Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Bits and pieces

There's a lot to chew on this week, as Jake Gyllenhaal does the talk show circuit to promote Prisoners. But before it's all just a distant memory, some cool/fun/goofy/glam shots of Jake from TIFF and from the movie premiere in Los Angeles.

I know he did double duty at TIFF, but how many arms does Jake have?

Jake on GMA:

Jake answering fan questions at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences:

Camp confessions:


Reposting for Translator said...

Translator said...
Jake's schedule is tight this week: he tapes The Daily Show on Tuesday; 2 morning shows on Wednesday; Katie Couric on Thursday morning — to be able to walk the Spanish red carpet Friday evening, he should take a flight Thursday night. Still, I find it hard to believe that Jake and Denis won't be there to promote "Enemy". Maybe it clashes with "Prisoners" promotional duties?

"Enemy" being scheduled for 9/20 in competition at San Sebastian, then "Prisoners" having a screening on 9/27 seemed a bit odd. I wondered: will Jake and Denis make 2 trips to Spain? Now I'm confused but still holding hope.

In my opinion Jake should promote "Prisoners" at least in UK. He has strong ties to UK and is highly respected there. Warner Bros should be aware of it.
Then again, "Nightcrawler" is in full pre-production stage.

New clips:

UltraViolet mentioned this funny bit: Jake and Kimmel's wife sipping champagne around 1:20 min mark

2 ComingSoon.net interviews with Jake and Hugh

Jake and mostly Hugh discuss bromance

Metro News Canada looks back at the memorable moments that defined TIFF 2013 Jake is highlighted twice: Double Features and Memorable Performances:

"Jake Gyllenhaal — If ever there was any doubt this Hollywood hunk could play with the best, his riveting turn as a tightly wound detective in “Prisoners” smashes that to pieces. If that wasn’t enough, he turns in an equally captivating performance in the experimental psychological puzzle “Enemy”."

Top picks from TIFF 2013:

Praise for Villeneuve, Hugh and Jake:
"And Jake Gyllenhaal turns in a risky but powerful performance as a relentless cop who doggedly pursues leads both false and true."

And a very interesting tweet by Matt Barone, Senior Staff Writer @ComplexPopCult:
"Prisoners" is a grade-A Hollywood thriller. Fincher-quality good. Also begins the reign of Jake Gyllenhaal. More on that later this week...

So say we all!

UltraViolet said...

Playlist's Top 5 of TIFF:

They chose Prisoners and Enemy:

Criminally overlooked in Toronto, perhaps due to some of the cell-phone-gate issues (one of the minor dramas went down during its first press screening), Denis Villeneuve’s first collaboration with Jake Gyllenhaal is the experimental and artier cousin to “Prisoners” (which was shot only a few months afterwards). A Kafka-esque mindbender about identity, self and the conflict of the male id and ego, Gyllenhaal—like Eisenberg in “The Double”—pulls double duty as the two leads. One is an anguished University lecturer on the verge of a breakup with his gorgeous girlfriend. He soon discovers he has a doppelganger (Gyllenhaal again), who is an up-and-coming actor with a wife and baby on the way. When the two men meet, their lives become dangerously intertwined and inexorably linked. Co-starring Sarah Gadon, Mélanie Laurent and Isabella Rossellini, Villeneuve crafts the first of his arresting one-two punches for 2013 that cement his status as a bold new auteur to keep eyes on. A enigmatic and haunting look at the unconconscious, in our review from TIFF we said, “Imagine the Paul Thomas Anderson of 'There Will Be Blood' making a Brian De Palma movie, or Claire Denis directing Christopher Nolan’s 'Memento.' Hello, sold?? A24 has picked up the film presumably for a Spring 2014 release: the season of all smart indie movies of late.

Office of Nancy Pelosi said...

Whew alot to catch up on and chew! Thanks so much UV , I love all the pics and the gif with Jake and Kimmel's wife is too cute and funny!

