Will Joseph Gordon-Levitt become a Hollywood star in 2014? At the moment he is known throughout Hollywood as one of the more talented actors who is very interested in producing but it seems that whenever he comes forth with a great performance he almost disappears from the spotlight and that has become one of the characteristics of his acting career.
In 2011 he starred in the film 50/50 with Seth Rogen and produced an excellent performance that received sterling reviews and this was followed by his role in the Batman movie "Dark Knight" and then came two basically forgettable movies in terms of their success at the box office. Now, in 2014 he will star with Hollywood beauty Jessica Alba in the movie "Sin City: A Dame to Kill For" a movie that has very high expectations considering how well it did at the box office in the original movie in 2005.
Is Joseph Gordon-Levitt ready to move from being considered a talented actor by Hollywood directors and producers to an actor who is known both within the industry and can become a household name to Hollywood movie fans. It is not a question of whether he has the talent but more whether he is willing to focus on building his career in front of the camera or behind the camera.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt's upcoming projects include producing "The Sandman" and "Little Shop of Horrors" and starring in Robert Zemecki's "To Reach The Clouds". The dilemma that he faces is very simple but is something he must make a decision on in 2014. Does he want to become a leading man in Hollywood who is able to carry a film or does he wnat to be considered a good actor who is able to both act and produce films? Very few people have the ability to both act and produce films but Joseph Gordon-Levitt should consider the fact that if you try to do too many things at one time, you may become "good at different things but an expert at none". Does he want to become a great actor or a great producer, that is the question that only Joseph Gordon-Levitt can answer and many in the entertainment industry await that decision.