Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Strolling along


Jake Gyllenhaal and Alyssa Miller out for a Sunday stroll, with Jake's mother and with Alyssa's dog, Charlie.


Apparently, there was once a show called Starstruck, where fans got to meet and interview stars. Jake is never actually interviewed by them, but he makes some appearances in these episodes:

The Day After Tomorrow - Jake is at the end:



Heath Ledger (Casanova & Brothers Grimm press conferences); BBM red carpet (Jake at about 5:45):



BBM Toronto (Jake at about ten minutes and again about 21 minutes in; adorable Heath moments):

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UltraViolet said...

Tidbits. From the NY Post:

Jake Gyllenhaal and his new girlfriend, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Alyssa Miller, are going strong. On Friday, the genetically gifted pair was spotted breaking a sweat together at Barry’s Bootcamp in Tribeca. “They looked like they were having fun,” says a spy. On Sunday, the couple was seen holding hands on their way to brunch at Hudson Clearwater with Gyllenhaal’s mom, Naomi Foner, and Miller’s dog, a Boston terrier named Charlie.

And another:

The couple that sweats together stays together!

Jake Gyllenhaal and rumored new girlfriend Alyssa Miller recently took a class together at the famously hard-core Barry's Boot Camp TriBeCa, which she frequents.

According to a spy, Gylenhaal really "hit it hard."

"They left dripping in sweat," said the witness of the 32-year-old actor and the 24-year-old model.

Gyllenhaal reportedly met his previous gal pal, sexy Sports Illustrated model Emily DiDonato, at SoulCycle's Union Square location, where he is a regular.


From twitter:

Celebrity-spotting: Jake Gyllenhaal on the R train from BK to Manhattan, with a lady friend....Even w/a full beard, can't mistake his eyes

In case anyone missed it from the last post:

Just me, Jake Gyllenhaal (and his girlfriend) in Washington Sq. park pic.twitter.com/NplzcN1mu9

Office of Nancy Pelosi said...

She is gorgeous and they make a beautiful couple!

Thanks so much for these clip s UV, what gems especially the BBM clips with Heath.

Anonymous said...

Mark D. Glesne
13 minutes ago
Received an email from a stylist for an upcoming Disney film featuring Johnny Depp, Chris Pine, Jake Gyllenhaal, Emily Blunt, Meryl Streep, et al.

Just another Tuesday in the shoe biz.

Scott said...

Excited about Mark's tweet,excited for Jake and Chris Pine because I love them both. A little sad about the Heath video. Michelle looked so happy and now she always seems to have a bit of sadness in her eyes.



bobbyanna said...

Thanks for all those various video clips, UV.
Got a little verklempt.

Jake & Heath looking so beautiful, and so happy.

Monica said...

Alyssa is so beautiful.
Thanks for the videos.

I saw it, but I don't know where they got this information:

Meryl Streep Site ‏@MerylStreepSite 10m
Meryl Streep leaves for London in three weeks to make a movie of Stephen Sondheim's "Into the Woods," under the direction of Rob Marshall

Anonymous said...

peteroasis ‏@peteroasis1 41m
I almost had a head-on bike collision with Jake Gyllenhaal on Hudson Street #bikelife

Anonymous said...

Jake and Alyssa look great together.

Lily

Mary said...

OMG you guys are right! They look so good together! Who cares whether they have anything in common or if she can actually hold a conversation when her clothes are on. They should get married. Like Adam is!

Mary? said...

Oh no another Mary here I'm the old one should I change
or add something to my name since I have been using that name for several years now so people don't getconfused?
Jake and Alyssa do make a cute couple.

Scott said...

Oh Mary at 9:12PM bitter much, but i can't tell if its over Jake or Adam.

Congrats to Adam but I think a visit from the stork might be involved there. Rather sudden after a break up from the same woman.

UltraViolet said...

From twitter:

Saw Jake Gyllenhaal in NYC tonight! I wish I could have gotten a better picture but he had security… http://instagram.com/p/b2UP-OnErH/

Mary, real Mary, we won't confuse you. Don't pay any attention to the troll.

Hagen said...

Jake riding his bike around SoHo on IHJ

Chica said...

Thanks so much for posting these videos UV. It was such a special time and I still miss Heath:(

They make such a pretty couple! It's hot as hell here, I hope Jake keeps cool while cycling around the city!

UltraViolet said...

There's something so wonderful about seeing the Toronto and Venice videos. I try not to wax too nostalgic. Too many Jake "fans" can't move past that time in Jake's career. But it really was a special moment.

It was wonderful to see Heath being so sweet to the Starstruck girl.

I also love the moment when the Toronto fan gets completely tongue-tied when Jake looks at her, exemplifying the Starstruck title. Who can blame her?

UltraViolet said...

Jake and Alyssa getting frozen yogurt last night.

Scott said...

The link didn't work, thank goodness. Getting a little OD on Jake and Alyssa. It's all over the internet and the comments are outrageous. I wish them no ill will, but even I am tired of them.

I am ready for Jake to get back to work.

Lara said...

Scott u can see here:

Erin Lasser ‏@hakunamatitties
Stalking my prey #bby #jakegyllenhaal #yesterday #froyo #idied http://instagram.com/p/b4cYlRAJCw/

Lara said...

DeadlineDLVRIT ‏@DeadlineDLVRIT

Josh Brolin, John Hawkes, Jake Gyllenhaal & Jason Clarke In Talks To Star In ‘Everest’ For... http://dlvr.it/3gQPdS via @DeadlineMike

Mia said...

If someone took a picture of Jake all by himself riding his bike, or getting frozen yogurt, or stopping at one of those juice places, or coffee places like we saw in the past no one would complain, but a fan picture of Jake and Alyssa buying yogurt, and you're glad the link doesn't work, and you're sick of them. Well some of us aren't sick of them at all. If you are, then don't bother with the link.

Monica said...

Josh Brolin, John Hawkes, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Clarke are in discussions to star in Everest, a mountain climbing disaster film that The Deep helmer Baltasar Kormakur will direct. He’s the one that’s putting the cast together and is aiming for a November shooting start.

Great cast.

Is that the reason Jake left MG?

Scott said...

Mia, which is why I didn't bother with the link, thank you though Lara. I love Jake and am glad he is happy so thank you Mia for your opinion and like the link I will ignore it as well.

Thanks Lara for the update from Deadline, this is what i was looking for. That is quite the cast.

Lara said...

Hi Scott, my pleasure. :-)

It seems that will be a lot of work for jake this year. I think is for this reason that he´s enjoy every minute of the summer. Good!




Gyllenbabble said...

Scott, do yourself a favor and ignore the comments section on celeb "news" blogs. Not sure what there is to be sick of at this point. They haven't really been covered that much.

