Joseph Gordon-Levitt grapples with anxiety in 'Mr. Corman' trailer

 Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars in the new trailer for Apple's Mr. Corman. File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI
 Joseph Gordon-Levitt stars in the new trailer for Apple's "Mr. Corman." File Photo by Jim Ruymen/UPI | License Photo

July 8 (UPI) -- Joseph Gordon-Levitt ponders if he has failed at life in the new trailer for upcoming comedy-drama series, Mr. Corman.

Gordon-Levitt portrays a musician who never made it big and becomes a fifth grade teacher in the clip released on Thursday.


The actor's Josh Corman character deals with anxiety, loneliness and self-doubt, constantly thinking back on the choices he wished he had made. Mr. Corman's ex-fiancé has also moved out and his high school friend moved in.

Mr. Corman will have to find a way to work through his problems and try his best to live life to the fullest. The series also features reality-bending sequences as Mr. Corman's imagination runs wild.

Gordon-Levitt additionally created, directed, wrote and executive produced Mr. Corman, which is coming to Apple TV+ on Aug. 6. Two episodes will be released at launch, with new episodes then arriving every Friday.

Co-stars include Arturo Castro, Debra Winger, Bobby Hall, Alexander Jor, Juno Temple, Jamie Chung, Shannon Woodward and Hector Hernandez.


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