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Julia Stiles and Heath Ledger starred in "10 Things I Hate About You."

THEN AND NOW: The cast of ’10 Things I Hate About You’ 21 years later

The modern take on Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew," starring Julia Stiles, is celebrating its 21st anniversary in 2020.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt says that playing Edward Snowden inspired his distrust of Instagram and Facebook

The actor said he started to question platforms like Facebook and Twitter after playing the American whistleblower Edward Snowden.

Sony PlayStation, Ubisoft, and Square Enix: The 7 biggest announcements from the third day of E3 2018

At E3 2018 on Monday, we finally got to see the big press conferences from Sony PlayStation, Ubisoft, and Square Enix, to see what's coming down the pipe for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. We rounded up the biggest announcements from those events.

‘Snowden’ actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt on the US election and meeting the NSA whistleblower

The "Snowden" actor and Hit Record founder spoke to Business Insider at Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt explains that odd Edward Snowden voice he does in his new biopic

Joseph Gordon-Levitt's portrayal of Edward Snowden in 'Snowden' has drawn a wide range of reviews, most of which focus on his jarring voice impression.

‘Snowden’ portrays the infamous NSA leaker as a hero, but leaves many big questions unanswered

"Snowden" is a wildly entertaining thriller centered around the most-wanted man in the world, though it left me with many more questions than I had going in.

The trailer for ‘Snowden’ with Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the whistleblower is here

Director Oliver Stone's movie about Edward Snowden will certainly get people talking.

One of the most bizarre moments in ‘The Walk’ actually happened

To this day, Philippe Petit doesn't know who he was.

The highwire daredevil ‘The Walk’ is based on loves the movie — except for one part

"I see it as a creative freedom from the point of view of the storyteller," said Petit.