He has a busy week and im looking forward to his appearence on The actors studio the most.

Monica said...

funny gif!

CriticsChoice.com ‏@CriticsChoice 2h
"Prisoners" receives Critics' Choice Seal of Distinction from the Broadcast Film Critics Association #criticschoice

bobbyanna said...

Love these photos! He seems so happy and playful. Good times.

I can't wait for...TDAT!!!! LOL!
Inside the Actors Studio!

UltraViolet said...

Prisoners interview.

It's funny how Jake can't make the change to calling it just Enemy. I'm with you, Jake.

Great review for Jake and Hugh from Awards Watch:

I have to say that I’ve never been this hypnotized with the works of Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal. Jackman, who is fresh of his inaugural nomination for Tom Hooper’s “Les Miserables” has capitalized in a massive way. Approaching his character with the ferocity that made him a star in the “X-Men” franchises, he hammers his way into every scene, keeping the audience guessing about their own moral complexities. He tears into scenes in a way we’ve never seen him and layers his character with plenty of affection, empathy, grief, and rage. It’s his best dramatic endeavor he’s ever done.

When it comes to Jake Gyllenhaal, many, and probably for the right reasons, gravitate towards his work in Ang Lee’s “Brokeback Mountain” as his shining moment in film history. I believe he’s gone deeper in works like “Jarhead” and “Zodiac” but those were just the surface of what he can do as an actor. As Detective Loki, Gyllenhaal stands firm and tall in one of the year’s finest performances. Terrifically executed as a man disconnected from real emotion, he finds himself enamored by the mystery surrounding two missing girls. He also orchestrates character beats and ticks that’s reminiscent of Joaquin Phoenix’s towering work in “The Master” last year.

The guy isn't sure the movie will make it to a best Picture nod, due to its length.

Anonymous said...

The Daily Show @TheDailyShow
Tonight: Jon welcomes Jake Gyllenhaal from the new movie #Prisoners. 11/10c on @ComedyCentral. http://t.co/g8jlBZV9OT

FP said...


Josh ‏@josh_second 2m

Prisoners is going to be a contender in every award ceremony....except the kids choice awards....

Monica said...

Kormakur's film comes from UK production powerhouse Working Title Films, with Nicky Kentish Barnes among the producers. Filming begins early November with the shoot encompassing the UK, Italy and, of course, Nepal.

I didn't know it will be filmed in Italy too.

bobbyanna said...

Maybe Italian Alps? I hope they use all those great green screens in London! LOL!

Anonymous said...

I'm looking forward to more interviews and to this Fri when I'll be living on the edge of my seat


FP said...

♠IG: _ashennis♠ ‏@AshEnnis 6m

Just left the screening for "Prisoners!" Standing ovation for Hugh Jackman & Jake Gyllenhaal!! Awesome movie! Will have you on the edge!

Chica said...

I totally forgot that Jake was on Kimmel!
Countdown for Jake on the Daiy show tonight, they have have been showing the Prisoners trailer alot on the Comedy channel tonight:)

Film Critic said...

Is it alarming that only 26 reviews are in with a movie coming out this Friday in over 3000 theatres? While Rush is in limited (very limited release) has way more reviews that Prisoners?

And now it's rated down on Fandango from "must go" to "go".

Very nervous about the lack of reviews on RT.

Monica said...

Rush debuted last week in Europe and in South America. I think most critics saw it long before Prisoners, so maybe thats why are more comments on this film than Prisoners.

I saw the interview with John Stewart, disliked it mainly because he spent more time talking about Batman. Jake is there to talk about Prisoners, not on batman!

Hagen said...

Denis Villeneuve and Hugh Jackman will attend the premiere of "Prisoners" in Germany on September 26th. One day later Jackman will receive an award in San Sebastián, two days later an award at the Zurich Film Festival. Apparently Jackman will promote the movie in Europe, Jake probably not.

I didn't know it will be filmed in Italy too.

