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Joseph Gordon-Levitt Transformed Into A Young Bruce Willis in �Looper� Images

March 28, 2012
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Director Rian Johnson (“Brick,” “The Brother’s Bloom”) is once again exploring an established genre in a fresh and innovative way with his upcoming sci-fi thriller “Looper.”

The film is set in a near future where the mob has gained access to a time travel machine which they use to eliminate their enemies with absolutely no trace. They send intended hits back in time to be taken out by hired guns at the ready. Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays one such hit man who pauses when he realizes that his future self (Bruce Willis) has been sent back in an attempt to “close the loop.”

Take a look at the images which feature Gordon-Levitt after he has undergone the remarkable make-up work that transformed him into a young Bruce Willis.

This is one you will want to see.

“Looper” opens in AMC theatres on September 23rd.

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