Could be great news about the movie. Will have to see if t pans out and also what the role is.

Gyllenbabble said...

Monica, not sure if that's why he left MGrimd but it could be. I think we are seeing why he left CAA though!

Monica said...

From THR:
Josh Brolin, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jason Clarke and John Hawkes are in various states of negotiations to star in Everest, a based-on-a-true-story tale about the ill-fated 1996 climb to the top of the world's tallest mountain. Universal is in talks to co-finance the film with Emmett/Furla and distribute in North America.
From director Baltasar Kormakur (2 Guns), Everest follows two expedition groups whose treks turn tragic when a massive storm hits, leaving eight people dead.

...

End of Watch star Gyllenhaal will play Scott Fischer, the leader of another expedition.

Gyllenbabble said...

Was just comng here to post that, Monica. Sounds promising. Love the name :)

You can google the name if you want to know Fischer's fate.

bobbyanna said...

OMG, that's great news. Great cast, too. I just get queasy reading Jake and mountain climbing in the same sentence.
I hope they shoot it in a sound studio. (And you know they won't.)

They'll hype the locations, and the danger, and the challenges, the authenticity, etc. And Jake loves to push himself and test himself. IMO it's already a nail biter and they haven't even signed on yet.

Long ago, there was a movie called The Eiger Sanction with Clint Eastwood. My father loved it and I went to see it with him. Scariest mountain climbing movie ever.

bobbyanna said...

Thanks.

I just Googled Fischer.



Damn.

Monica said...

I think we are seeing why he left CAA though!

Yeah! hahahaha



Monica said...

Ryan Adams ‏@filmystic 1m
.@amuredda @AwardsDaily I want to devote every waking minute to tweeting Jake Gyllenhaal every time Affleck's name is floated for Gone Girl.


I like Affleck as a director, but not as an actor.

Tweety said...

I have such wonderful memories of when Jake was doing promo for BBM with Heath, Michele, etc. Thanks UV :)

I'm not sick of Jake snd Alyssa stuff out there, not yet anyway lol! I like the fact that she isn't scary thin like some other models.

I love the sound of this latest Jake rumor, I hope he signs on!

I remember the Eiger Sanction Bobbyanna!

Scott said...

Scott Fischer was really hot, kind of reminds me of Heath. I would love to see Jake go blonde if the story or his feel for the character dictates it.

.

Scott said...

"I like the fact that she isn't scary thin like some other models."

I would sell you all for that body (not jake's).

Monica said...

TheWrap ‏@TheWrap 21s
Jake Gyllenhaal Exits Disney's 'Into the Woods' as 'Nightcrawler' Gets Greenlight (Exclusive) http://tinyurl.com/k69zaf2

Scott said...

"TheWrap ‏@TheWrap 21s
Jake Gyllenhaal Exits Disney's 'Into the Woods'"

No Jake, no just no. Like always bad news comes with the good news with Jake. Jake, no no no.

Monica said...

The edgy thriller is gearing up for a five-week shoot in early October and while Gyllenhaal wanted to make the dates work with "Into the Woods," it proved impossible.

Marshall's star-studded cast necessitates a complicated shooting schedule that would've required Gyllenhaal to be on set for several days in October and November, and possibly September and December as well. He wasn't willing to turn down multiple opportunities in order to participate as a supporting player alongside Meryl Streep and Johnny Depp.


This is a good reason, but I'm sad that he will not be in this musical.

Scott said...

Well Monica here's hoping Jake was so impressive that Disney will find a way to make it work but I would think a five week shoot in October, early Novemeber could have worked? Or the independent filming could have worked around it but we don't know if there are other opportunities that were conflicting.

I just wanted to see Jake is a big big film again and singing. Oh well it's his career not mind.

Monica said...

Jeff Sneider
UPDATE: Gyllenhaal was to have played Rapunzel's Prince, not Cinderella's. I regret the error...

Well, I'm not sad. hahaha

He made ​​the right choice.

suvee said...

The Mt. Everest movie sounds very interesting, and it should be a good choice for Jake. Looks like the Bear Grylls caper paid off!

In case anyone is interested, Jon Krakauer's "Into Thin Air" is a profoundly riveting and moving account of the Scott Fischer Mt. Everest expedition. I highly recommend it. But be prepared...... not the cheeriest of reads.

UltraViolet said...

So Jake was going to be Rapunzel's prince?

I guess it's not bad that he's not doing it. Still wish they had found a way to make it work.

It's another event mpvie that Jake won't be part of.

bobbyanna said...

All I want to say is I hope they have a damned good budget for the Mount Everest movie and they have every single thing they need for a successful production.

Fischer's role in Everest reads like Oscar bait, to be honest.

If Jake was Rapunzel's prince, I'm glad he's not doing it. It's a waste of his talent, and honestly, I have nothing against Chris Pine. I like him, but to give him Cinderella's Prince's role over Jake is just wrong. I'd love to see Jake sing in a movie. It doesn't even have to be a musical.

bobbyanna said...

Hi, suvee! Thanks for the recommend. I'll wait until they actually start filming, but I'll definitely read the book.

As I've said, the idea of it makes me queasy and it seems like a very physically demanding role.

suvee said...

Hi bobbyanna! How are you? Well, I hope.

If this movie can capture the intensity and tragedy of this story, it will be awesome. But yes, think it would require some $$$$ to do it justice.

UltraViolet said...

Hi, suvee! it sounds like it could be a great movie. I just hope they have the resources and the talent to make it one.

Still bummed he couldn't do Into The Woods, though much less so if he wasn't going to be Prince Charming, or whatever he's called in the musical.

As Scott said, it's always the negative with the positive for Jake these days.

Love the Ryan Adams tweet. It makes me dislike Fincher that he's didn't choose Jake for Gone Girl.

Sag Actor said...

I'm glad that Nightcrawler was greenlighted and the Mt. Everest movie sounds promising.I think there was a TV movie made based on the story. Shame that Into the Woods didn't work out.

Ph0enicks said...

Hey UV do you think Fincher's holding a grudge from Zodiac days?

Monica said...

More info about Everest:

I’m most likely doing a picture called Everest with Working Title. That’s a project we’ve been putting together and now looks like it’s going to go this fall. Simon Beaufoy is working on it now, as we speak. We’re out to actors but I can’t really tell you… they are on the final stages of putting the financing together. It’s probably going to be more difficult than The Deep in some ways. I’m not as good with altitude as I am with ocean.

Beaufoy was the writer of Slumdog Millionaire and The Fully Monty, amongst others. For Everest he’ll be recounting the true story of how three expeditions up the mountain in 1996 lead to tragedy. It may be his experience on 127 Hours that comes in the most useful here.


bobbyanna said...

