"PREMIUM RUSH" – Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars as a Manhattan bicycle messenger who is pursued throughout the city after he picks up a package. David Koepp directs and co-wrote "Rush" with John Kamps. Koepp knows his way around a high-concept movie, having written 2002's "Panic Room." He's also doing the script for Universal's sequel to "Snow White and the Huntsman." Gordon-Levitt's star is in ascendancy, coming off "The Dark Knight Rises" with "Looper" and "Abraham Lincoln" on the way later this year. Sony is opening it on August 24.
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they wouldn't be surprises then, would they? -- might fit that bill. By Todd Cunningham/The Wrap