Watch Joseph Gordon-Levitt Drum and Add ‘Subway Busker’ to His Resumé

Joseph Gordon-Levitt, in an effort to “capture those unmissable, spectacular moments that happen every day” and, in the process, promote his pet project HitRecord, took to a subway platform to play a full drum kit. In the video, commuters pass him by without a glance, ignoring the loud banging echoing through the tunnel, not ever realizing they are in the presence of a child star turned grown-man star. They do not know that this suited man drumming on a red circle was in Inception, nor do they seem to care that the video is part of a project where any percussionist, movie actor or not, is welcome to submit a recording of themselves performing as part of a project called “Everyday, Spectacular” through HitRecord and LG. What the one guy getting on the train does know, however, is that JGL looks like Pee-Wee Herman, a pointed observation, which might make some people reevaluate their crushes after that slumber-party screening of 10 Things I Hate About You.

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Drums on a Subway Platform