Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are starring in a Netflix sci-fi thriller together, Deadline reported on Thursday. I am going to try to say more about it, but so much of it remains under wraps.
Seriously, people? Open your hearts and eyes!
Joseph Gordon-Levitt recently paid tribute to Janet Jackson on Lip Sync Battle and it may be the best performance the show has seen so far. Gordon-Levitt appeared on a holiday-themed episode with Seth Rogen and Anthony Mackie to promote their new film, The Night Before.
“Go see The Walk,” they say. “It’s a dizzying triumph of human perseverance,” they tell me. “Well, fuck you and the tightrope you walked in on,” I reply, because guess what? I am not going to see that movie and I won’t watch the documentary Man on Wire, either. Why? Because both films are about a rude man. Walking on…
Robert Zemeckis’s new film, The Walk, opens with Joseph Gordon Levitt staring at the camera in a distracting wig and asking, in a French accent, “Why?” It’s a good question, and one I asked myself often after learning of the project. (More specifically, I wailed it like I was Nancy Kerrigan being struck by a pipe…
For many, Joseph Gordon-Levitt (or JGL as us cool kids refer to him as) is the epitome of dreamboat. Smart, erudite, classically handsome yet approachable-looking. And now married. Very, very married. Sorry your 2015 had to start like this.
Benedict Cumberbatch was also a top contender.
Asking celebrities whether or not they are feminists, one of our more baffling national pastimes, often yields some pretty unsatisfying results. But not all the time! For example, in a recent interview with the Daily Beast, Joseph Gordon-Levitt had some great stuff to say.
There you were, idly scrolling through your news feed deciding whether or not to sneak into your local cineplex tonight with a bottle of warm Moscato when BOOM, you noticed that Patti Stanger, matchmaker and recreational mean person, reviewed Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s new movie, Don Jon. And, awestruck, you whispered to…
Ordinarily, one man's efforts to promote his movie wouldn't make for headline news, but Joseph Gordon-Levitt interview on NPR this morning was so frank and intelligent that it definitely bears mentioning. Don Jon, JGL's debut film as a director, opened this weekend. The movie's about how one porn-addicted, New…
You know how we've always assumed that Joseph Gordon-Levitt is your boyfriend? Well, it turns out we were really, really wrong. (Unless we're not. Wait, is it you?? I won't tell anyone; you can trust me!!)
Jimmy Fallon hosted his second Lip Sync-Off on Late Night last night (the first, you may recall, was performed — and some might say owned — by John Krasinski), this one featuring The Office co-creator/tall drink of water Stephen Merchant and human ukulele/your imaginary boyfriend Joseph Gordon Levitt.
Courtney Love said some kind of amazing shit about basically everything that has been going on except Syria.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt wrote and directed a rom-com starring himself as a church-going, GTL-ing, porn-addict, cheese ball, and Scarlett Johansson as, well, his lady love? Maybe? It's called Don Jon, and we've already seen the initial preview, but this mini-trailer-thingie has all the making out in it.
The trailer for the much-anticipated directoral debut of Joseph Gordon-Levitt has hit the web and it's a doozy, featuring Gordon-Levitt as "a strong, handsome, good old fashioned guy" who just happens to have a mild porn addiction. Bring. It. On.
Ohmaaaaagaaaaa, Channing Tatum and Joseph Gordon Levitt are in talks to be cast as the Guys — Skye Masterson and Nathan Detroit respectively — in the Fox remake of Joseph L. Mankiewicz's 1955 movie musical Guys and Dolls. Which is kind of as perfect as it's gonna get without old-school Marlon Brando steaming up the…
Human Kermit the Frog and star of 500 Days of Summer Joseph Gordon-Levitt is headed back to television and, no, it's sadly not to reprise his role as Tommy on a hypothetical reboot of 3rd Rock from the Sun. Instead, Gordon-Levitt will be premiering a 30-minute weekly variety show on the new network Pivot, so get…
Of course that's his favorite book — how couldn't it be; look at that kid!
Aw, would you look at that. Your boyfriend Joseph Gordon-Levitt stopped by Sesame Street the other day to teach the kiddies about the word "reinforce," as in "I'll go on Sesame Street and reinforce your love for me."
Actress and presenter Mariel Hemingway, left, and host Joseph Gordon-Levitt look over their scripts during the 2013 Sundance Film Festival Awards Ceremony on Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013 in Park City, Utah. (Photo by Danny Moloshok/Invision/AP)