That got your attention :) Watch the clip below and it will make sense.
MTV interviewed Michael Pena for End of Watch, focusing on the work Jake Gyllenhaal and he did to portray a convincing partnership.
MTV: How did you and Jake build a strong relationship on set?
Michael Peña: David Ayer was really adamant about us spending time together and talking about the characters and what we want to do and plan it out. He has an older sister, and I have an older brother. We just remembered how they'd fight and bicker. I was like, "I remember that totally," and he says, "But you still love the person." In a way, we just kept talking about it and designing how we were with our siblings. We were getting to know each other, but at the same time designing the friendship and the brotherhood. At the end of the day, you have to believe these guys are real partners, and they spend a lot of time together and they have each other's backs. Instead of saying that, showing that is what's really exciting about the script. When you have the action sequences, it really pays off. You're like, "I really don't want these guys to get hurt. I don't want one of them to get hurt."
Love this German teaser. You "get it" even without speaking German:
The first good video I've seen of Jake leaving the theater after "If There Is..."
The poster traveled from Rio to visit NY and to see the play. You can read his story here. Well, Monica and Paula C can read it. The rest of us have to google translate :)