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Happened today in the NY premiere of the film "Premium Rush" (Danger On Demand). Add to gallery more than 40 photos of Joe that have been released today. Probably more photos will be added to the gallery tomorrow during the day.
The film Looper now has a viral site where you can register and become a Looper. In the game, the user participates in missions - the first started today (August 22). One must find the four digits hidden in the new poster of the film, which will be relieved gradually, depending on how often the hastag # LooperNetwork appears on Twitter. The site also reveals the lifestyles that only one Looper may have. Access can be made through Facebook or standard sign.
Was released the first poster of Lincoln, director Steven Spielberg. The film will cover the time that Lincoln occupied the White House, between 1861 and 1865, and also focusing controversial relationships he had with people close to him. Remembering that Joe plays the president's son, Robert Todd Lincoln. See the poster by clicking on the thumbnail below:
Batman - The Dark Knight Rises continues to dominate the international market and has just achieved a milestone.
According to the website Box Office Mojo, the last part of the trilogy by Christopher Nolan surpassed The Dark Knight (2008) in international revenues - U.S. $ 488.6 million from $ 469.7 million in the second film.
The total turnover of the overproduction should spend $ 900 million between now and tomorrow. As remains unprecedented in China and Italy - countries launch should happen at the end of the month - is expected to The Dark Knight Rises break the barrier of $ 1 billion soon.
Was released today to schedule Toronto International Film Festival, which will be shown several films. Looper is one of them - and its premiere is scheduled for September 6. Joe, Rian Johnson and Bruce Willis have already confirmed their presence.
Translate a new interview with Joe, this time to the site 'USA Weekend'. Read below:
Are you exhausted?
The work I do is my idea of fun. I like to meet people, have dinner with them and talk.
In Premium Rush, you ride at high speed through Manhattan.Are you hurt?
Once, I flew bike, I ended up in the back of a taxi and broke the windshield with my elbows. I immediately got up to tell everyone that I was fine, but I took 31 points on my right arm. I give credit to stunt team of Inception, I was given combat training and taught me to put the elbows in front of my face.
In Looper, you have to kill yourself in the future, played by Bruce Willis.You could end up with Bruce?
Surely not. He is a big strong guy. If it such a good hiding, I think I'd be finished.
Below is a video with Joe and actress Dania Ramirez where they talk about the new movie "Premium Rush" (Danger On Demand).
Both comment on the difficulties of making an action movie. Joe says when he got hurt in the filming, it was amazing to see how much the stunt filming because each had a specialty stunt with bikes and it was fun to watch. Joe also said that director David Koepp knows exactly how to make a classic action movie in hollywood, and use bicycles as transportation in an action movie is much more fun.
Read below the interview translated that Joe gave to Playboy magazine, published this week.
PLAYBOY: We're about to see you play a bike messenger pursued by a cop in the action thriller "Premium Rush" (Danger On Demand). Meanwhile, the public is still debating whether the Dark Knight is the best Batman movie, and your profile must have increased since you made "Inception" and "500 Days With It." Having acted in commercials and TV shows like "3rd Rock From the Sun" since he was six years and having made his film debut in 1992 at age 11, in "Beethoven", you look back and think its infancy slightly distorted ?
Gordon-Levitt: I would not say I was a normal kid. I would say that I was a lucky kid, because unfortunately it is not normal to have extraordinarily good parents who love and support him. I played baseball, did gymnastics, I had piano lessons and started acting like just another of the things I did. I was not pressured to do so. But it was work I loved. I had a really cool teacher who taught us how to become a character, be realistic and feel those feelings, so I hated looking like an idiot on TV commercials because it seems that they think that's what sells toys or something. I remember that in "Beethoven" we were not allowed to play with the dog not to distract him. For a lover of dogs that was disappointing and strange.
PLAYBOY: Then, as now, you never seemed to get caught in any of these mistakes that turn many promising young actors in tabloid fodder. How?
Gordon-Levitt: Being on TV when I was a teenager at school was much harder than anything I've experienced since. He prepared me for what is working in popular culture. I learned that I have basically two different interactions with people. I love it when someone approaches me and tells me that I saw something that made them feel something and that is connected to it. That's part of why I do it. The other interaction is with other people who really do not care about the movies or something. They only care about the fame thing, and it makes me feel disgusted.
Yesterday, the 14th, Joe attended the program Jimmy Kimmel to promote his upcoming film Premium Rush which debuts August 24 in the U.S.. Below is the interview in three parts. You can read the translated summary of each part before you watch it or if you know English well can watch direct. Tip: In the second part, Joe talks about the end of Batman, that is, if you have not watched avoid reading and video.
The first part of Jimmy says that when watching the sitcom 3rd Rock From The Sun, he thought that Joe would become a big star and it's no wonder that he was there. Joe also talks about some facts in his life, as the name of his parents - Dennis and Jane Gordon Levitt - and they did. Both had several careers, but met at a radio working as journalists and therefore it can be said that Joe was created in the middle of the print.
In this second part, not Jimmy holds up to Joe and exclaims: "Are you Robin!" But the actor says he frown and only cop John Blake in the final film in the Batman trilogy. Joe says the director Christopher Nolan again, saying it is a honor to have this role in its history. When asked if he would play Robin in a new film, he replies that he does not have the power to decide about it. Jimmy says he accepts that answer as a yes, saying that it would make sense to create an ending like that and just give up the franchise. But Joe counter-argues saying that the end may well close the trilogy without a continuation, since it is explained that the hero is just a symbol and can be anyone, ie, the end just reaffirms that. They also comment on the involvement of Joe on the show Sesame Street (if you do not know about it, go back a few posts).
In the third and last part is talked about Premium Rush. Jimmy notes that had never stopped to think about a community of cyclists messengers and Joe says that this community really exists. He also comments that spent hard time while shooting. A taxi across the street that was closed to the recordings and Joe hit, causing him to go against the glass and cut around his arm. Note: Joe has several scars because of this accident that he shows in this interview, but in others. In Behind The Scenes we posted a few days ago, you can see the scene of the accident.