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Hollywood heartthrob Channing Tatum of "Magic Mike" fame may get to showcase his dancing skills again on the big screen and this time, he may sing as well.
He and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who are both 32, have been tapped to star in a new film adaptation of "Guys and Dolls," according to a recent Deadline report. The first musical movie, based on a Broadway musical, was released in 1955 and starred Frank Sinatra and Marlon Brando as smooth-talking, New York City gamblers and ladies' men.
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Daniel Radcliffe, Charlize Theron, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Channing Tatum are all set to make special appearances at the 2013 Oscars ceremony on February 24.
"We are quite excited to have Charlize, Chan, Joe and Dan join us on the show," telecast producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron said in a statement. "We are happy to feature them as special guests in our production."
Don't send Joseph Gordon-Levitt the Bat-Signal just yet.
The website HitFix recently reported that "according to sources, Joseph Gordon-Levitt absolutely will be appearing in 'Justice League' as the new Batman," referring to a 2015 film in the works that is based on the team of superheroes featured in DC comic books. The actor's spokesperson told OTRC.com: "They are making things up. It is not happening."
Joseph Gordon-Levitt says the casting of Bruce Willis as the older version of himself in the new sci-fi film "Looper" was a "big fist pump moment."
The movie is set in 2042. Gordon-Lewitt's character, Joseph Simmons, is a Kansas City mafia member and an assassin known as a Looper, who is paid to kill agents sent back in time by their employers. He is shocked to discover that his newest target is his older self. The film also stars Emily Blunt and is directed by Rian Johnson. It hits theaters on September 28. Check out 5 facts about Joseph Gordon-Levitt and "Looper."
Gearing up to navigate the New York City streets as a fictional bicycle messenger was tougher than training to be a beat cop on the mean streets of Gotham City, according to Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
The actor, who stars in "Premium Rush" as a bike messenger named Wilee, said in a recent interview that his training for the film was harder than what he had to do in order to prepare for his role as Officer John Blake in "The Dark Knight Rises."
Joseph Gordon-Levitt risked his life while filming his newest action film, "Premium Rush," flying through the rear windshield of a taxi.
"I bled for my art - 31 stitches," Levitt told the Associated Press at the film's premiere on August 22. "[I] went through the rear windshield of a taxi cab. You know, it happens."