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[Movies] Joseph Gordon-Levitt Talks Sandman & Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
Posted by Larry Csonka on 01.11.2014



- Joseph Gordon-Levitt recently spoke about what attracted him to the Sandman project and more. Here are the highlights…

On What Attracted Him to Sandman: Well, I love just the basic concept of it - just the concept of personifying Dream, along with all of his brothers and sisters, the seven Endless personifying Death, personifying Destruction and Delirium and Destiny and Desire and Despair. I mean, that's just a fascinating and, I think, a really cinematic concept. You look at the art of Sandman, and it just looks spectacular. I love big, spectacular movies, but oftentimes big, spectacular movies sort of get stuck in a rut. They go down certain paths that end in big explosions or whatever. Sandman has so much opportunity to do something that's on a grand, grand scale, but really unlike your average big, grand-scale, spectacular movie. I guess that's the tip of the iceberg.

On Working on Sin City: A Dame to Kill For With Robert Rodriguez: I loved working with Rodriguez, and actually doing that week on Sin City was really influential because a lot of the short films that we made with HITRECORD were made in a somewhat similar way to the way that Sin City is shot, completely on green screen. You've seen the first episode, so you've seen the one with Elle Fanning. That was shot very much like Sin City. We don't have a huge airplane hanger like he has. We have a corner of our office. [Laughs] We converted that into a green screen site. But you know, just having the actors performing entirely on green screen and then creating the world around them -- the difference being of course that Rodriguez has his team of Troublemakers, whereas we put the green screen footage up on our site and anyone is open to contribute their illustrations and animations to get behind it.

Credit: IGN.com





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