"Don’t you think it’s always better when it means something?"
So asks Scarlett Johansson in a steamy TV spot for Don Jon, the directorial debut of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who also writes, produces, and stars alongside Johansson in the upcoming film, a romantic comedy that's unafraid to deal frankly with sex.
The new poster for Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut Don Jon declares, "Everybody loves a happy ending."
The sly grins sported by Gordon-Levitt and costars Scarlett Johansson and Julianne Moore let the viewer know that this poster loves a good pun.
The first clip from Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut has arrived, and it suggests that Tony Danza will be stealing scenes throughout Don Jon.
The first trailer for Don Jon has strutted its way online, and this first look indicates that not only is Joseph Gordon-Levitt a charismatic and talented actor, apparently he's also a damn sharp writer and director.
Lincoln, now available on Blu-ray and DVD, isn't a chronicle of Abraham Lincoln's life, from his humble beginnings through his surprising ascent to the presidency and his eventual assassination at Ford's Theater.
Ever since Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller ended years of quixotic promises by actually getting Sin City: A Dame to Kill For underway, almost all the news we've heard from the next collection of Basin City stories have concerned casting.
Not this time, Dear Rogues. Co-director Rodriguez has revealed a first look at the Sin City prequel, a pair of before and after images showing Josh Brolin as Dwight McCarthy, a character who ends up looking a lot like Clive Owen.
Someday, someone is going to write a fascinating account of Warner Bros.' Sysyphean efforts to make a Justice League movie.
If the latest rumor is to be believed, then a chapter in that entirely-hypothetical The Devil's Candy-style tome could be devoted to Will Beall's Justice League script, which, according to the rumor, is being kicked to the curb entirely.
Well here's a slice of fried gold: Marvel Studios and director James Gunn have chosen Chris Pratt to star in the interstellar adventure Guardians of the Galaxy. Yes, that's right. Agent Bert Macklin is starring in a Marvel movie.
Another day, another [two] addition[s] to the already huge cast of Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.
That we know virtually nothing about Justice League for sure beyond the writer and that Warner Bros. is hoping to have it in theaters during 2015 hasn't stopped a steady stream of rumors, all of which will remain rumors for the time being. Earlier this month, one such rumor concerned just which DC Comics characters would make up the titular superteam.
Now, a follow-up rumor specifies five familiar heroes who will form the Justice League, along with several other, less familiar characters who might just pop up in cameo appearances.