Joseph Gordon-Levitt attends the 53rd New York Film festival opening night gala presentation and ‘The Walk’ world premiere on September 26, 2015
Joseph looked very dapper
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Leslie Harter Zemeckis and director Robert Zemeckis
Joseph, who looked suave for the appearance in a textured grey jacket and denim button down, could be seen laughing at his younger self as he watched the clip.
The well-dressed star also sported a pair of fitted grey trousers, a navy blue and red polka dot tie, miss-matched socks, and brown leather oxfords.
Unique style: Joseph wore two different pairs of socks with his brown, leather oxfords
Joseph Gordon-Levitt on The Tonight Show
Gordon-Levitt appeared on The Tonight Show Thursday night and revealed to Jimmy Fallon that his high school band (pronounced foe-ad, not fode) wasn’t very popular and was randomly named after a student who attended school with the actor.
He looked good in a dark grey patterned suit, crisp white dress shirt and polka dot bright red bow tie
The Golden Globe nominee was on the show to promote his role in the upcoming film The Walk, for which he was taught by Philippe himself to master the highwire before depicting his famous 1974 Twin Towers stunt onscreen.
Philippe wrote about his daring feat in his 2002 memoir To Reach The Clouds, which was made into the 2008 Oscar-winning documentary Man On Wire.
Directed by Robert Zemeckis, the new movie also stars Ben Kingsley, Charlotte Le Bon, James Badge Dale, Ben Schwartz, and Steve Valentine.
The Walk hits theaters on October 9.