Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Ready, set, promo




Jake Gyllenhaal begins promotion for Prisoners, due out September 20. First up, a visit to the Late Show with David Letterman.








Video of Letterman interview:






Jake will travel to Toronto this weekend for the Toronto International Film Festival, then to Los Angeles next week for appearances on Jimmy Kimmel and the Queen Latifah show. Then it's off to Spain.

New stills:



Probably won't stay at this level, but let's enjoy:

65 comments:

Mary said...

Thanks UV taht was fast with the pics.Can't wait to see him om Letterman when is he on Jimmy Kimmeldidn't know about that one,Guess he tapes the QL show sept 12 I heard don't know yet what date it will air.

FP said...

@retrocomplex 7m

just saw Jake Gyllenhaal @ letterman & he is absolute perfection ­čśŹ

bobbyanna said...

Hi, mary. I think Jake is doing Kimmel, on the 12th, too.

Mary said...

Thanks Bobbyanna.I see he's wearing his favorite shoes too:)

Translator said...

This is the part where news start piling up fast and furious – not complaining one bit. Looking forward to this cause it feels like such a long time since we've seen Jake on talkshows, a year. He looks so good in suits. The shoes are Jake's oldtime friends by now, you don't abandon your friends :-)

Mary – here: it will tape September 12 at 4:30 PM in LA.

UltraViolet – I was puzzled by the fact that Jake is the second guest on Jimmy Kimmel. Until I saw that Hugh is a guest on Jay Leno the same day, 9/12.
I think it's arranged that when Hugh's taped segment on The Tonight Show ends, Jake's taped segment on Jimmy Kimmel starts. US fans just need to switch from NBC to ABC.

Translator said...

I mean WME made the arrangement so that Hugh's and Jake's interviews won't air at the same time on 2 different networks.

EileenF said...

Love all the Jake news lately!!

He was also at Seth Myers wedding this weekend on MV. :)

http://marthasvineyard.patch.com/groups/around-town/p/tv-funnyman-gets-hitched-on-marthas-vineyard-us-weekly-reports


"UPDATED: TV Funnyman Gets Married on Martha's Vineyard
Jimmy Fallon, Rose Byrne, Jake Gyllenhaal, Kristin Wiig and other show-business notables were among the wedding guests Sunday on the Vineyard, according to reports in Us Weekly, People Magazine and The Celebrity Cafe. Did you spot any of the stars?"

FP said...

Freddy Fonseca G. ‏@FonsecaFreddy 1m

Me gust├│ un video de @YouTube http://youtu.be/kKOvbI5KIN8?a David Letterman - Jake Gyllenhaal's Dart Accident

Chica said...

I didn't know he was going to be on Letterman tonight, thanks UV!

UltraViolet said...

Put the clip in the post. Now I'll watch it...

Can't complain at all about all the news, but it will be hard to keep up. So thanks, everyone, for all the help!

Interesting about the taping schedule, Translator. That makes sense.

Anonymous said...

ruben nepales ‏@nepalesruben 40m
Denis Villeneuve's 'Prisoners' is a gripping thriller, w/ a first-rate ensemble, led by Hugh Jackman & Jake Gyllenhaal, both excellent.

UltraViolet said...

Added some new photos and a clip of Jake arriving at the Letterman show.

Nightcrawler news:

USA Production News ‏@Usa_Production
'Nightcrawler', a thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo, is shooting in Los Angeles in October http://www.UsaProductionNews.com


I hope someone asks Jake about Nightcrawler and Everest during this tour.

Photographer tweet:

Demis Maryannakis ‏@demisDINOS 13m
Had a blast shooting Jake Gyllenhaal and Julie Chen today #JakeGyllenhaal #JulieChen

Monica said...

He looks great. And I can see that he really lost weight!
This excerpt was fun!


USA Production News ‏@Usa_Production 2h
'Nightcrawler', a thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Rene Russo, is shooting in Los Angeles in October http://www.UsaProductionNews.com

UltraViolet said...

Monica, we posted at the exact same time :)

Just updated with the clip of the whole interview, thanks to the amazing Stephanie/IHJ.

Stephanie is going to be busy over the next few weeks - let's give her a round of applause in advance!

UltraViolet said...

Jake quoted in a story about TIFF:

Every best picture winner since 2007 has played at the Toronto International Film Festival, from "No Country for Old Men" to last year’s winner, "Argo." While other late summer festivals like Telluride can claim to have been first with many Oscar winners, Toronto is the largest, most expansive launch pad of the fall movie-going season...

