Well hello there, JGL! Lookin' good!!
If we didn't know any better, we'd say Joseph Gordon-Levitt was auditioning for the role of a live-action Disney prince.
As you can see in the photo (above), Joseph had a ball showcasing his handsome appeal on the August 2012 cover of GQ. But as fairy godmothers say, it's what's on the inside that counts.
So what does he say inside the mag?? We'll tell you … AFTER THE JUMP!
ON NOT GOING TO PROM
"I thought the girls my age were very frustrating. They were, like, looking in their compact mirrors and shit, and I thought that was evil."
ON HOLLYWOOD'S MOVIE INDUSTRY
"The entertainment business as it has been is not going to be around that much longer. The way it's going is, there's going to be artists, and they'll make their shit, and they'll connect to their audience, and you don't need any of the middlemen—the studios or the agents."
ON AMERICA'S OBSESSION WITH CELEBRITY
"I really don't like this notion that some people are more important than other people. These stories about these elevated people called 'celebrities' teaches you"—and by "you" he meant regular, nonfamous folks—"that what you have to say doesn't matter. It's degrading."
Oooh, Joseph! Such a wise grasshoppah, you are! So wise!
It's no wonder he was one of our favorites on 3rd Rock From the Sun!
[Image via Nathaniel Goldberg/GQ.]
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