Variety mentioned it in an article: Kormakur predicted that on “Everest,” “We will work on ways to digitally enhance Everest, matching it with Dolomites and Everest, but I’ll do everything physically first. If there’s no other way, then I’ll go to CGI.”

Very nervous about the lack of reviews on RT.

I don't think the number of reviews is worrisome, but "Prisoners" seems to split the critics. Yesterday Metacritic added a rave review from Rex Reed ( "New York Observer": When it comes to thrillers, this one is as good as it gets. Not for the squeamish, but for anyone who loves movies, it’s too exhilarating to miss.) But there's a considerable backlash against the initial hype, too, for example "Village Voice's" headline on "Prisoners" (Prisoners Screams, "For the Love of God, Nominate Me For Something!") After the rave reviews at the Telluride Film Festival "Prisoners" gets special scrutiny.

I'm a bit skeptic if many people will bother to watch a very dark, 150 minutes long movie. "Zodiac" didn't do well at the box office, even though critics backed the movie with very favorable reviews.

Anonymous said...

I am not worried at all. I think the Wolverine will demolish Thor.

It is only natural that some contrarians will not like Prisoners.

bobbyanna said...

Caught Jake on GMA, this morning.
(Listening to Nanacy Grace @ 7:30 AM was a real sacrifice,Jake :( )

It was a good interview, although it was way too short. Hardly seemed worth the effort. Lara Spencer was clearly very impressed with Jake. Her eyes just sparkled. : )

They talked Prisoners, but the cutest part was Lara showing Jake a clip of the "promotional interview" he did for City Slickers. Jake was genuinely embarrassed. It was funny. He said even then he was "preparing for Brokeback Mountain" with his cowboy hat.

Monica said...

36 minutes ago
#JakeGyllenhaal and @MikeTyson #backstage! Tune in now for #MikeTyson! #kellyandmichael http://instagram.com/p/eZ0ko-OLTP/

UltraViolet said...

There's a pair you wouldn't expect to see together!

Lots of tweets about Jake on GMA and Kelly&Michael. I added the GMA clip to the post. Here's another cast interview.

Monica said...

Exclusive: Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal & The Cast of ‘Prisoners’

UltraViolet said...

I went to see Prisoners last night a free screening in Boston. The movie is very dark and very intense, definitely bordering on torture porn at certain points. Lots of twists, perhaps one too many. But the audience was totally into the movie, as was I. A very good reaction, some applause.

The performances are all good. Jake is outstanding. I think his performance will surprise us a lot less than it has some critics, who don't seem to be able to remember or acknowledge the other great work he's done.

But Loki is a brand new character and Jake gets to show different facets to a character that doesn't get a lot of story told on screen.

Great chemistry with Hugh Jackman. Some very funny and tense scenes with his fellow cops.

The movie is long and unsettling. I had to watch much of it through my hands. Definitely not for the faint of heart.

UltraViolet said...

How adorable is young Jake on that GMA clip and old Jake watching it.

Speaking of watching:

Front row at the WB screening room means sitting three feet in front of Jake Gyllenhaal and Hugh Jackman at the end.
9:37 AM - 18 Sep 13

I don't know how the Prisoners crew can keep watching the movie at screenings, if they are staying for it. It is brutal to watch.

bobbyanna said...

UV, so glad you saw it! I'm really looking forward to it.

Thanks, Monica, for the link to the preview from Katie Couric. I didn't realize it was taped earlier. I thought it would be live.

Hagen said...

The movie is very dark and very intense, definitely bordering on torture porn at certain points.

Oh, great. "End of Watch" was already violent enough for me. I hope "Nightcrawler" will be a bit less grim. Is "Enemy" particularly violent?

Monica said...

