The colorful and realistic secondary characters are part of the appeal of End of Watch. Making the movie was a labor of love for all involved, and cast and crew are reveling in the movie's success.
From Instagram to Twitter to Facebook, the EoW crew continue to promote the movie and to feel the love.
Jake on set "END OF WATCH" movie.. he was like Flakiss! Did you just take a picture!? I'm like yes for FB. LMAO! much fun shooting with these fools ;)
"END OF WATCH" on set!
Richard, Jake, Flakiss, and crew.. — with Ana Mata Olmos, Esme Rizzo, Art Laboe, Jo Mo, Norma Cardenas, Angela Vega, Esteban Wawis and Diane Michelle Sanchez.
Big Evil is neither:
Celluloid partners Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena pose with one-time real-life LAPD partners Jaime Fitzsimons and Daryn Dupree, who inspired the movie:
That promise and the still-strong friendship between FitzSimons and Dupree were the inspiration for director David Ayer's “End of Watch,” a film that pushes past the violence of traditional cop dramas to tell a story about the human beings behind the badges. ...
For him and Dupree, the violence and danger they faced daily forged a bond between them that has lasted a lifetime. Twenty years ago they swore to protect one another's families if one of them didn't make it home. Today, though FitzSimons moved to Colorado nearly a decade ago and Dupree remained with LAPD, the two men talk weekly and remain close friends.
The New Yorker tagged along with Jake and Fitzsimons on a visit to the NYC Police Museum, where they talked about the daily life of a cop. And how to save a celebrity:
Original questions, original answers! (Well, mostly.)
The interviewer talks to David Ayer, too.