"It’s like the major leagues. That’s how it feels," says Gyllenhaal, who’s also premiering another film with "Prisoners" director Denis Villeneuve, the experimental Jose Saramago adaptation "Enemy." "It’s so big that it’s hard to have perspective."

Monica said...

Liz ‏@101bored 39m
@olv premiere:"Prisoners"(Hugh Jackman,Jake Gyllenhaal,et)Thurs Sept 12 6:30pm the Regency Village Theatre961 Broxton Ave,Westwood Village

Office of Nancy Pelosi said...

I caught the interview last night. He was funny and charming ad usual, the dart story was a hoot!

Showed a tense scene from the movie. The interview was brief but good. Looking forward to his other appearences.

Thanks UV for posting all these goodies so quick!

bobbyanna said...

Agree, OONP! (waves) The other actor in that clip looked familiar to me, and then I realized he was the mental patient in the Batman movie, who the Joker used, dressed as a cop. At least I think that was him. I know I've seen him before.

UV, these fan photos are great. Love Jake's expression when they hand him something to sign.

Listening to his dart story, I bet he was a little hellraiser when he was a kid. Never a dull moment. I have a younger brother like that. Many visits to the ER. : )

Anonymous said...

Total Film ‏@totalfilm 3h
Jake Gyllenhaal & Hugh Jackman stare off in our exclusive UK poster for #Prisoners (hi-res: http://bit.ly/1dOrEt6 ) pic.twitter.com/xVt6hyQah6

Mary said...

Great interview as always always has a story to tell.

Anonymous said...

He's wearing those 'lucky' boots/shoes again. I guess he wears them when he goes on interviews.

I haven't seen the interview yet. I'm about to.

Lily

Translator said...

Total Film gives us the official UK poster for "Prisoners". Looks like the Brits came up with a better poster than the original one.

While Letterman isn't the most riveting tv host, Jake was his usual sweet, playful self. After all these years in the business, he's still unassuming, unpretentious. One of the things I like the most about him is how he always talks about his family. They may not talk as much about him, but Jake – the most famous one – never fails to show his loyalty and love.

UltraViolet – That's what I think about Kimmel/Leno schedule but I may be wrong. In any case, September 12 is shaping up as the busiest day: Jake will tape 2 shows – Queen Latifah and Jimmy Kimmel; Hugh will tape one – Leno; then both will attend the Hollywood premiere at 6:30 PM!

Translator said...

Forgot to add: I'm waiting for news of Jake @ Jimmy Fallon, Jon Stewart, maybe Anderson or Conan. They all have a great banter with Jake.

Hagen said...

Looks like the Brits came up with a better poster than the original one.

It doesn't convince me either.


The Wrap: ‘Prisoners’ Director Denis Villeneuve, Alcon Sign 2-Year Overall Deal

That deal could affect Jake, too.

Translator said...

Hagen – If Jake and Denis intend to do more films together (I think they do) it certainly will, in a good way. Success has a snowball effect, so we can also expect good offers for Jake outside the Alcon-Villeneuve new venture. I'm thinking Warner Bros.

UltraViolet said...

Yeah, the posters are not great. Not sure why they couldn't come up with something better.

Interesting news for Denis Villeneuve. I'd love to see Jake get some kind of a production deal with a major player.

Translator, do we know Jake is going on second or was his name just listed after Dianna Agron's?

As for other appearances, most shows don't have their lineups out for next week yet. I'm going to guess Jake won't do Ellen, since he's doing Queen Latifah's show. (I assume they are rivals.)

I saw that Queen L is asking fans to bring their used glasses to donate to New Eyes, which is cool.

Translator said...

UltraViolet – Jake's name is listed second. Don't know what will happen when it airs but I can't imagine Warner/WME being ok with Jake and Hugh's promotional interviews overlapping. Doesn't seem like good business.

I guess Q. Latifah will be Ellen's competition. I also think Jake's interview will be longer than 10 minutes, with the producers looking to fill the seats with Gyllenhaalics and taking into consideration his favorite charity. It's the reason I'm wondering how will Jake be able to tape this longer show, Kimmel's show at 4:30 PM and be ready and dandy for the red carpet at 6:30 PM. Putting his superhuman powers at work? :-)

And more news: MTV's correspondent Josh Horowitz tweeted:
@joshuahorowitz 48m
First round of #TIFF interviews begins tmrw with Hugh Jackman & Jake Gyllenhaal! As always, if you have Qs, you can always send them over!

