Joseph Gordon-Levitt played Cameron in the 1990s romcom, which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary.
Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost had plenty of ideas to bring to the new Netflix action-thriller.
Netflix's upcoming sci-fi action film will feature a drug that grants its user a random superpower for five minutes.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy return to our screens in a tenth anniversary re-release of Christopher Nolan's 'Inception'.
In the tense and sharply acted '7500', Gordon-Levitt stars as Tobias Ellis, an American pilot living in Germany whose flight from Berlin to Paris is highjacked by Islamic extremists.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt shared a sweet throwback photo for the anniversary of '10 Things I Hate About You.' He starred in the 1999 film with Julia Stiles, Heath Ledger, Gabrielle Union, and more.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Kremlin has some pretty supportive words for the upcoming biopic about Edward Snowden. “Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has praised Oliver Stone’s Snowden, which is opening Thursday in Russia,” they revealed.
Christopher Nolan’s ‘Dark Knight’ trilogy remains the pinnacle of DC adaptations on the big screen, despite the continuing efforts of Warner Bros’ DC Extended Universe. 'The Dark Knight Rises’ rounded the trilogy off in spectacular fashion, and its star Joseph Gordon-Levitt has been singing its praises four years on. Asked about cinematic universes in general, Gordon-Levitt told Cinemablend: “They don’t really have a beginning, middle, and end.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt's been entertaining commuters of the New York subway as part of a new musical project:
The series about mystery writer-cum-sleuth Jessica Fletcher ran for 12 years between 1984 and 1996 and featured thousands of guest actors. But only some of those who appeared with Angela Lansbury have gone on to become megastars. Do you remember any of them on the show?
Announcing the news via Facebook, the film’s leading man, Joseph Gordon-Levitt has exited the upcoming comic book adaptation. “A few months ago, I came to realize that the folks at New Line and I just don’t see eye to eye on what makes Sandman special, and what a film adaptation could/should be,” he said. Joseph Gordon-Levitt announced back in 2013 that he and David Goyer would be working on the project – an adaption of Neil Gaiman’s ‘Sandman’ comic book, published under the DC Comics imprint, Vertigo.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Channing Tatum (currently showing off his singing and dancing skills in the Coen Brothers’ ‘Hail, Caesar!’) and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are attached to the as-yet untitled project, which has been picked up by Universal.
One thing that comes up right away is that, although initially set-up at Warner Bros, the film has since moved over to Warners subsidiary New Line Cinema. Goyer explains, “We’re just about to do a new draft [of the screenplay].
‘Back To The Future’ director Robert Zemeckis told Yahoo that the classic film, which is 30 years old this year, would not get made in Hollywood today and that current audiences wouldn’t be interested in seeing the film. Talking to us while promoting his new film ‘The Walk’, Zemeckis said: “Sadly, I don’t think anyone would make that film today. “One of the things that’s unique about ‘Back To The Future’ is that back in the days when we had video rental stores they never knew what shelf to put it.
Yahoo Movies got the opportunity to sit down with annoyingly talented movie star/producer/director Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The star is promoting his new film ‘The Walk’ (in cinemas now), which sees him play Philippe Petit - the daredevil who made headlines worldwide when he performed a wire walk across the Twin Towers in 1974.
Director Robert Zemeckis said he hoped to induce vertigo with his new film ‘The Walk’ and it seems he’s managed it if reports coming out of New York cinemas are to be believed. Journalist Mark Harris, who saw the film at the New York Film Festival over the weekend, tweeted: “Reports of guys vomiting in the Alice Tully men’s rm post-The Walk: True. Bad visual trigger for vertigo sufferers.— Mark Harris (@MarkHarrisNYC) September 27, 2015 The film which is being released in 3D IMAX relives the true story of French daredevil Philippe Petit who, in 1974, strung a high wire between the twin towers of New York’s World Trade Centre before traversing the gap at 1,300 feet several times without a safety harness.