Eric Jones ‏@ejonesABC 8m
Prisoners was such a great movie!! Great to have the star Jake Gyllenhaal in studio this morning to… http://instagram.com/p/eaSzSpvSYK/

Yapert Celebrity ‏@yapertcelebrity 18m
Jake Gyllenhaal visits at SiriusXM Studios on September 18, 2013 in New York City. pic.twitter.com/z0cwwwUxKj

Yapert Celebrity ‏@yapertcelebrity 16m
Jake Gyllenhaal and Amber Tamblyn visit at SiriusXM Studios on September 18, 2013 in New York City. pic.twitter.com/M1DJke3U5p

FP said...

Ben Lyons ‏@iamBenLyons 13h

Just saw #Prisoners. Really scared to sleep alone tonight. What an intense film. Holy sh*t I do not feel safe right now....

UltraViolet said...

Another great review and some social commentary.

From twitter:

@Betheredcarpet heard jake gyllenhaal, hugh jackman will be at the apple store regent st monday? How do these events work, never been before

We have #exclusive clips with Jake Gyllenhaal on Inside The Actor's Studio! Don't miss the #Prisoners actor at 7 & 11:30!

If Jake goes to London, I hope he will also go to Spain. And Paris, where Hugh is apparently attending the premiere.

From the NY Times a slightly spoilery anatomy of a scene.

Posted a video of Jake from the Academy screening, answering fan questions.

Monica said...

WindyCityLIVE ‏@WindyCityLIVE 1h
TOMORROW we'll have the #JakeGyllenhaal sit down with our very own @MarkDeCarlo as he talks his new movie, #Prisoners.

UltraViolet said...

This is priceless - Jake's camp confessions with MTV's Josh Horowitz. Embedded in the post.

There's also another good video there.

FP said...

Maryn Fulton ‏@marynfulton2 4m

My mother just sat next to jake gyllenhaal on the plane #crazy

bobbyanna said...

Hmmm. On 9/16, Windy City Live, a local show on ABC in Chicago, aired an interview with Hugh Jackman. It looked like it was a taped segment from the press junket in Toronto during TIFF.

The show comes on @ 11 AM weekdays. I wonder if Jake's interview will be live or taped. I wish we had more confirmation that he was really on a flight, and where it was headed. Usually when he is traveling we get more than one person seeing him.

Anonymous said...


Dereck Garner ‏@Dereck_G 20m

"Great talkback last night w/ @RealHughJackman ,jake Gyllenhaal, @maria_bello, viola Davis after private screening of #prisoners. Go see it!"

bobbyanna said...

OK. Just saw this on Twitter. So, maybe he actually is in Chicago to promote Prisoners. Or not.

bæ ‏@phatgalriri 1h

alex ‏@xexlexalex 46m

bæ ‏@phatgalriri 45m
@xexlexalex pls, I need him to support me & my lifestyle

alex ‏@xexlexalex 35m
@phatgalriri find out where he's staying at and lets camp outside and yell "BAEEE!!!" the whole time we're waiting for him to come out

bæ ‏@phatgalriri 34m
@xexlexalex he's staying at that hotel across Giordanos on rush lol

bobbyanna said...

This is confusing. Or not. Saw a few tweets from people waiting in line to see Katie Couric's show with Jake & Hugh Jackman today.

It comes on @ 3 PM here in the Midwest, but earlier in NYC.

So maybe he's not at some hotel in Chicago, or appearing live on a local TV show there. : )

Anonymous said...

I'm going with Couric in New York.

Anonymous said...

Sorry to double post, but KC comes on at 3 PM in NYC, too.

Mary said...

I thought someone mentioned or I read it some where that they had already taped KC with Jake and Hugh this is really confusing or I am confused:)

bobbyanna said...

LOL! I think I may have posted about the taping, Mary, but I am un-confusing myself. : ) Too many posts about Jake being in NYC for Katie Couric.

From Twitter:

"Alli W. ‏@allidubbs 1m
I just hugged Jake Gyllenhaal at the @KatieShow"

Monica said...

Katie ‏@KatieShow 28m
Swooooon! A peek at @RealHughJackman & Jake Gyllenhaal on today's show! pic.twitter.com/u8Z0VOGHfy

UltraViolet said...