FP said...

TIZ▲! ‏@RiantizaTiza 10m

JAKE GYLLENHAAL Walking And Talking In NYC: Jake Gyllenhaal is one of my fave celeb men to watch so I am so e... http://tinyurl.com/l54q8wo

Anonymous said...

Peter Howell @peterhowellfilm
PRISONERS: Kidnap thriller uncoils w/ serpent's stealth & strikes just as suddenly. Jackman, Gyllenhaal aces; triumph 4 Villeneuve. #TIFF13

Anonymous said...

Peter Howell @peterhowellfilm
PRISONERS: Kidnap thriller uncoils w/ serpent's stealth & strikes just as suddenly. Jackman, Gyllenhaal aces; triumph 4 Villeneuve. #TIFF13

Monica said...

The other actor in that clip looked familiar to me, and then I realized he was the mental patient in the Batman movie, who the Joker used, dressed as a cop.

Yes, he was sounding familiar to me too, but I couldn't remember from where! thanks!

ErikDavis ‏@ErikDavis 52m
So #TIFF Day 0: PRISONERS is an intense, emotionally crippling roller-coaster ride. I definitely need a sedative of some kind right now

FP said...

Zechariah ‏@youngvaseline 7m
Hamilton, Ontario
I SEEN JAKE GYLLENHAAL AT THE AIRPORT!

he walked right by me too



Jake Hamilton ‏@JakesTakes 31m

Just saw PRISONERS, my first film of #TIFF13. Damn. I need to go for a walk

Joelle Garguilo ‏@JoelleGarguilo 27m

@JakesTakes it is so intense! It took me a night to shake it!

Tweety said...

The reviews are amazing! I'm a very happy Jake fan:) Looks like he is on his way to Toronto.

Liked the Letterman interview I just wish he talked about the film a bit more.

UltraViolet said...

Love this twitter review:

@katerbland
Critic for @MSNmovies, editor for @rejectnation, book geek for MSN's Page-turner. | Also amNY, Mental Floss, & Boxoffice Magazine.
NYC · filmschoolrejects.com
PRISONERS: Damn can that Gyllenhaal act, B+. #TIFF


Loved that Pete Howell one, as well. And the Jake Hamilton and the Erik Davis...

Are you sensing a theme?

FP said...

An impressive US debut for French-Canadian director Denis Villeneuve, dramatic thriller Prisoners is a potent mix of suspense, emotion and intrigue that draws intense performances from leads Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal.

Villeneuve lets the tension build slowly and organically, using most of his screen time to look at how the relationships change as the clock ticks on the search for the missing girls.

http://www.screendaily.com/reviews/the-latest/prisoners/5059994.article?referrer=RSS

FP said...

Sunny Freeman ‏@SunnyFreeman 1m

Either I just saw a scruffy Jake Gyllenhaal walking down King St. Or this city has already driven me #TIFF mad

Anonymous said...

Nadia Neophytou ‏@NadiaNeophytou 4m

On the eve of #TIFF13 - a screening that has left me gobsmacked. #Prisoners @ Shangri-La Toronto http://instagram.com/p/d3MyQdDIFK/

FP said...

Anne Thompson ‏@akstanwyck 2m

@Deanace3 Prisoners is a high-level execution of a surprisingly taut and unpredictable genre mystery with superb writing, acting, directing.


Maxime Demers ‏@maxdemers 2m

Prisoners de Denis Villeneuve : wow! #tiff

FP said...

Kevin McCarthy ‏@KevinMcCarthyTV 4m

Wow... #Prisoners (Review coming 9/20) - now working on ?'s for Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Paul Dano, Melissa Leo and Maria Bello

Sam Woolf ‏@S_Woolf 6m

Yo Gyllenhaal, I hear Oscar calling! Dr. Oscar my optometrist that is. He says to get your MAD AGGRO blinking checked out #Prisoners #TIFF13

Sam Woolf ‏@S_Woolf 3m

For real, he's Zodiac-level great, as is everybody else, and #Prisoners in general. Villeneuve is the big MVP though #TIFF13


UV I'm sorry I should have put all the tweets in a single message

UltraViolet said...

These reactions are great.

One more appearance: Live with Kelly and Michael, on 9/18.

Love the word "gobsmacked." I'd been waiting for Anne Thompson's assessment. Glad she liked it.

