31-year-old Dark Knight Rises actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who is featured on the cover of GQ's August issue, opened up to the magazine about his experience with girls growing up.
Gordon-Levitt, who said he missed out on his high school prom, explained:
"I was a sort of serious little dude - snobby. I thought girls my age were very frustrating. They were, like, looking in their compact mirrors and sh*t, and I thought that was evil."
Although he said his teenage self verged on becoming "a hopeless ivory-tower douchebag", he said:
"I'm a little more forgiving now. I've grown to laugh at myself a little bit more than I did."
Since his interview, Gordon-Levitt has blasted GQ for being 'irresponsible' in printing incorrect information about his brother's 2010 death.
The magazine said his older brother died from an 'alleged drug overdose', and Gordon-Levitt has taken to his website to express his frustration, adding that it made him 'feel terrible'.
He wrote: "The 'allegations' to which [the writer] must be referring were made by a handful of gossip websites.
"They are factually incorrect according to the coroner’s office and the police department."He added: "I don’t like publicly speaking about my brother’s death, but I’m making an exception to correct this irresponsible claim."