The cast, as you would expect, is rounded out by attractive female actors such as Julianne Moore (Carrie), Brie Larson (21 Jump Street), Lindsey Broad (The Office), Antoinette Kalaj (Riddick) and Amanda Perez (Gossip Girl), along with Levitt’s Dark Knight Rises costar Rob Brown (better known for Finding Forresterand the TV series Treme) and Tony Danza as Levitt’s father, Jon Sr.
A darkly comical approach to the story for Don Jon’s Addiction could make it more palpable for a larger audience than a somber treatment of such subjects as sexual addiction and objectification of women (see: Shame). The comparatively ‘edgy’ approach in Addiction should further help to distinguish it from previous lighter and more romantic contemporary takes on the Don Juan character, such as Don Juan DeMarco (starring Johnny Depp).
As for Levitt: he should have no problem bringing the eponymous womanizer to life onscreen. Hopefully, he won’t get caught up in naval-gazing when working behind the camera (as first-time directors are sometimes wont to do).
Don Jon’s Addiction has yet to snag a U.S. release date, but expect it to arrive sometime in late 2013.Source: http://screenrant.com/joseph-go