UltraViolet said...

When they come this fast, it's hard to keep up with the tweets, FP :)

It's nice to put all in one post if you can but don't worry about it.

UltraViolet said...

The first negative reaction?

david ehrlich ‏@davidehrlich 1h
PRISONERS: not hilarious. Zodiac via Nancy Grace, overwrought morality play squeezes a miniseries into a film. absorbing & ridiculous.

Monica said...

UV, david ehrlich gave 3.5 / 5
not hilarious. Zodiac via Nancy Grace, overwrought morality play squeezes a miniseries into a film. absorbing & ridiculous in equal measure (and in that order). the problem with a film that is in part about resolution (and the impossibility thereof) is that when it tries to tie up all of its loose ends, well... it feels as though it wasn't paying attention. gotta love how villeneuve has a compulsion to insert a radiohead song, however faintly and out of place, into his stuff.

http://letterboxd.com/film/prisoners/

FP said...

Well, you can not please everyone!



Daniel Barna ‏@RealDanBarna 5m

Just saw #prisoners. It is one of the tensest, tightest thrillers I've seen in years. Guaranteed nod for best picture. Stunning. #TIFF13

UltraViolet said...

Thanks for the full story, Monica. So no total negatives yet :)

UltraViolet said...

The Macleans critic:

Brian D. Johnson ‏@briandjohnson 4h
Just saw #Prisoners. Amazing. Villeneuve joins big league of dark suspense. Like Fincher with a heart. Oscar nom lock for Jackman. #TIFF2013


And more:

1st film #tiff13 "oooommfgoooood" #prisoners. that's what everybody said after the film. jake gyllenhaall f amazing

Calum Marsh ‏@calummarsh 5h
PRISONERS (Villeneuve, TIFF): Could seriously watch this for nine hours just for the Deakins work alone.


A little more on one of the tweets above:

Kate Erbland ‏@katerbland 2h
PRISONERS: Damn can that Gyllenhaal act, B+. #TIFF

how is everyone else?

I think everyone else is fine. Jackman is a bit over the top and Howard, Davis, and Bello don't have much to do, relatively.


And LOL:

Heard that #Prisoners "makes Seven look like Blazing Saddles." Need any more incentive to see it?" WHOA

Monica said...

Jake Gyllenhaal ‏@JakeG_Online 2h
VIDEO: 'Prisoners' First Look (ET) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3yCDlOY0EsY …)

I sent you a message, UV.

UltraViolet said...

Thanks, Monica. Will take a look.

10/10 review. (This is the guy who made the Seven comparison.)

I didn't read - I skimmed, so it may be spoiler:

REVIEW: If all you know about Denis Villeneuve's PRISONERS is based on the trailers, you don't know much about it at all. Don't worry though, that's just the way it should be. Having just played to rave reviews at Telluride, and all but sure to do the same thing at TIFF, you'll be reading and hearing lots and lots about the film between now and it's general release on September 20th. And when the public gets to see it opening day, wow, just you wait. This will be THE water-cooler movie of the fall, and the one everyone's going to have an opinion about.

I was lucky in that I got to see it knowing very little about the film other than that which I got from the first preview, which, I must say was rather ingeniously done as it gives away virtually nothing that happens outside the first forty minutes of the lengthy two and a half hour running time. Rest assured, I'm not going to be the jerk that spoils the movie, so if this review comes off a little vague, it's only to avoid ruining any of the film's surprises, which kept me on the edge of my seat through the entire running time.

In fact, as soon as I walked out of PRISONERS, I emailed my editor here to tell him “PRISONERS makes SE7EN look like BLAZING SADDLES.” I don't mean that PRISONERS is as violent as Fincher's masterpiece, but it's similarly disturbing, perhaps even more so in that it's a film about adults hurting children, which is without a doubt the most heinous crime imaginable. In fact, PRISONERS isn't terribly gruesome, but on an emotional level it's nothing short of devastating. When it was over, I felt like going somewhere to cry for half an hour, as that's how drained I was by it's power. It exposes us to an evil that's terrifying simply due to the fact that it's so real.

UltraViolet said...

LOL at this picture of Jake. He looks like he has no teeth.

Quite a tan, though!

FP said...

MR. WILL WONG ‏@mrwillw 3m

#JakeGyllenhaal in #Toronto for #Prisoners and #Enemy. #Tiff13 http://instagram.com/p/d3dUeTPAGf/
LOL!

