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Call-In Commentary: Watch the “50/50″ trailer with director Jonathan Levine

Article: Call-In Commentary: Watch the “50/50″ trailer with director Jonathan Levine

When one of Seth Rogen’s good friends came down with potentially terminal cancer, it set in motion an emotional journey that would culminate with Rogen producing a feature film about the experience. The result is “50/50,” which stars the endlessly talented Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the young man stricken with the disease, and Rogen as his…

Here’s all of the “50/50″ poster with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen

Article: Here’s all of the “50/50″ poster with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen

A few weeks ago we brought you the trailer for “50/50″ starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen. Now we’ve got the debut of the film’s one-sheet. Take a look. The film, directed by “The Wackness”‘ Jonathan Levine, stars Gordon-Levitt as Adam, a twentysomething guy fighting cancer with the help of his friend (Rogen), therapist (Anna…

Trailering: Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s “50/50″

Article: Trailering: Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s “50/50″

Although it won’t be coming out until September, the first trailer for the Joseph Gordon-Levitt-Seth Rogen drama “50/50″ hit the Internet today and what makes the debut so unusual is that on many film sites, it’s accompanied by a quasi-review since the film’s distributor Summit has already started to build word-of-mouth. The film, based on…

“The Wackness”

Article: “The Wackness”

Many movies wax nostalgic for the good old days; “The Wackness” is the only movie I can think of that’s nostalgic for a time occupied by people who are themselves nostalgic about their own good old days. Though writer/director Jonathan Levine’s wistful coming-of-age film wants us to miss New York City as we knew it…

Article: Interview: Josh Peck and Jonathan Levine on “The Wackness”

By Stephen Saito Jonathan Levine calls “The Wackness” a “second first film.” In a way, he’s speaking for his whole cast. While Levine is making his debut as a writer after helming the much buzzed-about (but still unreleased) teen horror comedy hybrid, “All the Boys Love Mandy Lane,” he hired an eclectic cast for his…

Trailering: The wackness of being an American teen.

Article: Trailering: The wackness of being an American teen.

New on the trailer front: I remember emerging from the Sundance press screening of Jonathan Levine’s “The Wackness” feeling like I had just come off a three-day bender. It’s messy and silly and either awesome or terrible, and it has, as long promised, a scene in which Ben Kingsley and Mary-Kate Olsen make out —…

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