Reading Baltasar Kormakur's interview about making The Deep, it doesn't do very much to reassure me about Everest... :/.

Wasn't Christian Bale attached to this at one point?

UltraViolet said...

Was it a disastrous shoot, Bobbyanna? Or just a cheap one?

Monica said...
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Monica said...

The director doesn't make me very excited. But happy with the screenwither.
I read a lot of news about this movie, and I remember that the budget would be 60-70 million and the movie will be in 3D.

Wasn't Christian Bale attached to this at one point?
Yes.

UltraViolet said...

Sorry, didn't see the question above. I don't think David Fincher actually holds a grudge, no. But he perpetuated the false appearance of a fraud and was disingenuous about actors not being happy about doing 50+ takes of a scene.

Fincher could dispel a lot of that by casting Jake in another role. Maybe he doesn't want to work with Jake again. Who knows.

And I agree, Monica. The director isn't promising.

ph0enicks said...

Thanks UV. Insightful reply.

UltraViolet said...

Also, I meant feud, not fraud above. Yikes. Sorry about that!

I want to be upbeat about this. It's just a shame that good Jake news always comes with an asterisk.

Confuscius said...

Good news always comes with an asterisk.

Anonymous said...

I found this article, Jake drops out of "Into the Woods" because of scheduling conflicts with "Nightcrawler"

which is due to start filming in Oct at the same time Into the Woods is supposed to start filming

http://www.starpulse.com/news/Dave_Simpson/2013/07/18/jake_gyllenhaal_exits_into_the_woods

Anonymous said...

oh that was me about the article about him dropping into the woods (I figured you guys would have said something but I didn't know if it was mentioned I'm in a rush to get out the door right now

Lily

bobbyanna said...

UV, I read an interview the director did about filming The Deep and he made several pronouncements that make me nervous. : ) He doesn't believe in green screens and CGI. He likes to "keep it real." And yes, it was a cheap shoot. If Jake takes on this role, his part, as Fischer, will be very demanding. This movie sounds like something Bear Grylls should do...: /

Oh, don't mind me. I always get nervous. My daughter's talking about going to Sri Lanka with a friend who's studying elephants.

Monica said...

Bob, I don't think he will put the cast in a risky situation. This is a different situation, since he's working this time for a major studio.
There are many directors who don't like green screen or use the minimum of CGI, as Nolan.

UltraViolet said...

I'm also frustrated by the way this is being spun, mostly due to the Wrap. They were pissed off that THR or Deadline got the scoop on Everest. And they are framing Jake's exit from Into The Woods without mentioning Everest. So you get twitter headlines like the Huffington Post: Jake Gyllenhaal Drops Huge Project.

I do realize that I'm mostly annoyed about the ancillary issues. I wasn't all that excited about Into the Woods, as I've never seen it and I didn't really love the song the two princes sing.

Add to that Jake being Rapunzel's prince, and eh. But I will miss him being a part of all that big event movie hoopla.

UltraViolet said...

Thanks for the explanation, Bobbyanna. I remember some issues surrounding The Deep. Let's hope with a bigger studio and budget, things will go more smoothly!

UltraViolet said...

This info might have been in one of the other links posted, but just in case:

"We have a great cast that hasn't been announced yet..." promised director Baltasar Kormakur of his upcoming Everest movie when Empire had cause to speak to him recently. Well, the cat seems to be out of the bag, with reports this morning that Josh Brolin, Jake Gyllenhaal, John Hawkes and Jason Clarke are all in talks to don climbing gear and head for Nepal.

The film has been in development for some time, with Christian Bale at one time casually attached. "We don't have him anymore; he went to do Moses (Ridley Scott's Exodus) instead, which sucked," Kormakur told us. But Bale's departure led to a rethink which might ultimately affect Everest for the better. "I decided to go for a more ensemble version of the story," says the director. Hence, presumably, the current news. ...

Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner of Working Title are producing, and Kormakur told us that he hopes to be shooting in Iceland, Italy and Nepal in the autumn.


I was also thinking: I hope Jake hasn't burned any bridges with this decision.

Monica said...

"I decided to go for a more ensemble version of the story," says the director.

Sounds good!

The role of Rapunzel's prince is very small and poorly written.

Scott said...

I am hoping against hope that Rob will find a way to make it happen.

ph0enicks said...

Good morning UV. Kickass analysis. Enjoying your stuff. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Everest's cast sounds good.

Lily

Monica said...

Carson Reeves ‏@Scriptshadow 9m
Scriptshadow Newsletter has been sent! New Top 25 script review inside! That new Jake Gyllenhaal movie he signed onto. Amazing script!
Retweeted by Jeff Sneider

Anonymous said...

So was Script Shadow referring to Nightcrawlers?

Monica said...

So was Script Shadow referring to Nightcrawlers?

Probably yes. The scoop on nightcrawler came from Jeff Sneider.

Anonymous said...

Jake was dining at Peasants in NYC tonight.

Hagen said...

"Enemy" got a new release date in Russia: May 15th, 2014. That's nine months later than originally scheduled.

Scott said...

Oh Hagen,will it ever be released?

Hagen said...

Oh Hagen,will it ever be released?

"Enemy" sticks to its release date of September 13 in the UK. Though I wonder what kind of release that will be: 8 weeks to go and no trailer available. I still think it's quite possible that the film will be shown in Venice. The Russian distributor of "Enemy" has moved the film to the end of its current line-up. It's not a tentpole movie. ;-)

UltraViolet said...

I guess we'll know soon enough if An Enemy will be in Venice and/or Toronto. If it doesn't make either festival, I don't know when/if we'll ever see it.

From FB:

13 minutes ago via mobile
Lunching with Jake Gyllenhaal ‪#‎dreamboat‬ — at Chelsea Market.

Monica said...

I don't see Enemy coming to theaters this year. The film needs a U.S. distributor.
I hope it go to Venice or Toronto.

Lara said...

From FB:

Matthew J Shaw
I just saw Jake Gyllenhaal at the drug counter in Rite Aid

Did you give him a hug?

He looked pretty beat. I should have told him that hugging was the best medicine.

Taryn Jurgensen

Jake Gyllenhaal and crepes = perfect lunch break :) — com Arielle Caban em Chelsea Market.

Monica said...

Jeff Sneider ‏@TheInSneider 17 Jul
UPDATE: Gyllenhaal was to have played Rapunzel's Prince, not Cinderella's. I regret the error...

mermon7 Marzena ‏@mermon7 4h
@TheInSneider Are you sure about that? Most sources had opposite opinion. If so, my regret for Jake dropping that project will be less.

Jeff Sneider ‏@TheInSneider 1m
@mermon7 I am sure...


UltraViolet said...

