With his futuristic action-thriller Looper, writer/director Rian Johnson crafts a wonderfully tension-filled and character-driven examination of violence that, thanks in part to strong performances by stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis and Emily Blunt, easily ranks among the best films of the year.
Looper writer/director Rian Johnson talks with Spinoff Online about keeping aspects of the sci-fi thriller under wraps, getting Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s prosthetics just right, and depicting violence on screen.
Warner Bros. has announced that director Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises will be available on Blu-ray and DVD and for digital download on Dec. 3. Expect more details soon.
With less than a month until the release of Looper, the first clip has arrived for director Rian Johnson’s action thriller, which pits Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s hired gun against a future version of himself played by Bruce Willis.
Premium Rush writer/director David Koepp and star Joseph Gordon-Levitt talk with Spinoff Online about capturing New York City and balancing safety concerns with acting performances in their new bike-messenger thriller.
The Dark Knight Rises co-star Joseph Gordon-Levitt discusses the possibility of returning for another Batman movie. “I always choose scripts the same way,” he says. “If it’s a great script and a great filmmaker, then I’m interested.”
Looper writer/director Rian Johnson and stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Emily Blunt appeared in Hall H of Comic-Con International to screen new footage of the highly anticipated futuristic thriller.
With The Dark Knight Rises opening in only a matter of hours, Warner Bros. has released 11 new images from the final installment of Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy.
Director Rian Johnson and stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Emily Blunt talked with reporters at Comic-Con International about Looper, the futuristic action thriller in which an assassin is hired to kill his future self.
Ahead of the Friday premiere of The Dark Knight Rises has released a half-dozen new images from the Christopher Nolan. Meanwhile, the first reviews are trickling in, with one critic saying the conclusion of the Batman trilogy “makes everything in the rival Marvel universe look thoroughly silly and childish.”