1. clickthefrog:

    Watch Jason Mantzoukas, Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Jason Jones Celebrate SantaCon Early

    Bedfordandbowery.com has a (somewhat spoilery) rundown of this “fight scene” with Joe and two Santa Clauses, one take of which is above.

    P.S. I’m dying. Spoilery but hilarious.

    Reblogged from: clickthefrog
  2. clickthefrog:

JGL is filming in the neighborhood! [x]
I saw someone saying elsewhere that Joe was dressed as a Christmas elf filming this afternoon so I’m guessing that’s what’s going on here….

    clickthefrog:

    JGL is filming in the neighborhood! [x]

    I saw someone saying elsewhere that Joe was dressed as a Christmas elf filming this afternoon so I’m guessing that’s what’s going on here….

    Reblogged from: clickthefrog
  3. jglweb:

    firsthand-embarrassment:

    I wonder what Jared’s doing there. )

    Aha Jared is visiting his best friend, I guess, so cool :) hitRECord power!

    Reblogged from: jglweb
  4. JGL fondling his own arms (x)

    Reblogged from: clickthefrog
  5. aliksunshine:

    Joe, Seth and Anthony on the set of “Untitled Xmas Comedy Project”

    Reblogged from: aliksunshine
  6. dudeufugly:

    Benedict Cumberbatch ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

    Reblogged from: benedictscumbercollective
  7. jglnews:

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt arriving at the Late Show, Aug 19

    Reblogged from: jglnews
  8. vispreeve:

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt in New York City, August 2014

    Reblogged from: vispreeve
  9. charlidos:

The presentation of The Drop from Toronto film festival’s site:

Tom Hardy delivers his most accomplished performance to date in the English-language debut from acclaimed Belgian director Michaël R. Roskam (Bullhead). Hardy is Bob Saginowski, a Brooklyn bartender who’s as big-hearted as he is streetwise. The bar is Cousin Marv’s, a neighbourhood watering hole that doubles as a drop bar — a place for its owners, some local Chechen gangsters, to launder money.
Bob and Marv walk a thin line between regular life and the underworld — especially Marv (James Gandolfini), a former crime boss now in the pocket of a new and much crueller operation. When the drop is stolen in a holdup, they must weigh the threat of the Chechens against that of a sharp and curious cop (John Ortiz). Bob’s life is further complicated by a chance meeting with a local woman, Nadia (Noomi Rapace), and it isn’t long before his own past returns to haunt him.
Using grey, misty hues and a foreboding atmosphere, Roskam sets a nuanced character study in a world of moral ambiguity. Hardy comprises its centre in a typically heavyweight — if deceptively slow-building — turn, surrounded by a splendid international cast including Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), Belgian (and soon-to-be Hollywood) star Matthias Schoenaerts (Bullhead, Rust and Bone), and Gandolfini in his riveting final performance. Roskam lends a distinctly European sensibility to The Drop’s very American milieu, allowing the film to move naturally toward a gripping conclusion that will leave hearts racing and minds wondering: just which of these animals truly needs rescuing?

    charlidos:

    The presentation of The Drop from Toronto film festival’s site:

    Tom Hardy delivers his most accomplished performance to date in the English-language debut from acclaimed Belgian director Michaël R. Roskam (Bullhead). Hardy is Bob Saginowski, a Brooklyn bartender who’s as big-hearted as he is streetwise. The bar is Cousin Marv’s, a neighbourhood watering hole that doubles as a drop bar — a place for its owners, some local Chechen gangsters, to launder money.

    Bob and Marv walk a thin line between regular life and the underworld — especially Marv (James Gandolfini), a former crime boss now in the pocket of a new and much crueller operation. When the drop is stolen in a holdup, they must weigh the threat of the Chechens against that of a sharp and curious cop (John Ortiz). Bob’s life is further complicated by a chance meeting with a local woman, Nadia (Noomi Rapace), and it isn’t long before his own past returns to haunt him.

    Using grey, misty hues and a foreboding atmosphere, Roskam sets a nuanced character study in a world of moral ambiguity. Hardy comprises its centre in a typically heavyweight — if deceptively slow-building — turn, surrounded by a splendid international cast including Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo), Belgian (and soon-to-be Hollywood) star Matthias Schoenaerts (Bullhead, Rust and Bone), and Gandolfini in his riveting final performance. Roskam lends a distinctly European sensibility to The Drop’s very American milieu, allowing the film to move naturally toward a gripping conclusion that will leave hearts racing and minds wondering: just which of these animals truly needs rescuing?

    Reblogged from: charlidos
  10. tomhardydotorg:

    Didier’s SF Tiki bar France 2014

    Reblogged from: tomhardydotorg
  11. thisperspective:

*violent muffled cursing*

    thisperspective:

    *violent muffled cursing*

    Reblogged from: hiddleston-daily
  12. Emily Browning and Tom Hardy wrap Legend

    Reblogged from: thas-fandom
  13. Tom Hardy - 'Get Carter' [x]
    Reblogged from: thas-fandom
  14. dailyjosephgordonlevitt:

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt at 2014 Creative Arts Emmy Awards (August 16, 2014) - [x]

    Also here’s a short clip of Joseph’s speech - [x]

    Reblogged from: jglweb
  15. jglweb:

    Joe in the press room during Emmys 2014.

    Reblogged from: josephgordonlevittitalia
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