Did anyone watch the camp video? I can't believe no one commented on it. It's adorable!

No idea what all that Chicago stuff was about. Maybe Jake has another doppelgänger?

Speaking of which - Hagen, I forgot to answer yesterday:

Oh, great. "End of Watch" was already violent enough for me. I hope "Nightcrawler" will be a bit less grim. Is "Enemy" particularly violent?

It's not particularly violent but there are some dramatic moments. But not a lot of gore. Prisoners is dramatic and bloody. And disturbing. Enemy is unsettling, too.

Jake might need to do a comedy!

So Jake will be in London:

Meet the Filmmakers: Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal and Denis Villeneuve
Join Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal and director Denis Villeneuve as they discuss the gripping new thriller, Prisoners. When his six year old daughter and her friend go missing, Keller Dover (Jackman) takes matters into his own hands as Detective Loki (Gyllenhaal) pursues multiple leads and the search gets more desperate. Facing every parents nightmare, Dover goes to extreme lengths to protect his family. Come early as seating is limited. Register before arrival.

UltraViolet said...

And here's a first look at Jake talking about Hugh Jackman on ITAS.

bobbyanna said...

UV, I thought Jake & Josh Horowitz were hilarious talking about Camp Walt Whitman. They always have a lot of fun together. I noticed Jake refused to say how old he was when he shared his first kiss, but he did remember her name.

Hagen said...

Did anyone watch the camp video? I can't believe no one commented on it. It's adorable!

Jake's promotion campaign for "Prisoners" is much more entertaining than his interviews for "End of Watch" last year. There's no "I went on ride-alongs for two or three times a week for five months from 4 in the afternoon until 4 in the morning." :-)

It's not particularly violent but there are some dramatic moments. But not a lot of gore. Prisoners is dramatic and bloody. And disturbing. Enemy is unsettling, too. Jake might need to do a comedy!

Thanks, UV! I'm glad to hear that "Enemy" isn't particularly gory. A comedy for a change wouldn't be bad, I think. Though I don't complain about his current choice of movies.

Speaking of "Enemy", the Spanish distributor claims that Denis Villeneuve and Sarah Gadon will attend the San Sebastián Film Festival. Jake is probably too busy. Nevertheless it's nice that he still makes it to London.

bobbyanna said...

Bit of good news. Prisoners stands a very good chance to top the box office this weekend. "Rush," the racing movie by Ron Howard, will only open in five theatres in LA & NYC. It will go wider on the 27th.
Prisoners is trending well right now, especially with "older females."... According to the LA Times. : )

Hagen said...

"Prisoners" is certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes: Haunting, suspenseful, and masterfully acted, Prisoners has an emotional complexity and a sense of dread that makes for absorbing (and disturbing) viewing.

Anonymous said...

Jake Gyllenhaal & Hugh Jackman: 'Prisoners' Luncheon in NYC!


bobbyanna said...

OOMG less than 2 1/2 hrs until ITAS!!!!!!!!

Thanks for posting pics of the luncheon. I see Michael Shannon was there, too. Hope we can find more photos from lunch.

Anonymous said...

Jake Gyllenhaal Jokes He's "Incredibly Popular" and "I Impress Myself"


UltraViolet said...

Busy busy but I wanted to highlight these reviews of Jake in the movie. From the Boston Globe:

Gyllenhaal has the thankless task of being the movie’s pillar of sanity, and one of the benefits of the long running time is that we increasingly rely on Loki as he follows leads, digs up bodies, interrogates a troubled priest (Len Cariou), and chases ghostly figures through the backyards of an economically flattened middle America. We learn a little bit about Loki’s past demons, but mostly we come to trust his calm intelligence and practiced eye. As in “Zodiac” and other recent films, Gyllenhaal conveys the stressed, watchful decency of a thinking man; maybe it’s time to acknowledge he’s turning into one of the best we have.

