor...

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt Makes Directorial Début

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Makes Directorial Début

Joseph Gordon-Levitt is set to make his directorial début with a comedy film, for which the actor has also the screenplay. Gordon-Levitt began his acting career aged just 7-years-old, and has starred in everything from A River Runs Through It to (500) Days of Summer and Inception. Back in 2004, he also launched his own online...

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt to play Alberto Falcone in new Batman

Joseph Gordon-Levitt to play Alberto Falcone in new Batman

Joseph Gordon-Levitt, everyone's favourite baby-faced underdog, who proved himself not-so underdog-esque in Inception, is due to play gangster Alberto Falcone in The Dark Knight Rises. Anyone who's read the seminal Batman noir, The Long Halloween knows that Alberto Falcone is an extremely important character, and probably one of the darkest...

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Hesher trailer, starring Natalie Portman and Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Hesher trailer, starring Natalie Portman and Joseph Gordon-Levitt

The trailer has been released for Hesher, starring Natalie Portman and Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Hesher is a project which has been in development for over four years now and, despite still being without a UK release date, the trailer has finally been released! The film stars none other than Hollywood's current award-winning darling, ...

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Gordon-Levitt and Blunt voice The Wind Rises

Gordon-Levitt and Blunt voice The Wind Rises

The English-language voice cast for Disney's 2014 much anticipated release The Wind Rises has been announced. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Emily Blunt and Elijah Wood are among the actors lending their voices to Hayao Miyazaki's final animé feature for Studio Ghibli. Gordon-Levitt portrays the main character Jiro Horikoshi, a young Japanese...

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Cancer patients asks Gordon-Levitt out ahead of 50/50 UK release

Cancer patients asks Gordon-Levitt out ahead of 50/50 UK release

The new comedy 50/50 has gotten a boost in the press a week before its UK release, after cancer patient Lindsey Miller took to YouTube to ask the film's star, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, out on a date. She was inspired to take the chance after watching his portrayal of a young cancer patient. 25th November is looking to be a competitive week...

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The Academy Award contenders

The Academy Award contenders

More than any Awards Season in recent memory, this year has been unpredictable. Speculation has only been that, with surprise wins cropping up all over the place. So with the 86th Academy Awards being held this Sunday and it's still difficult to name who the front runners are. To educate you a little on some of the more notable nominations...

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New poster for Looper travels into the present

New poster for Looper travels into the present

Upcoming sci-fi thriller Looper is one of those films that brings some intriguing, not to mention potentially bamboozling ideas, to the cinema. A new poster, featuring stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis looking bad-ass, gives a glimpse of the film's atmosphere. Written and directed by Rian Johnson, Looper is all about time-travel,...

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Batman Audiences Baffled By Bane

Batman Audiences Baffled By Bane

Warner Bros is reported to be 'scared to death' after audiences claimed they couldn't understand the dialogue from the latest Batman villain, Bane, in The Dark Knight Rises. A six minute prologue was shown as a preview of the latest instalment in Christopher Nolan's series of Batman films before IMAX screenings of Mission: Impossible...

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Sundance Film Festival 2012 out-of-comp premières revealed!

Sundance Film Festival 2012 out-of-comp premières revealed!

Sundance Film Festival reveals highly anticipated premières which will screen out-of-competition! Last week, we told you about the films which would be screening in-competition at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival 2012. The latest announcement is the list of films which will receive their world premières during the...

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The Dark Knight Rises – news on setting and prologue

The Dark Knight Rises – news on setting and prologue

Batfans will be excited to hear that Christopher Nolan has finally revealed some juicy news about the next Batman film. The Dark Knight Rises will be set eight years after The Dark Knight, which ended at a rather crucial time for our hero. In an effort to give the people of Gotham hope and keep the image of the White Knight alive, Batman...

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The Crow remake has a director

The Crow remake has a director

For those of you waiting to see if the remake of the dogged-by-death original The Crow will actually be any good, it's been announced that the person leading it all will be 28 Weeks Later director Juan Carlos Fresnadillo. As we've mentioned before, The Crow remake is well on its way to production, and people are beginning to be slotted into the...

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Leo DiCaprio smoulders at Inception UK première

Looks like Leonardo DiCaprio still has what it takes to make the ladies go wild, judging by the pictures of the hysteria at last night's Inception UK première. Hundreds of screaming fans headed down to Leicester Square to catch a glimpse of Leo and the other stars as they walked the red carpet. After a recent lack of A-listers at London...

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Leonardo DiCaprio’s latest film set to be a hit

Leonardo DiCaprio's latest film is getting rave reviews already and is being touted as the film of the summer. Inception which stars Leo, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Ellen Page, tells the story of Dom Cobb an 'extractor' who invades rich and powerful people in their sleep and takes their deepest secrets from their subconscious. Information about...

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One hell of a quirky caper: The Brothers Bloom review

One hell of a quirky caper: The Brothers Bloom review

Nobody really believed that director Rian Johnson could return with a movie with anywhere near the cult status of his début. Brick, burst onto the Indie film scene and then went on the win the Special Jury Prize for Originality of Vision at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. But them came The Brothers Bloom. Although released in the US in May...

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