Joseph Gordon-Levitt incarnera le créateur de Uber dans une future série
Le Flash Séries
Uber, le service de VTC mondialement reconnu, va faire l’objet d’une série sur la chaine Showtime. Dans Super Pumped, l’acteur Joseph Gordon-Levitt va incarner le co-fondateur de Uber qui a été poussé vers la sortie en 2017 suite à de nombreuses polémiques sur son style managérial. La série est le nouveau projet des créateurs de Billions, Brian Koppelman et David Levien, et adoptera un format anthologique. Si cette première saison se focalise sur Uber, les autres aborderont chacune l’histoire d’une épopée entrepreneuriale et son impact sur notre culture.
Joseph Leonard Gordon-Levitt (/ˈlɛvɪt/; born February 17, 1981) is an American actor, filmmaker, singer, and entrepreneur. He has received various accolades, including nominations for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy for his leading performances in 500 Days of Summer (2009) and 50/50 (2011). He is the founder of the online media platform HitRecord whose projects such as HitRecord on TV (2014–15) and Create Together (2020) won him two Primetime Emmy Awards in the category of Outstanding Interactive Program--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soundscape.id/support
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Project Power with Jamie Foxx and Joseph Gordon-Levitt - L-5 Podcast - Movie Review
L-5 Podcast Movie Reviews
If you could take a pill and have a superpower for 5 mins, would you do it? What would your superpower be? Tonight the L-5 Podcast watches the Netflix Original Movie - Project Power starring Jamie Foxx, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Dominique Fishback. Where to see it right now: Project Power - Just Watch https://www.justwatch.com/us/movie/Project-Power Watch us while we're talking at https://youtu.be/uwsEJCsIyW0 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Latter Days (2003) - Joseph Gordon-Levitt is a Bad Missionary
Gays Only Cinema
In this episode we discuss the 2003 gay Mormon romcom, Latter Days.Hear all about how Joseph Gordon-Levitt is bad at being a missionary, why the Mormon God isn't angry He's just disappointed, and how Teddy's own personal religious trauma from being gay and raised Mormon colors her experience of this film. A couple notes: Teddy would like to apologize for the bad quality of her audio (there was something wrong with her microphone. She would also like to apologize profusely for saying Mel Gibson when she meant Mel Brooks. Theme music is Queer Things by Ruth WallisFollow us on twitter @CinemaGays
On the 99th episode of the join Pop Culture Piledriver (https://twitter.com/PopCulturePD) as Billy D & Rossi goes all-in on the career of Joseph Gordon-Levitt on his 40th birthday. From 3rd Rock from the Sun, Angels in the outfield, 500 Days of Summer to The Dark Knight Rises, and everything after and in-between. Plus: Wandavision’s open universe episode reviewed, ✮Subscribe on iTunes:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pop-culture-piledriver/id955470114#episodeGuid=https%3A%2F%2Fpcpd.podomatic.com%2Fentry%2F2020-05-10T19_53_17-07_00Listen✮ Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/7rxiFjvkYtyNcopZFsDRjC✮ YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0uuQuzr7N-6h_f3VZxl2Ag/ ✮Google Play https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly85MjkucG9kb21hdGljLmNvbS9yc3MyLnhtbA%3D%3D✮Podomatic https://pcpd.podomatic.com/✮Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/rossi-on-wrestling*Follow US ✮ Twitter - @PopCulturePD @JasonDRossi @Billyd2411 ✮ Instagram - @JasonDRossi & @Billyd115✮ PSN - nosajissor ✮ Xbox One – nosajissor
Hablo sobre la cinta "Don Jon" o "Un Atrevido Don Juan" del actor y director Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Búscame en mi canal de YouTube como Vertedero Fílmico. También puedes seguirme en el resto de mis redes sociales: Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/vertederofilms/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VertederoFilmico Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vertederofilmico/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/VertederoF
One of best ways to enter and appreciate the original, prolific brain of Joseph Gordon-Levitt is through the lens of hitRECord, the open, collaborative production company he founded in 2005, and one of the most creative and inspiring uses of the Internet ever. Its nearly 100,000 members submit projects – films, stories, songs, drawings, you name it – for other members to edit, build on and evolve.Gordon-Levitt credits directing short films on hitRECord with teaching him what he needed to know to make Don Jon, his first feature film as a writer, director and star. It was a darkly comic but ultimately hopeful tale about what happens when we become too connected to our devices, consuming people as things and communicating at versus with each other. His effort was rewarded with critical acclaim rare for actors who have the audacity to become auteurs; more importantly, audiences dug it. A lot of artists might find hitting it out of the park on their first time at bat daunting, but it just made him want to do more, and on a more collaborative level.That’s because Gordon-Levitt has never been fond of one-way streets – not for communication, not for critiques, not for creating, and especially not for careers. He could’ve ambled down his own pretty easy and lucrative path after early childhood success in commercials, films and most famously, NBC’s hit sitcom 3rd Rock from the Sun. Instead, he went to Columbia University, largely out of a desire to reclaim the feeling of “not knowing what I was going to be” – an open question for many college freshmen, but few actors who’ve worked steadily from the age of four. When he found himself roaming the streets of New York with a video camera, he knew a return to acting was inevitable, but he knew it would have to be in unexpected roles – not to make an artistic statement, but to prove to the business (and himself) that he didn’t have to be just one thing. When such roles weren’t immediately forthcoming, his restless creativity found an outlet in hitRECord. The roles he was seeking eventually surfaced in films like 500 Days of Summer, Brick, Inception and Mysterious Skin; and hitRECord projects began to take on momentum. Good times for someone who “gets off on the stuff I never anticipated would happen.”He believes we should welcome versus dread the unexpected, that change is the most natural state, that good becomes great when we all participate and, as poignantly demonstrated by his late brother Dan, that “people can be whatever the hell they want to be.” All of which posits that the best artists are collaborators, and the best collaborators tend to have a stubborn optimistic streak.Maybe it’s that enthusiasm (and a certain degree of DIY showmanship) that invests his performance as funambulist Philippe Petit in Robert Zemekis’ The Walk with such verve and authenticity. That, and his superior make-believe skills – a blank green screen is no match for a fertile imagination. In this issue, we talk to him about that film, the role of technology in modern life, what he’s learned from being on both sides of the camera, and his hopes for future of hitRECord. For those still unclear on that concept, tune in to our broadcast episode for Gordon-Levitt’s demonstration – and the musical results. Thanks, well,…everyone.
Carlos talks to actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt about exploring the politics of his parent’s generation in his new movie The Trial of the Chicago 7. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com