Yes, it is time! :)

NY Times/AO Scott:

But the most tormented character may be Detective Loki (Jake Gyllenhaal), whose connection to the kidnapping is professional rather than personal. Like Keller, Loki is a familiar figure in a movie like this, and the contrast between them — the hotheaded, impulsive avenger and the cool, careful sleuth — is something we’ve seen before. Mr. Jackman is solid and persuasive, but it is Mr. Gyllenhaal, with his downturned mouth and twitchy eyes, who anchors the film. We know nothing of Loki’s off-duty life, if he even has one, but he is the sensitive, skeptical filter through which we try to imagine the fate that could have befallen two happy children playing on a November afternoon.

The Atlantic:

Jake Gyllenhaal Captivates in Overly Ambitious 'Prisoners' (headline)

A potential suspect is quickly identified — Eliza and Ralph saw their sisters playing on a beaten-up old camper that was parked a few houses down and are pretty sure someone was inside — and the action then shifts to the young, tattooed Detective Loki, played with easy authority by Jake Gyllenhaal, in one his most appealing performances in years. Unlike so many recent detectives in TV and film, Loki isn't laden with a tragic back story, some sin or mistake from the past that he's now determined to atone for. In fact we don't learn much of anything about Loki beyond his dogged commitment to the case. Gyllenhaal expertly plays Loki's cool, street-smart professional demeanor with a hint of anger pulsing under his skin, so when he does finally erupt, the moment doesn't feel overblown or unearned.

Twitter said...

Was pressed against Jake Gyllenhaal in an elevator, stranger bought my coffee again, and its the weekend #sohappy #goingstreaking

Monica said...

31 seconds ago
My brother from another mother! #JakeG #NiceSUIT #Prisoners


Monica said...

Jake Gyllenhaal’s ‘Nightcrawler’ Gets California Incentive (EXCLUSIVE)


UltraViolet said...

That was a real treat. Too short with too many commercials. Never enough Jake.

He was funny and sweet and articulate and babble-ish. He was Jake. The Heath portion made me choke up.

It's lovely to read the comments on twitter and FB about the appearance.

I had no idea Jake Gyllenhal was so personable, authentic, witty & charming. Great Inside Actor's Studio! I think I fell in love a little

just finished #InsideTheActorsStudio with Jake Gyllenhaal. hard not to fall even more in love with this man. #wellspoken

Jake Gyllenhaal on Inside The Actors Studio talking about Heath is breaking my heart rn

Jake Gyllenhall is such a gift. #InsideTheActorsStudio

Falling in love with Jake Gyllenhaal by watching Inside the Actors Studio #amazing

That moment when you swallow your 2nd NyQuil and Jake Gyllenhaal's Inside the Actors Studio comes on #nooo #changedmymind #nosleep #obsessed

UltraViolet said...

I'm sure the internet will be flooded with apologies from the people who criticized Jake for saying the gay rumors were a compliment. Since now that we've seen the show, we know James Lipton is the one who used the word.

The criticism was absurd to begin with, even moreso knowing the context.

I liked this response to one critical post:

I was there at the taping of this particular episode – I’m a huge ITAS fan, and this was one of the better interviews I’ve watched. James Lipton himself said so. I don’t think he’s bisexual, but he came across as a pretty liberal minded person and I think he just wanted to send the message that there’s nothing wrong with being gay – which is why he’s ‘flattered’. The t*** and a** comment was funny, but he had loads of intelligent and honest answers about his films. He really went into detail about his acting process, working with various actors/directors, the industry. And he was gracious to everyone who asked a question, gave well thought and long detailed answers. And, as an acting student – his answers were actually thoughtful and useful.

bobbyanna said...

UV, I wish we'd had more of the discussion about working with various actors and directors and the process. That's one of the reasons I love watching ITAS. Jake was charming, and entertaining, and I loved seeing all those old photographs. But I wanted more of the other stuff. Oh, hell. I wanted more in general. : )

I totally agree with you about the commercials. It was ridiculous.
But I loved what I did see. Yes, it was painful watching Jake deal with the BBM/Heath Ledger stuff. He was so obviously struggling.

