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Joe on Art, Collaboration, The Internet, And Lerner

Katheryn Thayer saw JGL IRL (!) this afternoon, promoting his new project hitRECord. CUNUFF organized the event. Joseph Gordon Levitt (but please, call him Joe) is pretty much a movie star and the founder of hitRECord.org: a website that started as an outlet for his own personal creativity and exploded into an international network of […]

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3rd Block from the Gates

Joseph Gordon-Levitt returns to Morningside Heights for the filming of Premium Rush! 114th Street has become Columbia Pictures’ storage closet, while Nussbaum offers prime views of JGL himself. If you’re lucky, you may even get to see stunt cars drive backwards on Broadway! Top-left photo by Annie Liu.  Top-right photo by Robyn Gordon.  Remaining photos […]

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