Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Loyola Marymount University honored Jake Gyllenhaal today, as one of the Masters of Hollywood, "a new series from LMU School of Film and TV that examines the careers of award-winning filmmakers and successful executives." The conversations are taped but it doesn't look like they will show the whole event. But there are pictures!
Not a great photo, but that last one was too funny not to share.
SAG Awards Southpaw screening Thursday night in L.A.
Lots of onset photos, as well.
And a bit of video. Moviemaking is exciting, isn't it!
Will post more later!
Wednesday, October 28, 2015
As Jake Gyllenhaal films Nocturnal Animals and does some light awards promotion for Southpaw, the DVD comes out in the U.S.
There's not much other news after the avalanche of Southpaw and Everest. So let's take a look at some old videos floating around. I hadn't seen this one before - Jake and Jason Clarke discuss Everest:
They had good chemistry in interviews. Would love to have seen more promo from them together.
All of Jake's movie kisses:
We've posted these or others like them before, but it's fun to revisit - Celeb life, Parts 1 and 2:
Jake Gyllenhaal star file:
Tuesday, September 29, 2015
Working on uploading Jake Gyllenhaal's Off Camera interview. It's a wonderful hourlong talk between Jake and Sam Jones. In the meantime, enjoy some Off Camera photos. And here's the audio of the talk.
More Everest video. The sound of the film:
Meet the guides:
What famous actors would Jake and Jason take to Everest:
We asked Jake Gyllenhaal and Jason Clarke which famous actors they'd choose to bring on an "Everest" climb. Their choices were... interesting! http://bzfd.it/1OPsKWaPosted by BuzzFeed Celeb on Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Some Jake photos from the Instagram of stylists Clare and Nina Hallworth:
Nice shots of Jake from Toronto:
(Off Camera gifs from 30 Seconds To A Beautiful War.)
Saturday, September 19, 2015
Everest premieres this week across the globe, starting on IMAX screens in the U.S. before opening wider next weekend. Vanity Fair published a series of behind-the-scenes photos. They were taken by Greg Williams, who shot those beautiful black-and-white photos in Venice earlier this month.
Some Demolition from TO:
Introduction of the film at Roy Thomson Hall on premiere night: