Jonathan Levine

Born and raised in New York City, Jonathan Levine has been making films since the age of 12. A graduate of Brown University’s Art/Semiotics program and the AFI Conservatory, he made his directorial debut in 2006 with All the Boys Love Mandy Lane, following it up two years later with The Wackness, starring Josh Peck and Ben Kingsley, which won the Audience Award at Sundance and an Independent Spirit Award nod for Best First Screenplay. Levine has made two films with Joseph Gordon Levitt and Seth Rogen, 50/50 (2011) and The Night Before (2015), and in 2013 wrote and directed the hit adaptation of Isaac Marion’s YA bestseller Warm Bodies. He directed the pilot of the Showtime drama I’m Dying Up Here, which debuts June 4, and the Amy Schumer-Goldie Hawn comedy Snatched, out May 12 through 20th Century Fox.

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Talks

I’m on a Train with a Hangover, But By God, I Will Fulfill My Obligation to Write This Talkhouse Piece About My New Movie, Long Shot!

By Jonathan Levine | May 3, 2019

I’m on a Train with a Hangover, But By God, I Will Fulfill My Obligation to Write This Talkhouse Piece About My New Movie, Long Shot!

Director Jonathan Levine on the movies/other things that inspired (or didn’t) his latest slam-dunk cinematic experience, in theaters now.

Warm Bodies Director Jonathan Levine Presents an Exclusive Excerpt From Isaac Marion’s The Burning World

By Isaac Marion | January 18, 2017

Warm Bodies Director Jonathan Levine Presents an Exclusive Excerpt From Isaac Marion’s The Burning World

Get a first taste of Marion's latest book in his best-selling Warm Bodies series, prefaced by some warm words on it from Levine.