(Yahoo!Movies) “Don Jon’s Addiction” may mark Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s directorial debut, but it does not mark his acting debut with co-star Tony Danza. The two first worked together 20 years ago in “Angels in the Outfield” — a family-friendly, Disney baseball film that couldn’t be further in theme than Levitt’s tale about a man addicted to Internet porn.

Now screening at the Sundance Film Festival where it was bought by Relativity Media for $4 million, “Don Jon’s Addiction” was written and directed by the “Looper” and “Dark Knight Rises” actor. And oh yeah, Gordon-Levitt also stars in his own film as Jon Martello, an iron-pumping city guy who must overcome his sex-crazed ways to find true love.


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