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Forest Whitaker Nearing Deal to Join Jake Gyllenhaal in Boxing Drama ‘Southpaw’ (Exclusive)

thewrap.com – Oscar winner Forest Whitaker is in negotiations to star opposite Jake Gyllenhaal in Antoine Fuqua's boxing drama “Southpaw,” multiple individuals familiar with the project have told TheWrap. A representative for The Weinstein Company did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Gyllenhaal is set to play Billy “The Great” Hope, a left-handed prizefighter who wins a title but suffers a tragedy soon after and must put his life back together to earn the respect of his young daughter. 2 weeks 3 days ago via jetli

'Everest' Release Date Pushed Back Seven Months

feedproxy.google.com – Universal's film starring Jason Clarke, Josh Brolin, John Hawkes and Jake Gyllenhaal will hit theaters on Sept. 18, 2015. 4 weeks 1 day ago via jackiechan

Antoine Fuqua to Direct ‘Southpaw’ Starring Jake Gyllenhaal

feedproxy.google.com – When we first reported on Southpaw back in 2010, it was a DreamWorks movie with Eminem attached to star. Since then, it’s suffered several setbacks and a lot has changed. But now it’s finally getting back on track, as a Weinstein Co. project starring Jake Gyllenhaal. A major piece of the puzzle fell into place this week as Antoine Fuqua closed his deal to direct. 6 weeks 1 day ago via jackiechan

Repetitious Red Poster for Jake Gyllenhaal & Denis Villeneuve's 'Enemy'

feedproxy.google.com – You can't escape your self. I'm surprised and kind of excited to report we have a rather impressive poster to start off the New Year right when it comes to poster art. A unique, very red poster for Prisoners director Denis Villeneuve's other film with Jake Gyllenhaal, titled Enemy, has debuted via IMPAwards. 14 weeks 2 days ago via donnieyen

Jake Gyllenhaal Punched a Mirror and Got Stitches Shooting Nightcrawler

feedproxy.google.com – Jake Gyllenhaal, who was in awards-campaign mode when he showed up for a lunch on Friday to promote his Oscar hopeful Prisoners, brought a souvenir from the shooting of his most recent film, Nightcrawler: a heavily bandaged left hand. Gyllenhaal says that in one scene, he punched a mirror so ... 20 weeks 5 days ago via theothersenhman

'Everest' Movie Rescued by Cross Creek Pictures

feedproxy.google.com – Universal and Working Title's film, starring Jason Clarke, Jake Gyllenhaal and Josh Brolin, has been scrambling since Emmett/Furla's October exit. A version of this story first appeared in the Nov. 22 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Cross Creek Pictures has swooped in to save the deadly mountain-climbing film Everest. 22 weeks 3 days ago via brucelee

Jake Gyllenhaal Auditioned To Play Frodo In 'Lord Of The Rings' And It Was The Worst

fb.indiewire.com – The road not taken is sometimes as fascinating as the one folks went down, and in the case of "The Lord of The Rings" movies, one could probably talk all day about the versions that never came to pass. As Peter Jackson's trilogy was gearing up back in the day, Elijah Wood was officially revealed as the first cast member, landing the crucial role of Frodo Baggins. 24 weeks 3 days ago via jackiechan


Posted October 4th, 2013 by Binh Ngo


'Mad Men' Actor Kevin Rahm Joins Jake Gyllenhaal Pic 'Nightcrawler'

variety.com – Best known for his role as Ted on “Mad Men,” Kevin Rahm is moving from the world of advertising to journalism in the indie thriller “Nightcrawler” starring Jake Gyllenhaal. Bill Paxton also stars, with Dan Gilroy directing. Story follows the story of a driven young man who discovers the nocturnal world of L.A. 28 weeks 1 day ago via theothersenhman

Review: Prisoners (Of Predators And Prey)

2:00 PM 9/20/2013 by Sara Vizcarrondo
Wolverine is a puppy compared to Keller Dover, the devout family man Hugh Jackman plays in new kidnapping drama Prisoners. On Thanksgiving, in an unnamed American suburb, his family has dinner with The Birches (Terrence Howard and Viola Davis). While adults savor wine and teenagers watch crap TV, the daughters (around 8) go outside to play and don’t come back.

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