Feeling better about Out of the Woods :)

It's interesting to see the reaction. I've seen a lot of people mentioning that this would be a departure for Jake, and that is one of the things that would have been good about it, IMO. But it was not to be.

From twitter:

I just saw Jake Gyllenhaal. In. Real. Life.
2:23 PM - 19 Jul 13

walking up 9th ave, fresh from the gym. Gym shorts, t shirt, hat, beard and with a hot brunette. Sadly, the brunette wasn't us.


And:

I had lunch sitting across from Jake Gyllenhaal and his girlfriend today. It was no big deal really.

Anonymous said...

"Out of the Woods"

LOL!

Hagen said...

UPDATE: Gyllenhaal was to have played Rapunzel's Prince, not Cinderella's. I regret the error...

It's a bit odd that the producers didn't correct that misconception more decidedly early on. Most sources got that wrong. Maybe Jake couldn't agree with the producers on which part he would play.


Today I've bought "Into Thin Air" by Jon Krakauer to prepare for the Everest movie. ;-) I know I'm late, but I've just figured out that Jason Clarke will have the biggest part, the role that Christian Bale was rumoured for. Though most headlines about the movie just ignore him. Jake's part will probably be quite substantial, too.

Hagen said...

BTW I wasn't aware that Jake would play a criminal in "Nightcrawler":

Yahoo: Dan Gilroy wrote "Nightcrawler," which finds Gyllenhaal playing a small-time Los Angeles criminal who gets a little too swept up in the nocturnal world of the city's crime journalism community.

Scott said...

"Though most headlines about the movie just ignore him. Jake's part will probably be quite substantial, too."

I think Monica posted a quote from an article with the film's director that the movie would be more of an ensemble approach.

Monica said...

Bflood28 ‏@Bflood28 17 Jul
Book nightcrawler will be forgettable. He's missing immortalizing an iconic theatre role on film... @TheInSneider

Jeff Sneider ‏@TheInSneider 17 Jul
@Bflood28 An iconic theater role as Rapunzel's Prince in Into the Woods. Gimme a break! NIGHTCRAWLER sounds cool, trust me...



Scott said...

Wow I thought I was passionate about Jake's roles. I am still hoping Into the Woods will happen if he's Rap's prince then his part shouldn't be that involved unless Rob changed the scenes drastically.

Scott said...

That would be at least 3 films for Jake next year. More Jake the better.

UltraViolet said...

Hope springs eternal, Scott. But it does seem like Jake was going to play the lesser role.

From twitter:

@hirshykissez: Just a complete 180 turn today #greatmood ūüėÉ jake gyllenhaal http://t.co/WmBo347uFN

bobbyanna said...

Hmm. Forgot there was another "Everest" movie in production, directed by Doug Liman starring Tom Hardy about another expedition that took place in
1924.


http://94.136.40.103/~ukfilmnews.com/?p=1215

Hagen said...

I am still hoping Into the Woods will happen

I've got mixed feelings about "Into the Woods". On the one hand I'm not really interested in the musical. On the other hand Jake seems to love Soderbergh and "Into the Woods". So it's a pity that he can't be a part of the movie adaptation.

It's probably difficult enough to shoot both "Nightcrawler" and "Everest" this year. According to "The Hollywood Reporter" the Everest movie is set to start filming in October ("Working Title is producing and looking at an October shoot in Iceland, which would put Kormakur back on his home turf.") Other sources report that the production will begin in November, which looks more plausible to me, as "Nightcrawler" will be filmed in October and early November.

Anonymous said...

Soderbergh has nothing to do with Into the Woods. The film is an adaptation of a play with music by Sondheim. I think that's who you meant.

Hagen said...

The film is an adaptation of a play with music by Sondheim. I think that's who you meant.

LOL, yes. As you see, I'm clueless about Sondheim and his musicals. I haven't watched "Sweeney Todd". It's just not my cup of tea.

Lara said...

I don´t know if u guys saw the Comin-con News (i think just me bc i´m a nerd) So maybe will be a Superman/batman movie together. and i already saw some twitts and jake is on the list of the who they wish to play the new Batman.

Superman meets up with a new Batman

Lara said...

Tiffany Stone ‏@tuffstonetycoon 58 min
Soooo I'm 6ftish away from Jake Gyllenhaal in Jay Z's box......

Anonymous said...

Beyond Sushi ‏@BeyondSushi 4h

Rumor has it jake gyllenhaal spotted eating @BeyondSushi Chelsea Market today !

Hagen said...

Forgot there was another "Everest" movie in production, directed by Doug Liman starring Tom Hardy about another expedition that took place in
1924.


http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2420740/IMdB has mixed up the two movies and created a new one starring Tom Hardy and Jake Gyllenhaal. Monica would be delighted. ;-)


Jake is on the list of who they wish to play the new Batman.

I think anyone who will play Batman after Nolan's super popular trilogy will lose out. So that's a role to avoid.

Hagen said...

The right link to the Everest movie on IMdB: "Everest" (2014)

Monica said...

I wouldn't be worried about this film Everest with Tom Hardy. Are talking about this movie since 2012 and nothing happened. Looks like that movie Liman's Moon with Jake.

Monica would be delighted. ;-)

Yay!!

Anonymous said...

Jack Latulippe ‏@jack_latulippe 17m

Walking across #JakeGyllenhaal on the street #onlyinnyc

Hagen said...

Jake will compete with Josh Holloway at the box office. "Battle of the Year" will open on the same day as "Prisoners".

Ecran Noir lists "Enemy" among the eight most anticipated movies at the Venice Film Festival. Four days to go until we know it for sure.

Extra said...

I want Jake to do a musical but I had mixed feelings about this film. Im not a fan of Into the Woods. Maybe he was being considered for the role of Cinderella's prince but didn't worl out.

I hope Everest works out and this isn't just another rumor.Fingers crossed for Enemy at Venice!

Hagen said...

Pathé UK has moved the release date of "Enemy" from September 13, 2013 to February 7, 2014.

Hagen said...

Jake out with Alyssa in New York on IHJ

bobbyanna said...

my goodness, they're stunning. I think I like her.

bobbyanna said...

Just saw this on FB: (Awwww!)

"crossed path with Jake Gyllenhaal in shorts and black tube socks and his new girlfriend in the Meat Packing district walking in the rain without umbrellas enjoying an impromptu rain shower and intimate conversation How cool is that? I don't think i can picture Reese doing that. Do you?"

Like · Share · 45 minutes ago via mobile · .

5 people like this.

Randall Rapstine Wait, who's the new girlfriend? And who the hell wears black tube socks?