RAVE

If all you know about Denis Villeneuve's PRISONERS is based on the trailers, you don't know much about it at all. Don't worry though, that's just the way it should be. Having just played to rave reviews at Telluride, and all but sure to do the same thing at TIFF, you'll be reading and hearing lots and lots about the film between now and it's general release on September 20th. And when the public gets to see it opening day, wow, just you wait. This will be THE water-cooler movie of the fall, and the one everyone's going to have an opinion about

as soon as I walked out of PRISONERS, I emailed my editor here to tell him “PRISONERS makes SE7EN look like BLAZING SADDLES.” I don't mean that PRISONERS is as violent as Fincher's masterpiece, but it's similarly disturbing, perhaps even more so in that it's a film about adults hurting children, which is without a doubt the most heinous crime imaginable. In fact, PRISONERS isn't terribly gruesome, but on an emotional level it's nothing short of devastating. When it was over, I felt like going somewhere to cry for half an hour, as that's how drained I was by it's power. It exposes us to an evil that's terrifying simply due to the fact that it's so real
As the second lead, Jake Gyllenhaal makes an interesting contrast. A young cop with a chip on his shoulder, Gyllenhaal is everything Jackman's not in this, from the tattoos on his neck and fingers, to his often cool, but compassionate demeanour. Between this and END OF WATCH, Gyllenhaal's starting to excel at playing cops, and while he initially takes a back seat to Jackman (who's clearly relishing the role of his life), he ends up giving a performance that's just as gripping as Jackman's
I really can't praise PRISONERS highly enough, as to me it feels like some kind of masterpiece. It's without a doubt the best movie I've seen this year, and I'd be gobsmacked if anything else plays at TIFF (or heck, even comes out this year) that measures up to it. To me, the ultimate key to a movie's success is how much of an effect it had on me emotionally. This one left me a wreck, and will likely do the same to even the most jaded viewer.

10/10

http://www.joblo.com/movie-news/review-prisoners-tiff-2013

FP said...

Sorry UV, delete my last post :)

Twitter said...

@La__Richard: DOUX J├ëSUS bon matin! ­čśŹ RT @ETCanada: Photo: Jake Gyllenhaal arriving early this morning for #TIFF13 http://t.co/Uy4Y1L1JA8

UltraViolet said...

Lots of journalists tweeting about plans to interview Jake and the Prisoners crew today. Sadly, Jake has chosen to go dark on dark again.

This was also tweeted:

Jake Gyllenhaal looking to keep things casual at #Tiff13 even with the heavy films he's representing..

Monica said...

Danielle McGimsie ‏@MissDMcG 4m
Best start to #etalkTIFF13! Awesome interviews with Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Terrance Howard, Maria Bello. Watch @etalkCTV at 7!

Kevin McCarthy ‏@KevinMcCarthyTV 5m
I just had one of my favorite interviews ever with Jake Gyllenhaal - we geeked out one of the my favorite films ever made; #Zodiac!

FP said...

Film School Rejects ‏@rejectnation 4m

‘Prisoners’ Review: Jake Gyllenhaal and Roger Deakins Will Hold You Spellbound http://dlvr.it/3w7PVm

Performance-wise, Prisoners is entirely the Jake Gyllenhaal show. While Jackman’s Keller Dover is surely meant to be the most complex character to populate Prisoners (well, at least for most of the film), the one kitted out with motives and backstory and grief to spare, it’s Detective Loki who is the most compelling and watchable. Gyllenhaal’s timing and tone are unwavering, making Jackman’s more outsized and nearly-hammy flourishes seem all the more jarring. Supporting stars like Howard, Davis, and Bello are underutilized and given little to do, and all three are essentially unchanged throughout the film. Dano also comes out strong before being boxed in by what Villeneuve is trying to establish with his character, a far more forgivable misstep when it comes to what the film metes out to its very talented cast. - See more at: http://www.filmschoolrejects.com/film-festivals/prisoners-review.php?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=rejectnation#sthash.AsYo6diS.dpuf

UltraViolet said...

A longer review from one of last night's tweeters. Highlight:

Performance-wise, Prisoners is entirely the Jake Gyllenhaal show. While Jackman’s Keller Dover is surely meant to be the most complex character to populate Prisoners (well, at least for most of the film), the one kitted out with motives and backstory and grief to spare, it’s Detective Loki who is the most compelling and watchable. Gyllenhaal’s timing and tone are unwavering, making Jackman’s more outsized and nearly-hammy flourishes seem all the more jarring. Supporting stars like Howard, Davis, and Bello are underutilized and given little to do, and all three are essentially unchanged throughout the film. Dano also comes out strong before being boxed in by what Villeneuve is trying to establish with his character, a far more forgivable misstep when it comes to what the film metes out to its very talented cast.

