Written by Christian Hoffer
on Saturday, March 19 2011 and posted in News Archive
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, of Inception fame, has been confirmed to appear in Dark Knight Rises.
Variety is reporting that Joseph Gordon-Levitt has signed on to The Dark Knight Rises in an undisclosed supporting role. Gordon-Levitt has been long rumored to be attached to Christopher Nolan's latest project. Nolan and Gordon-Levitt have worked together on past projects, most recently last summer's smash hit Inception. Variety also reports that indie actor Juno Temple is also being sought by Nolan for a role.
Although various blogs have rumored Gordon-Levitt to play the role of the Riddler or Deadshot, this journalist wonders if he'll be playing a character similar to his one in Inception. After all, it's already been established that Gordon-Levitt has the ability to play a sidekick that helps bring the troubled protagonist needed stability....
Written or Contributed by: Christian Hoffer
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