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Anonymous said...

thecownyc
16 minutes ago
Jake Gyllenhaal is going to our big dance concert this Thursday! Are you? http://instagram.com/p/b1U1cProws/


Eric R Alvarez · 9 followers
56 minutes ago via mobile ·
Just crossed path with Jake Gyllenhaal in shorts and black tube socks and his new girlfriend in the Meat Packing district walking in the rain without umbrellas enjoying an impromptu rain shower and intimate conversation How cool is that? I don't think i can picture Reese doing that. Do you?

Hagen said...

Deadline: Billy Magnussen Ventures ‘Into The Woods’ To Replace Jake Gyllenhaal

I've never heard of him before.

Anonymous said...

He's from the theatre community.

Much less expensive than Jake I would bet. After casting Meryl Streep and Johnny Depp, there's not a whole lot of money left.
Emily Blunt, Jake, Anna Kendrick, & Chris Pine, don't come cheap, but I doubt they command such huge salaries.

bobbyanna said...

Awww. It's over! Finally. Congrats to Prince William and Katherine on the birth of their SON!

(I'm almost as tired of her pregnancy and baby-watch as she probably is... LOL! )

Scott said...

Billy Magnussen, he is a good actor but I did not know he could sing. He's has a bit more of a bad boy look.

I am sorry Jake will not be doing the movie, it's shame about the Prince Charmimg role. It should have been Jake because Disney apparently uses his face to model its princes in animated movies.

I wish them luck on the movie though no reason for Jake fans to send out bad karma because he passed on the movie.

Hagen said...

Cameron Bailey ‏@cameron_tiff

At 10am tomorrow we announce 70 Galas and Special Presentations to kick off the #TIFF13 lineup. Brace yourself.

UltraViolet said...

Thanks, Hagen. I couldn't remember when TIFF would be announced. So this could be a big week for An Enemy.

Or not...

I don't think Magnusson looks like a bad boy at all. He looks very Broadway to me. He's apparently a good actor and singer, so good for him for landing the role.

Lara said...

Steve Roberts ‏@SteveRoberts999
The Sun Times claims Jake Gyllenhaal, @GerardButler, @RyanGosling, Jon Hamm & Bradley Cooper are being considered as the new #Batman.

Please, NO,NO NO. Batman is just like Iron Man, very difficult to replace.

Mari said...

Zack Snyder's a special effects addict, not a director and all of those actors are too old. They need to do what happened with the Spiderman reboot.

This is going to be Superman's movie. Adding Batman is just a storyline gimmick, like Alien vs. Predator. I agree, if Jake's name is really in the hat, I hope he walks away, unless they pay him a ridiculous amount of money, and his character is important, and he has a decent script.

UltraViolet said...

Nothing on Prisoners or (An) Enemy yet at the TIFF press conference.

UltraViolet said...

And we get the Prisoners nod. But not An Enemy. Yet Jesse Eisenberg's The Double is playing. I think it was rumored to be based on the same book.

UltraViolet said...

Apparently they will announce the Canadian lineup in three weeks, so perhaps it will be listed then.

I hope it at least appears in Venice.

UltraViolet said...

There are other movies that weren't mentioned, but the website, of course, is down. So no idea what else will play besides the announced films.

Anonymous said...

Jesse's movie is a comedy.

UltraViolet said...

The sky is blue.

Hagen said...

Yet Jesse Eisenberg's The Double is playing. I think it was rumored to be based on the same book.

Eisenberg's movie is based on a book by Dostoevsky.

UltraViolet said...

Yeah, I just looked that up.

Still irritating that JE has two films playing. Mia Wasikowska has three, I think. And Benedict Cumberbatch has two very prominent movies playing. The trailer for The Fifth Estate looked very good. I'm already tired of the August Osage County trailer.

ph0enicks said...

UV - You nailed it. "Irritating" is right about The Double if it's based on the same book. Doesn't help that I'm really not a JE fan.

Hagen said...

"Prisoners" has a running time of 146 minutes. That's pretty long, isn't it? Actually I hoped for a "Gala Presentation" ("Movie stars. Red-carpet premieres. Major audience interest."), but a "Special Presentation" ("High-profile premieres and the world’s leading filmmakers.") is all right, too.

I wonder what's the matter with "Enemy" though.

Mari said...

For Toronto, other categories have not yet been announced. Maybe Enemy is not yet ready, or maybe it will be announced in another category. Denis Villeneuve is a Canadian Filmmaker and there is a special category for them as well.
This movie plot of Jesse Eisenberg sounds like it has been done many times before and is a cliche'.

Mari said...

Sorry, UV you have said this earlier about the Canadian filmmaker category. I didn't realize.

Hagen said...

"Prisoners" will have its world premiere at TIFF, so it won't be shown in Venice (but that was unlikely anyway).

Hagen said...

Still irritating that JE has two films playing.

Plus Eisenberg's "Night Moves" will take part in the Venice Film Festival (unlike "The Double").

Anonymous said...

If they intend to release it this year, "An Enemy" will be at TIFF for sure. Today's announcement was the first wave of titles. Just 75 out of 250+ films to be screened in Toronto.

No list of movies in competition yet or the special category for Canadian films. "An Enemy" is a Canadian movie. Already announced "Prisoners" by canadian Villeneuve is a US production, just like "Devil's Knot" by canadian Egoyan.
Keeping my fingers crossed for "An Enemy" to open in Venice. 2 more days.

Hagen said...

If they intend to release it this year, "An Enemy" will be at TIFF for sure.

There are quite a lot of categories at TIFF indeed. But many of them are largely ignored by the public. A participation in the "Wavelengths" or "Vanguard" section might fit the movie, but wouldn't help much to market it.

bobbyanna said...

Hagen, you're right, up to a point. TIFF is a big bazaar, like Cannes and Sundance, and this is where distribution and film financing deals are made.

The media will be in one place,so interviews will be set up, and press events are going on all the time.

If Enemy gets scheduled into TIFF, it'll have it's moment, no matter which category it's presented in, if the PR is handled correctly and effectively.

You're right, there's definitely prestige in the Special Presentations and the Galas.


I'm putting some faith in WME and the company they've hired for handling distribution. I'm hoping they'll find the right slot and the right way to present Enemy.

I never expected it to be Gala listed, but I'm disappointed it didn't get a Special Presentation slot. All that could change in the next weeks.

They'll be adding films at the last minute to the top two categories, even as they announce selections for the other categories.

If a film generates buzz, and gets attention from the festival, at some point it won't matter in which category it arrived. Films upend expectations at these events all the time.

UltraViolet said...

Jake and Alyssa at the Edward Sharpe and the Magnificent Zeroes concert tonight.

UltraViolet said...

Oops, I guess that should be Magnetic Zeros.

UltraViolet said...

