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As promised, there is the third teaser for the sci-fi blockbuster Looper. This time describe director Rian Johnson and starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt the spectacle technical demands on the young actors. On the marketing plan of TriStar Pictures, we reported: For Looper trailer was a teaser trilogy created. After Teaser 1 and Teaser 2 , now comes the third clip. This time you can not just pretty pictures to admire, it gets really interesting. Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt and director Rian Johnson to explain how they have sought out a young Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Bruce Willis make. To Einnerung: Joseph Gordon-Levitt's character Joe takes a trip into Looper in the future, to be with his older self, played by Bruce Willis to invest. The idea of a young actor externally (ie in the mask), but also in his gestures and facial expressions of an established performer and adjust its role, reminiscent of a classic movie. In The Godfather 2 played Robert De Niro, the young Don Corleone. He not only had to Marlon Brando imitate, but also the interpretation of the mafia godfather. Robert De Niro fulfilled this task brilliantly. But acting layman can imagine the versatility it requires an actor with all its typical movements and language peculiarities, and simultaneously to copy the design of a movie role. Looper could for the young Joseph Gordon-Levitt to be so technical spectacle baptism of fire. Whether this succeeds, can in German cinemas from 11 October will be judged. One thing is certain: it can damage Joseph Gordon-Levitt is not sure if he is - for future projects - abschaut some tricks at a veterans like Bruce Willis.
Originally posted by FraternitasSaturni
Joseph Gordon-Levitt copied bruce willis because in that movie hes playing "young bruce", so he had to copy his look, mannerisms, everything... even his face was heavily changed to look like a young bruce. Just like De Niro had to do when he portrayed a young "don corleone" in The Godfather...
No conspiracy... just that Joseph Gordon-Levitt does a pretty damn good job... specially on the "bruce smirk".