While making his sci-fi time travel thriller Looper (out Sept. 28), writer-director Rian Johnson (Brick, The Brothers Bloom) constantly had his trusty Leica M6 camera at his side to document the process, often purposefully using super grainy black-and-white film stock to give his shots an evocative, noir-y feel. But it was a mistake in the development process that lent this shot of star Joseph Gordon-Levitt in make-up designer Kazuhiro Tsuji's workshop, as the actor went through the process of transforming his face into a younger version of Bruce Willis its smoky allure. ''I had actually messed up developing it and used some expired film developer,'' says Johnson. ''But it gave this kind of beautiful cloudiness to it that I actually really love. This was makeup test number one, the first time we took a look at the makeup and put it up against the life cast of Bruce and saw how we did.''