From the NY Post:

Jake Gyllenhaal was spotted having a cozy Sunday brunch with his latest gal pal, Alyssa Miller, at Sant Ambroeus in the West Village. “They were sitting close to each other, on the same side of a table, and reading the paper together,” a spy said. Perhaps Gyllenhaal was too enamored: He was seen later returning to the restaurant because he’d forgotten his wallet. Page Six asked Miller on Monday night about her “new boyfriend,” and she replied, “I’m very, very happy.”

Anonymous said...

It seems that Emeny will be at San Sebastian FF in Spain

Monica said...

It seems that Emeny will be at San Sebastian FF in Spain

Finally! I would have loved to see in Venice, but this is not bad.

bobbyanna said...

Awww. Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros were on the Railroad Revival Tour with Mumford & Sons...and Jake. : )

Good news about the San Sebastian FF. I'd forgotten the movie was a joint production with Spain.


LOL! about Jake forgetting his wallet.

Hagen said...

Of course, I would have preferred the Venice Film Festival. Nevertheless I'm glad that the movie will finally be screened. Jake will compete for the "Silver Shell for Best Actor", if I'm not mistaken. Unfortunately it's highly unlikely that "Enemy" will find a German distributor.

Enemy said...

Does this mean it can't be in Venice?

Monica said...

Does this mean it can't be in Venice?

No to venice. I think it can still go to Toronto.

bobbyanna said...

Monica, I'm curious, why no to Venice? San Sebastian happens in mid-September, (22nd-28th)after Venice? I thought the rules were Venice first?

Monica said...

Oh, sorry. Looking at the date, it will not be in Toronto.

Monica said...

Monica, I'm curious, why no to Venice? San Sebastian happens in mid-September, (22nd-28th)after Venice? I thought the rules were Venice first?

Because the film is in the competition.

bobbyanna said...

So, Venice is still a possibility?

I would love for it to go to Venice.

Anonymous said...

San Sebastian is not a shitty festival either.It's the 4th in Europe in terms of popularity and what's most important, the one with the biggest growth.Check the last years, really interesting films have open there!

bobbyanna said...

OK. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Who ever suggested San Sebastian was "shitty"?

Enemy said...

So can still go to Venice?

Hagen said...

General rules of participation: Films produced or co-produced in countries other than Spain must not have participated in any other festival taking place prior to the dates of the San Sebastian International Film Festival. This excludes festivals accredited by the FIAPF in the category: “non-competitive festivals” and national competitions at festivals in their countries of production.

Films produced or co-produced in countries other than Spain must not have participated in film events in their country of production if these are accredited by the FIAPF as falling into the category: “competitive festivals”.

Exceptionally, the Management Committee reserves the right to admit productions which have previously participated in certain non-competitive film events.



FIAPF: Venice Film Festival is a competitive film festival, thus a participation in the Venice Film Festival is excluded. TIFF is a non-competitive film festival (not excluded).

bobbyanna said...

OK. I misunderstood. I thought it could be shown in a non-competitive category, even if the festival is competitive. Most festivals have both a competitive, and non competitive categories.

UltraViolet said...

Boo. I would much rather have seen it in Venice.

At this point, I think we have to wonder how good the film is or is perceived to be.

Hagen said...

San Sebastian is not a shitty festival either.It's the 4th in Europe in terms of popularity and what's most important, the one with the biggest growth. Check the last years, really interesting films have open there!

Nevertheless it doen't bode well for "Enemy" that it has been rejected by Cannes and Venice Film Festival. I think it was a mistake that Jake shot just one experimental movie in 2012 and not a single movie with a broader appeal.

UltraViolet said...

Hagen, I wish Jake had made more movies last year, too. But I'm not sure it was his choice.

Cute photo.

Hagen said...

The new official synopsis of "Enemy" by Pathé UK: ENEMY tells the story of a university lecturer named Adam (Academy Award nominee Jake Gyllenhaal) who is nearing the end of a relationship with his girlfriend Mary (Melanie Laurent). One night, while watching a film, Adam spots a minor actor who looks just like him. Consumed by the desire to meet his double, Adam tracks down Anthony, an actor living with his pregnant wife Helen (Sarah Gadon) and engages him in a tense, complex and ultimately lethal struggle. Directed by Denis Villeneuve (the Academy Award nominated director of Incendies), and based on the novel The Double by Nobel Prize winning author Jose Saramago, the film is a haunting and provocative psychosexual thriller about duality and identity, where in the end only one man will win. The film, which also stars Isabella Rossellini as Adam's mother, was produced by Niv Fichman and Miguel Angel Faura, and adapted for the screen by Javier Gullon.

A psychosexual thriller LOL


Hagen, I wish Jake had made more movies last year, too. But I'm not sure it was his choice.

I'm not sure either, but I think "The Way Way Back", "Now You See Me" or anything else would have been possible for Jake.

Mary said...

Good news about the San Sebastian festival for Enemy just wish it would get an US distributar I'm getting a little worried

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the festival info, Hagen!!

Who ever suggested San Sebastian was "shitty"?

Idk, maybe i reach that conclussion because i was expected "Thank God, i thought we would never watch that movie" reactions instead of "Bu...but i wanted Venice!!! Waaah CRYING FOR YEARS"

Nevertheless it doen't bode well for "Enemy" that it has been rejected by Cannes and Venice Film Festival. I think it was a mistake that Jake shot just one experimental movie in 2012 and not a single movie with a broader appeal.

Probably, yet i keep hoping to be wrong...anyway i got the feeling that Jake performance would be better than the film itself. It seems like a great character/s (in theory at least) for a pretty confusing or uneven script . It's the opposite of Prisoners to me. This one seems my cup of tea, but Jake character looks not really interesting at all, in comparison with the Hugh, Paul or Viola ones

Monica said...

Pat Mullen ‏@cinemablogrpher 6m
Planning for #TIFF13? PRISONERS notes that it will screen Friday, Sept 6 at the VISA screening room at 9pm: http://facebook.com/PrisonersMovie/posts/161654257351428 …

UltraViolet said...

Have a name to go along with all that judgment, anon 10:32?

Anonymous said...

I'm mostly a lurker so I don't feel the need to create an username, i just come daily for info.If you are more comfortable, you can call me Cris. Basically because it's my name

UltraViolet said...

I'd be more comfortable if you were friendlier.

It amazes me that people come here to get information, don't participate in conversations and then feel comfortable popping up to judge the people who do post.

I understand if you are excited about a piece of news and other people aren't. It can be frustrating and disappointing.

But it's not cool to post only when you have something negative to say about the other posters here.

It would be nice if the movie also screens at Toronto. Then we won't have to wait sop long to see what it's like.

I hope it gets a good reception at the SSFF. I'll be curious to see what, if anything, film blogger types have to say about this news.

Anonymous said...

You think I'm judging. I think i was only answering an user who asked directly why i was under impression people thought San Sebastian was a shitty festival.

UltraViolet said...

