Jake Gyllenhaal will appear on Inside the Actors Studio this Thursday, September 19th. Gyllenhaal has…
Browsing: jake gyllenhaal
Starring Alongside Jake Gyllenhaal in the New Off-Broadway Play, ‘If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet,’ Annie Funke talks about the Show and Struggling with Her Weight
After accepting her body image issues, actress Annie Funke has landed in the arms of Jake Gyllenhaal (well, as his costar) in the Off-Broadway production of If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet.
Jake Gyllenhaal talks ‘End of Watch’, Preparation and Choosing His Roles: “I am interested in anything that has a heart to it”
Jake Gyllenhaal took his role as a police officer in End of Watch extremely seriously, getting hands-on training and experience for his part.
Gyllenhaal shot his own scenes with a handheld camera every day for the first person point-of-view for the film. “We went on ride-alongs for five months, two to three times a week with the LAPD and sheriff’s department and Inglewood PD,” the actor told Moviefone.
Michael Pena thinks Hollywood is finally starting to diversify. The Latino actor was cast alongside Jake Gyllenhaal in the cop drama End of Watch.
Jake Gyllenhaal on Why He’s Acting in a New Off-Broadway Play: “I want to come home at the end of the day and be wiped out and feel I’ve torn my heart out”
Jake Gyllenhaal is taking a step away from film projects to star in the stage production of Roundabout Theatre Company’s, If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet.
Jake Gyllenhaal, currently in previews for Roundabout Theatre Company’s, If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet, says that versatility is what fuels his acting.
Anna Kendrick admits to being an animation geek. So it’s easy to see why the actress was so excited to get the part in the upcoming film, ParaNorman.
In Theaters: September 28th
Roundabout Theatre Company Announces Fall Shows Featuring Jake Gyllenhaal in his American Stage Debut
Roundabout Theatre Company has announced two new productions for their fall schedule, If There Is I Haven’t Found It Yet and Bad Jews.
Director: Duncan Jones
Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga, Jeffrey Wright
Writer: Ben Ripley
SXSW Interview: Vera Farmiga “If you’re frustrated with not working, then create your own opportunity”
Vera Farmiga talks Source Code, if acting to a camera get’s any easier and how visuals help her create a character.
Jake Gyllenhaal talks about his Source Code injury, how acting against a green screen was freeing and give us his advice to actors!
Hey guys! I have to apologize that the site hasn’t been updated since Monday! I was in Austin, TX for SXSW (South by Southwest Film and Interactive Festival).