Ooh la la! When it comes to casting a leading man, Joseph Gordon-Levitt appears to have the whole package.
The 33-year-old star sported a vintage look that left little to the imagination while appearing on the set of his latest film, To Reach the Clouds.
New photos, released on Wednesday, June 11, show him with choppy '70s-style hairstyle, wearing a wine-colored T-shirt, a black leather jacket and dark tan pants, whose tight fit brings to mind Mad Men actor Jon Hamm, who has spurred online photo memes following multiple celebrity pics highlighting his crotch area and speculation about going commando, which he has denied.
To Reach the Clouds is set in the 1970s and is based on a true story. Levitt plays French high-wire artist Philippe Petit, who dreams of wire walking between the Twin Towers at the World Trade Center in New York City. Sir Ben Kingsley portrays his mentor. The movie is directed by special effects aficionado Robert Zemeckis of Back To The Future fame and is set for release in October 2015. (To learn more about the ebullient Petit, check out the amazing documentary Man on Wire.)