We wont know until tomorrow, so in the meantime, let's catch up on all the interviews and stories we missed during this hectic week.
Jake on the best day of his career so far:
Jake and Michael have each other's back:
Jake and Michael spar:
On being typecast:
Five Reasons To See EoW
Jake Gyllenhaal Interview by MakingOf
Jake and Michael prepare:
Watch Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena for "End of Watch" on PBS. See more from Flicks.Michael's plan for Jake: Both sides of the camera: On crashing the car: David Ayer on Jake: My new favorite reporter asks Jake for details! OF course, he does repeat himself a bit, but there's some new stuff in there, too. Funny Anna Kendrick interview: Jake Gyllenhaal is great in this movie. He’s also got a great bald head. Did you touch his head a lot? I touched his head a lot. There is this scene at the end of the movie where I found myself touching his head a lot. I was like what is happening, why am I doing that? I like to see him all hairy again, it looks like a completely different person, but I like him scruffy. Yeah, what is it about bald heads that makes them so touchable? I don't know. I was doing it in that one scene but actually when I saw him at the premiere, the first thing I did was scratch his beard. I think I am more of a beard girl myself. From the NY Daily News: New York's Finest say gritty cop film 'End of Watch' is dead ringer for their lives on the beat/Cops say L.A.-based film starring Jake Gyllenhaal captures banter and brotherhood rarely conveyed on screen Jake is made an honorary Latino: Jake, you're an honorary Latino now. You do the Mexican zapateo dance in the film and I saw you at the ALMA Awards red carpet. You held your own!
JG: Am I an honorary Latino? Wait, no. Really? Are you just saying that? Cause I take that very seriously, so don't just throw that out there.
I declare you, as of this moment, an honorary Latino.
JG: Can you do that?
Of course I can. I can do anything I want!
JG: Ok. Wow, thank you…
How does it feel to be embraced by the community?
JG: It's really amazing. I've now had the opportunity to work with some incredibly talented Latino actors and be completely immersed in the culture at times. It was an honor to even be let into the world, you know. We used to joke on set, 'I bet you get to present at the ALMA Awards after you do this movie' and then I did! So I have to say it was a real honor for me and to be with him there at the ALMA's, with him not being embarrassed to be seen with me.
MP: Not at all! He's such a good buddy and such a good person at heart that I'm glad he came. He fully embraced it, too. There are some things you do because you're an actor, but he was genuinely into it, asking questions. He was really interested.