She gave it a B+

From twitter:

Just ran beside Jake Gyllenhall and met Hugh Jackman on my way out of the gym! Couldn't get a pic because its against the gym policy! #Dammit

UltraViolet said...

LOL, FP. We are on the same wavelength!

FP said...

LOL, UV :) it looks so!

I'm over the moon for these reactions to the film and to Jake's performance! YAY

UltraViolet said...

Another rave:

I was trapped in a movie called Prisoners yesterday, and like a good book that you can’t put down, it was a place I didn’t want to leave. This intense thriller is one of two TIFF entries that mark Denis Villeneuve’s double-barrelled English language debut—both starring Jake Gyllenhaal. The other is Enemy. While Enemy is a small Canadian film set in the existential wastelands of Toronto and Mississauga, Prisoners is a studio picture set in America’s heartland. It arrives at TIFF on a wave of positive momentum from the Venice festival. And it catapults Quebec’s hottest director into the major league of Hollywood directors. It’s an exceptionally dark and harrowing story about the abduction of two young girls—a grisly suspense picture that verges on horror. Gyllenhaal gives the performance of his career as a laconic, tight-wound police detective trying to crack the case; the same can be said of Hugh Jackman, who is scarily explosive as a father who abducts a mentally handicapped man initially linked to his daughter’s disappearance (Paul Dano). We are deep in David Fincher territory. As a genre clinician, Villeneuve shows he’s in Fincher’s class, yet achieves a more profound level of intimacy and gravitas. As a diabolical genre piece, his film recalls Silence of the Lambs and Fincher’s Zodiac. But its stark, wintry compositions also remind us that this is the director who dramatized the Montreal massacre in Polytechnique (2009). Occasionally I got lost in the labyrinthine plot twists, but at almost two-and-a-half hours there’s not an ounce of fat on its gripping narrative. From the opening scene of hunting venison for Thanksgiving—an grim echo of The Deerhunter set to the Lord’s Prayer—it begins a procedural descent into an American darkness of unquestioning faith and almost biblical violence. And if there’s any justice in that America, Villeneuve, who was Oscar-nominated for Incendies, should see his film score in major categories. A nomination for Jackman at least seems inevitable.

Mary said...

Stephanie hsa posted some pics of Jake arriving at the air port last night.

UltraViolet said...

From twitter:

I would just like to confirm that Jake Gyllenhaal is just as gorgeous in person as he is on the silverscreen. #TIFF

Three of my favorites @RealHughJackman @MelissaLeo and #JakeGyllenhaal , great interviews and a powerful film #Prisoners

I'm LOVING the new view from my window at work, what a great distraction! #jakegyllenhaal pic.twitter.com/hDo8pCe7DF

I ❤ it when an actor sneaks in & hugs another during an interview. THAT just happened with Hugh Jackman & Jake Gyllenhaal #Prisoners #TIFF13

FP said...

Teri Hart ‏@TeriHart 56s

I ❤ it when an actor sneaks in & hugs another during an interview. THAT just happened with Hugh Jackman & Jake Gyllenhaal #Prisoners #TIFF13

Brad Bessey ‏@BradBessey 3m

.@marykitchen ur conversations with @RealHughJackman #JakeGyllenhaal & #TerrenceHoward re #Prisoners at #TIFF13 BLOW ME AWAY! @omgInsider

Hagen said...

Another rave:
While Enemy is a small Canadian film set in the existential wastelands of Toronto and Mississauga, Prisoners is a studio picture set in America’s heartland.


The side blow at "Enemy" isn't great though.


There are already ten positive reviews of "Prisoners" on Rotten Tomatoes.

Hagen said...

Sarah Gadon will attend the San Sebasti├ín Film Festival, too: Denis Villeneuve y los actores protagonistas Jake Gyllenhall y Sarah Gadon presentar├ín la pel├şcula en el Festival de San Sebasti├ín.

UltraViolet said...

Hagen, I'm hoping that shade was directed at the color/tone of the film and not the actual movie.

I am looking forward to seeing Jake and Sarah and Jake and Melanie interact.

New post, with video of Jake, Hugh and Denis.