Joseph Gordon-Levitt Drops Out Of ‘Sandman’ Project

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In an announcement that seemed to come out of nowhere, Joseph Gordon-Levitt has left his Sandman project at New Line Cinema. The reason given for his departure was due to a disagreement with the studio. This news was shocking because it came one day after New Line announced Eric Hesserier was hired to write the DC Comic Adaptation.

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The Sandman was set up at Warner Brother in 2013 after the success of the Dark Knight. Gordon-Levitt was to produce along with screenwriter David Goyer. Joseph Gordon-Levitt took to social media late today to explain what happened.

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Now with Joseph Gordon-Levitt dropping out, it’s anyone’s guess as to who you will step in. Who would you want to play Sandman?

 

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