Tweety said...

I loved the interview but yeah too many commercials. Bobbyanna I'm wondering if some of the stuff edited for commercials included him discussing working with different directors, etc
That part seemed short imo.

It was painful listening to him talk about Heath, he is still processing hia death:(

Thanks so much for your review UV? I plan on seeing it this weekend!

bobbyanna said...

You're right, Tweety. I wish there was a "director's cut" of the episode so we could see all that stuff.

Mary said...

Loved loved Jake on ITAS very informative can some one help me out I couldn't hear every thing it was when they were discussing EOW JL said something about being the sixth then Jake gave him the high five what was it?

Also enjoyed KC today seems they all got along great.

Hope to catch Prisoners this weekend but my daughter is coming out so may not have time my son is getting married in 3 weeks and we have to pick up our dresses plus I want to take her out for her birthday which was last week if I can't see it this weekend I'll go on monday.

Anonymous said...

"something about being the sixth then Jake gave him the high five what was it?"

Number of times the word "F&^#@you was said in the movie. EOW has the 6th highest number of profanity words in a movie. Being that word is a favorite of Jake's, he was pleased.

Mary said...

Thanks anon

FP said...

I loved this description

In addition to the skin-crawling camera moves and the understated dread that bolsters the surface tensions of "Prisoners" there is a fascinating actor's duel going on. Mr. Jackman is all seething anger and righteous pain; his character clearly wants to be an avenging angel, as he kidnaps Alex and tries to torture the truth out of him.

Mr. Gyllenhaal's performance is different. He internalizes Loki's evident problems, which include an insubordinate contempt for his higher ups, a supreme confidence in his own investigative judgment and the kind of control over his passions that is very deliberate and fragile. Mr. Jackman may well get awards. Mr. Gyllenhaal gets our attention.


Anonymous said...

Anyone can view it?

Jake Gyllenhaal Talks Big Roles He Didn't Get On 'Inside The Actors Studio' (VIDEO)


Monica said...

poster Enemy

Monica said...

Jake Gyllenhaal jokes on "New Day:" "It makes four anchors now"CNN

bobbyanna said...

Thanks Monica. That CNN, New Day interview was fun. Three of them interviewing him. LOL!

Hagen said...

First trailer of "Enemy" (or rather a clip).

Thanks Monica, I like that poster. :-)

Hagen said...

The Hollywood Reporter: Toronto: Jake Gyllenhaal's 'Nightcrawlers' Sells Worldwide for Sierra/Affinity
Debut director Dan Gilroy's suspense thriller, which also features Rene Russo and Bill Paxton, goes to two dozen territories, including Germany, France and Japan.

Yay, "Nightcrawlers" will be released in Germany. :-)

Hagen said...

The Playlist: Watch: Teaser Trailer & Poster For 'Enemy' Starring Jake Gyllenhaal & Jake Gyllenhaal

Anonymous said...

I saw Prisoners today. It certainly was an edge of your seat thriller. Both Hugh and Jake did a wonderful job. I didn't see how it ended coming. I do agree that the pacing was slow. The weather added to.the mood of the movie.

Well worth the wild ride


UltraViolet said...

So glad you got to see the movie, Lily. I'll copy your review into the new post.

Thanks to Hagen for all the Enemy news. It's too much! Jake news has a tendency to come all at once, and this week is definitely like that.

I love the poster. Nice to see some movement on the Enemy front.

LikeMonaLisa, there's nothing at that link except a summary of Jake talking about not getting to be in The Mighty Ducks. That is in the show and can be seen here. I hope you can see it.

Tweety, some of that other stuff is in the Bravo extras, linked in the new post. So much we'll never get to see, but I'm glad they gave us these extras.

Mary, hope you get to see Prisoners this weekend!