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He's soft-shoed through major action set pieces in Inception, broken hearts in (500) Days of Summer and 50/50, and mixed it up with Batman in Dark Knight Rises and action icon Bruce Willis in Looper. But following a string of shorts, actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt became a feature filmmaker, directing the racy rom-com Don Jon's Addiction. Gordon-Levitt also wrote and starred in the comedy that recently debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, where it earned some rave review, even though our own Katey Rich found the tale of a porn-addicted Jersey Shore Don Juan who looks to evolve into a more mature man "simultaneously banal and offensive." (Check out her full review here.) But the movie's muddled message and apparent misogyny don't much matter to Relativity Media, which snagged the domestic distribution rights and promised a $25 million print and advertising campaign to promote its release. After all, Don Jon's Addiction is still a »

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