Will Joseph Gordon-Levitt jump from DC to Marvel?


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There are rumors that he may take over the role of DC's Batman, but nothing has been declared final

WILL HE JUMP? Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Blake in 'The Dark Knight Rises.' Photo from the TDKR Facebook page, courtesy of Warner Bros

MANILA, Philippines – Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who played Blake in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises, is reportedly being considered for an upcoming Marvel project, Guardians of the Galaxy, according to Total Film.

Gordon-Levitt is reportedly being considered to play lead Peter Quill aka Star-Lord, “the son of a human mother and alien father and captain of a psychically-controlled spaceship who serves as the audience’s entry-point into the film’s galactic sprawl of weird and wonderful characters.”

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One Day‘s Jim Sturgess and Chuck‘s Zachary Levi are also reportedly being considered for the role.

In November 2012, speculations that Gordon-Levitt will be the new Batman surfaced, when the last scene in TDKR showed his character Blake discovering Bruce Wayne’s Bat Cave.

Here’s the catch: Batman is under DC and Guardians of the Galaxy, as mentioned, is under Marvel.

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But according to Total Film, that Gordon-Levitt will reprise the Batman role is not yet concrete. So, technically, the actor is free to take on a project from Marvel.

Guardians Of The Galaxy is set for worldwide release on August 2014. It will be directed by James Gunn. – Rappler.com

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