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Anyway, you can read the full GQ piece here, and here are some highlights: Growing up, Joseph Gordon-Levitt admits he was “a sort of serious little dude—snobby,” and tells GQ’s Amy Wallace that he was dangerously at risk of becoming a “hopeless ivory-tower douchebag.” It was somewhat fitting that he played an old geezer trapped in a boy’s body on “3rd Rock From The Sun.” According to his ex-costar, John Lithgow, “he was a very mature boy—I remember him carrying on about the ecological damage that is done when people build new golf courses. They were, like, looking in their compact mirrors and s–t, and I thought that was evil.” JGL on how Hollywood is crumbling: “The entertainment business as it has been is not going to be around that much longer.