This? Is judgey:

Idk, maybe i reach that conclussion because i was expected "Thank God, i thought we would never watch that movie" reactions instead of "Bu...but i wanted Venice!!! Waaah CRYING FOR YEARS"

And your initial post about it not being a "shitty" festival was pretty defensive.

All I'm saying is that it would be nice for a new poster to identify himself or herself instead of jumping in to be negative.

And post again in a friendly manner, rather than waiting for the next opportunity to pounce.

If you're a lurker, you know this happens all the time. People post once to complain or to correct a perceived slight, then they disappear.

Probably, you'll say, because I'm not nice to them. And perhaps so. But if you think it's frustrating to see people whining about An Enemy not going where they want, imagine my feeling about people whining about how other people post here.

Anonymous said...

You can arguably say that it was judgey, i disagree but it's ok. But my first post defensive? I dont accept that. I was just informing people about the reputation San Sebastian has and encouraging people to check the last winners of La Concha de Plata, but always in a friendly way.

And btw no offense but i dont care if you are nice to me. If you dont want anons to give their opinions just put answers only allowed to users registered.if not im entitled to say what i want as long as its not offensive

UltraViolet said...

Thanks for proving my point!

Office of Nancy Pelosi said...

Okay.....
Good news about Enemy at SSFF, Toronto would be even better. I share your concerns Mary about the film still not having US distribution

UltraViolet said...

I keep seeing Enemy referred to as a Spanish production, though the rules Hagen posted refer to films produced IN Spain not by Spain. Hmm.

Denis Villeneuve’s Enemy, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, will compete as part of the official selection of the 61st San Sebastian Film Festival (Sep 20-28).

At a press conference in Madrid today, festival director José Luis Rebordinos revealed the Spanish titles that will compete for the Golden Shell. Spanish films set to feature in other sections of the festival were also revealed.

Villeneuve’s Enemy stars Gyllenhaal as a man who seeks out his exact look-alike after spotting him in a film. The co-production between Canada (Rhombus Media) and Spain (Roxbury Pics) is Villeneuve’s follow-up to the Oscar-nominated Incendies.

Hagen said...

A journalist from Radio Canada met Denis Villeneuve travelling from Los Angeles to London. Denis Villeneuve on "Prisoners": « C'√©tait un film de commande qui est devenu mon film, car au final j'ai eu une totale libert√© », explique Denis Villeneuve, pas peu fier du r√©sultat.

"It was a commissioned film which has become my film, because in the end I had complete freedom," explains Denis Villeneuve, who's proud of the result.

Hagen said...

I keep seeing Enemy referred to as a Spanish production, though the rules Hagen posted refer to films produced IN Spain not by Spain. Hmm.

The rules distinguish between films totally produced in Spain (world premiere required) and films produced or co-produced in countries other than Spain. "Enemy" falls into the second category as Spanish-Canadian co-production shot in Toronto. SSFF doesn't require a world premiere of those movies, but they can't take part in competitve film festivals like Venice before.

Anonymous said...

I've never heard of the San Sebastian film festival. I think.any exposure for a.film.is a good thing. Sure I wish it was at Tiff. Will prisoners be at any FF?

Lily

Monica said...

Warner Bros Pictures @ wbpictures 49m
RT @ YahooMovies : Exclusive # PrisonersMovie cartaz revelam w / @ RealHughJackman e Jake Gyllenhaal : http://yhoo.it/15JbQjp

UltraViolet said...

I saw that poster, too. Lame-o!

Thanks, Hagen. Still trying for an angle to get Jake to Venice. I would love to see him there again.

Anonymous said...

Monica said...
Oh, sorry. Looking at the date, it will not be in Toronto.



What do you mean? Toronto is September 5-15, San Sebastian is September 20-28. It could very well go to both Toronto and San Sebastian. Even Venice but the rules are fuzzy for me.

UltraViolet said...

If there is a better French speaker among us who has time, go to the link Hagen posted. There is an audio interview with Denis Villeneuve, and they do mention Enemy and working with Jake. It's very brief.

Click the sound symbol next to: Chronique culturelle de Tanya Lapointe : Des nouvelles de Denis Villleneuve

Merci to anyone who can translate.

Anonymous said...

Variety about "Enemy" at San Sebastian and Villeneuve's "singular distinction of having two movies in major near back-to-back festivals": “Enemy” stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a man who discovers his double, (Gyllenhaal again), lives close by. With “Prisoners” world preeming at Toronto, “Enemy’s” San Sebastian berth gives Villeneuve the singular distinction of having two movies in major near back-to-back festivals."

Not so singular, as Jake has the same distinction. Too bad they dont't mention it.

Good news about "Enemy". San Sebastian is a major european festival according to Variety, if not as famous or glam as Cannes and Venice. Speaking of Venice, still holding hope: "Enemy" being listed as a Spanish film in the Spanish lineup, kind of a stretch. A loophole for Venice? We'll know tomorrow.

Anonymous said...

Gonna give it a try. There were snipets from a taped interview interspersed with the radio hosts comments. Villeneuve was at LAX en route to London for Prisoners soundtrack. Which means it's not completed yet.

"A commissioned film which has become my film, because in the end I had complete freedom" - the statement is about Prisoners, not Enemy. It was Villeneuve's answer to the first question. He fell in love with Prisoners script a few years ago. During the shooting, the movie became more and more "his".

Second question was abouut Jake and their previous film, Enemy, who according to the interviewer "is completed or it's going to be completed this week (?) and will be released later". Villeneuve's answer sounded more detailed and enthusiastic: "I REALLY wanted to work with Jake again and he really wanted to work with me". A sense of familiarity, warmth. He said they found a "complicity" while shooting Enemy. When Denis started casting Prisoners, he asked Jake to consider playing the detective because Jake is "extremely creative" and Denis felt he needed him to make the cop character "meatier". He feared the character could lack "meat/depth" and he needed Jake to add that. Something about Jake's improv style and how delighted he's that Jake accepted to play the part.

The male host points out that Prisoners was shot after Enemy and it already has a world premiere date, while Enemy was shot last year and - the interviewer interrupts, claiming she "feels there is more to find out about Enemy". Lo and behold, today we heard about San Sebastian. Sounds like Denis told her more about Enemy but the current radio piece was about Prisoners promotion.

UltraViolet said...

Now THAT's how you make an anonymous comment! Thank you so much for doing that!

That was the feeling I got from listening to the answer about Jake, but I was not at all sure enough in my French to go into detail.

I love that he was so eager to work with Jake again and spoke so glowingly about him. From what we've seen, it looks like Jake has made the detective a compelling character.

I really, really appreciate your listening, translating and posting that. Merci!

Anonymous said...

