‘The Dark Knight Rises’ didn’t end up Occupying Wall Street (here’s why), but one of its stars did. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who plays a Gotham cop in the upcoming Batman sequel, went down to Zuccotti Park in Lower Manhattan at 3 a.m., before police ousted the occupiers on Tuesday morning. He says he shot three hours of footage, which he’ll upload to his hitRECord site. Gordon-Levitt wants… Continue reading Joseph Gordon-Levitt Visits Occupy Wall Street (Without Batman)
‘Moneyball’ is about more than just baseball, and so was the Tokyo press conference for the Oscar-buzzed film where Brad Pitt gave his thoughts on the ongoing Occupy Wall Street movement: “I think what you’re seeing in America is questioning a system that has not served us very well. A system that is defined for corporate lobbyists instead of the best needs for the people and… Continue reading Brad Pitt: Occupy Wall Street Movement 'Can't Stop' (VIDEO)
Tim Robbins, Michael Moore and Kanye West are about to have company at Occupy Wall Street in Lower Manhattan: the Los Angeles Times reports that Christopher Nolan may film parts of ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ in downtown New York with the protests as a backdrop.
This is all very hush-hush — ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ is coming to New York under the fake production name ‘Magnus Rex’ — but… Continue reading 'The Dark Knight Rises' May Head to Occupy Wall Street
Mark Ruffalo may have been present at the Javits Center in New York on Saturday night for the New York Comic Con panel about ‘The Avengers,’ but it’s likely his thoughts were downtown with the growing number of protestors at Occupy Wall Street. Not only has Ruffalo been vocal with his support, but he even visited protestors at Zuccotti Park last week after the park owners, Brookfield Properties… Continue reading Hulk Mark Ruffalo Supports Occupy Wall Street, Says Protests Are Close to 'True Direct Democracy'