Joseph Gordon-Levitt has mentioned he has plans to report a debut album.
The actor lately spoke to NME about his new Apple TV+ present Mr. Corman, and opened up about his ambitions as a musician as effectively.
Addressing his collaborative undertaking HitRecord, Gordon-Levitt additionally teased his concepts for making an album of his personal in the future.
“HitRecord has put out a bunch of music, it’s true, and I like making music with them,” he advised NME. “I’ve by no means put out an album [on my own], the data we’ve put out on HitRecord are normally issues I’m contributing to and providing suggestions on so much, however there are many individuals from all around the world making that music.
“I’ve all the time thought it could be enjoyable to make an album of my very own, I’ve nonetheless by no means completed it. Possibly in the future. It’s additionally been an enormous enjoyable a part of Mr. Corman: we bought to make a bunch of music and I’m actually proud.”
You’ll be able to watch the complete NME interview with Joseph Gordon-Levitt right here:
In a four-star review of Mr. Corman, NME wrote: “Nothing is ideal, says Josh’s mom at one level. And Mr. Corman definitely isn’t excellent. But it surely’s a wierd type of fascinating.”
Earlier this 12 months Joseph Gordon-Levitt was solid as Uber CEO and co-founder Travis Kalanick in anthology collection Tremendous Pumped.
Tremendous Pumped is claimed to discover “a narrative that rocked the enterprise world to its core and adjusted tradition” in each season, in keeping with Variety.
Season one shall be primarily based on Tremendous Pumped: The Battle for Uber by Mike Isaac, wanting on the beginnings of the ride-sharing firm and the occasions that led to Kalanick’s exit from the corporate.
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