Deadline is reporting that Joseph Gordon-Levitt is currently in talks to produce Warner Brothers’ upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman‘s The Sandman. In fact, according to the exclusive report, it appears that the actor is close to finishing negotiations with David S. Goyer to direct the feature as well as star as the film’s main protagonist.
Latino Review has stepped forward with another great (and often correct) casting rumor concerning Marvel Studios’ upcoming Doctor Strange film. First posted on Monday morning, the website claims that Joseph Gordon-Levitt is currently on the film studio’s radar for portraying Dr. Steven Strange in the yet-to-be-announced Marvel film.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt guest starred on Jimmy Kimmel last night and the host just couldn’t help himself from inquiring more about the ending of The Dark Knight Rises. Particularly, Kimmel wanted to know whether or not the actor has any interest in starring in a sequel/spin-off to the final film in Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy.
Warner Bros. has released an extended version of the scene between Selina Kyle (Anne Hathaway) and John Blake (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) from The Dark Knight Rises that was originally shown during the 2012 MTV Movie Awards.
Several new photos have surfaced of both Christian Bale and Joseph Gordon-Levitt on the set of The Dark Knight Rises in New York City in addition to the ones we posted earlier today. The following set photos show us Christian Bale dressed as Bruce Wayne and Joseph Gordon-Levitt dressed as Gotham City police officer John…
Several new photos have surfaced, courtesy of CelebBuzz, which show Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Christian Bale on the set of The Dark Knight Rises in New York City. As was reported earlier, Trump Tower was recently announced as the new building location for Wayne Enterprises with several scenes currently being filmed in Manhattan.
Watch as Anne Hathaway, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Gary Oldman step on stage together to accept the Scream award for “Most Anticipated Movie” at the 2011 Scream Awards for Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt spoke with MTV while promoting his most recent film, 50/50, and was asked a rather direct question by the interviewer in regards to The Dark Knight Rises; is he playing Robin? Interestingly enough, Levitt chose the path of having ‘no comment’ rather than shoot down the assumption.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt recently spoke with USA Today at the premiere of his new film, 50/50, and was [naturally] asked about his current involvement in The Dark Knight Rises. When asked about what he could reveal about the film, he simply replied, “Nothing”.