Well, despite a strong audition from Sean Penn, Joseph Gordon-Levitt has won the role of Dream in Warner Brothers' adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Sandman comics. According to Deadline, the long-gestating project finally has its lead, as well as a director to move it forward, as Gordon-Levitt is also rumored to make this his sophomore directorial follow-up to Don Jon. David Goyer, the uneven re-inventor behind so many a comic adaptation, pitched the treatment the studio is moving forward with, but Warner is still looking for a writer. There's still time to grow your Cure hair back out for the premiere.
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Sorcerer Supreme, plus song-and-dance man when asked? Maybe so, as Marvel supposedly is looking at Joseph Gordon-Levitt to enter their so-called "Phase 3" of films as the magical Doctor Strange. LatinoReview claim Marvel haven't yet gotten up the courage to approach JGL, as he'... / Continue →
After years of rights disputes, 20th Century Fox has at last worked out a way to do another adaptation of Guys and Dolls. They have also worked out a way to save money on it by casting actors who can bring their own little suits and vests.... / Continue →