You're more than welcome - your blog is the no. 1 source of info about Jake. It took a few listenings because Canadian French sounds different than literary French. I still don't understand a couple of words.
Yes, there was a change of tone when he started talking about Jake, from "studio speak" to genuine warmth I guess. I can hardly wait for Enemy promotion. Maybe they'll do some joint interviews.
The interviewer's claim that "she feels" news about Enemy will come soon - she knows more, maybe about Toronto, but can't talk about it. Asked about future plans, Villeneuve himself said he can't talk about it now. There's a time and a strategy for everything in HW.

Lara said...

Jake Gyllenhaal Gets Two Thumbs Up From The Other Man In Alyssa Miller’s Life... Her Dad

I don´t think that jake will like to see Alyssa´s father talk about them to a gossip site News. Alyssa already answer a journalist question about them.

Anonymous said...

Kyle Casebolt ‏@Kasebolt 1h

NYC Celeb sighting #4: Tis true, @LovelyJuJuBean and I witnessed Sir Jake Gyllenhaal walking around SoHo. #NYC
from Manhattan, NY

Hagen said...

Broadway World.com: Jóhann Jóhannsson Breaks New Ground With Score for PRISONERS

For "Prisoners," a gripping dramatic thriller about how far a father will go to protect his family, Jóhannsson took a unique approach to the score by blending an orchestra with a large string and woodwind section with two little known instruments, the Cristal Baschet and the Ondes Martenot. By blending those unfamiliar sounds with string instruments, Jóhannsson created music with a delicate, glassy surface, heightening the tension of the film.

"I wanted the music to be a poetic voice that worked in counterpoint to the action of the film," Jóhannsson says. "Even though the movie is a thriller, the music is lyrical and beautiful, in stark contrast to the intensity of the film depicts."

Getaway said...

Jake Gyllenhaal's girlfriend is really pretty and so nice
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UltraViolet said...

After tweeting about a Judi Dench movie playing Venice, Pathe remembered Enemy, and tweeted about its film festival debut.

I wonder if they'll bother to put together a trailer at this point.

Lara, the interview with Alyssa's father is odd, but no harm done, I don't think. She's famous, too, so Jake has to deal with that.

Did no one else enjoy the anon's translation of the interview? I, for one, was happy to hear something new. Thanks again to the translator.

Hagen said...

After tweeting about a Judi Dench movie playing Venice, Pathe remembered Enemy, and tweeted about its film festival debut.

LOL, I thought the same. But Pathé is more attentive than Rhombus Media. The Canadian production company hasn't noticed yet that its movie will be shown in San Sebastian. ;-)

Hagen said...

Kristopher Tapley speculates, that "Prisoners" might take part in Telluride Film Festival: New poster for 'Prisoners' with Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal - Will the Toronto selection go to Telluride?

And he writes about "Prisoners": Warner Bros. really believes in this one. They don't see it as just another star-packed thriller.

Lara said...

dev ‏@devmara
Attention world: jake gyllenhaal just bought tahini ūüėć

Well what I saw from this Young lady she is from a place name: OAk Bluffs, and I believe is Martha's Vineyard. But I´m note sure.

Bobbyanna where are u? :-)

bobbyanna said...

LOL! Good catch, Lara!

I think you may be on to something. It's always good to research a sighting. Oak Bluffs is on Martha's Vineyard. Time will tell. ; )

If I'm not mistaken, tahini is a sesame paste that is used in hummus and other Middle Eastern dishes. So maybe Jake is shopping for ingredients for dinner. : )

UltraViolet said...

LOL, Hagen. At least they have an Enemy photo as their twitter pic.

Lara said...

Ruby Rollins ‏@rubinofff
So I'm standing in line in a tiny fish shop in menemsha and in walks JAKE GYLLENHAAL with his sexy ass model girlfriend

Lara said...

Hi bobbyanna, Do u think this place: Menemsha, can confirm that is Martha's Vineyard?

I like tahini, is very good. I like with bread. But here in my home butter still the king, but not for me, but the rest of the Family.Arghhhhhhhh

Gyllenbabble said...

Yup, Menemsha is in Martha's Vineyard. I love that name.

Lara said...

Jake

I know you can't tell from this but this is Jake Gyllenhaal!!!!!! #marthasvineyard #jakegyllenhaal

Anonymous said...

Not only Prisoners may go to Telluride, "Enemy" could also make the trip to the mountains. Telluride precedes Toronto and is a non-competitive festival so both are possible for "Enemy" - with Toronto not only possible but also probable.
The only "downside" is that Telluride's lineup is tightly kept under wraps until the first day of the festival, Aug. 29. We have to wait a month to find out.

The translator :-)

Stefanie said...

Yes Oak Bluffs is in Martha's Vineyard. I live in MA prov heading there Saturday w my kids and boyfriend. Ill keep a look out

Monica said...

Telluride is one of the most important festivals. I will be very happy to see Enemy or Prisoners or both at in this festival.

mermon said...

Thank you Anon-Translator for your translation. For me it was too fast to be able to understand it. Sounds great that Jake and Denise like and appreciate each other that much. It may feel good to see them together in promotion time. And I always feel so proud when someone praises Jake. :)

Anonymous said...

Bobby Howard ‏@Bhoward031 32m

Just almost hit jake gyllenhaal with my car...maybe texting while driving isnt all bad # vineyardproblems

Hagen said...

"Enemy" will get a theatrical release in Spain on November 29th, 2013, distributed by Alfa Pictures.

Originally Spanish distributor Alta Classics acquired the distribution rights, but the company went broke in April (Variety). So it's good news that another distributor, though a small one, picked up the movie, probably due to the San Sebasti√°n Film Festival.

Anonymous said...

Drew Stamp™ ‏@stamp_d 1h
Just passed my boy Jake Gyllenhaal on the Vineyard. Running in the rain Life of luxury

UltraViolet said...

Welcome back, Translator :)

And I always feel so proud when someone praises Jake.

I feel the same way, Mermon. And I hope we get to see Jake and Denis do some promotion together, as well.

Hagen, I hope all of this is leading to a trailer.

Do we know when the San Sebastian FF will announce their schedule? Curious how long we are going to have to wait for a report, if Enemy doesn't play Toronto or Telluride.

Anonymous said...

Twitter says

"At a farm market on MV and who do I run into? Jake Gyllenhaal (however you spell it) #smallworld"

Hagen said...

Do we know when the San Sebastian FF will announce their schedule?

Last year the schedule was announced on September, 7th. Very soon we'll get to know which non-Spanish productions enter the competition.

Path√©'s new description of "Enemy" ("A haunting and provocative psychosexual thriller") sounds, as if they had the "Vanguard" section at TIFF in mind ("Provocative, sexy… possibly dangerous. This is what's next."). But maybe that's just a coincidence.

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