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Jake Gyllenhaal in Talks for Demolition

Jake Gyllenhaal in Talks for Demolition

Dallas Buyers Club director Jean-Marc Vallee's next project will follow a young investment banker who is rescued by a woman he meets during a chance encounter.

Brian Gallagher

Enemy: The Web of His Mind Featurette with Jake Gyllenhaal

Enemy: The Web of His Mind Featurette with Jake Gyllenhaal

Go behind-the-scenes of director Denis Villeneuve intense indie thriller, opening March 14th.

Brian Gallagher

Enemy Red Band Teaser Trailer

Enemy Red Band Teaser Trailer

Jake Gyllenhaal is a depressed college history professor who becomes obsessed with a look-alike he discovers acting in a movie.

B. Alan Orange

Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams Headline Ezekiel Moss

Jake Gyllenhaal and Amy Adams Headline Ezekiel Moss

Philip Seymour Hoffman makes his second directorial feature will this prohibition era drama about a mysterious stranger who can channel the dead.

B. Alan Orange

New Enemy Trailer and Poster with Jake Gyllenhaal

New Enemy Trailer and Poster with Jake Gyllenhaal

A history professor tries to track down his exact look-alike in this thriller from director Denis Villenueve.

Brian Gallagher

Jake Gyllenhaal to Replace Eminem in Boxing Drama Southpaw

The story centers on a boxer who fights his way to the top while his personal life erodes. Antoine Fuqua is directing from a script by Kurt Sutter.

Brian Gallagher

Enemy Trailer Starring Jake Gyllenhaal

A man seeks out his exact look-alike after spotting him in a movie in this Denis Villeneuve directed thriller.

B. Alan Orange

Prisoners TV Spot with Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal

Find out how far a man will go to protect his family, in theaters this fall.

B. Alan Orange

Prisoners Photos with Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal

Viola Davis and Terrence Howard are featured in director Denis Villeneuve's thriller about a father trying to rescue his kidnapped daughter.

Brian Gallagher

Jake Gyllenhaal Drops Into the Woods for Nightcrawler

Scheduling conflicts reportedly forced the actor to choose one or the other, and he opted for Dan Gilroy's directorial debut.

Brian Gallagher

Josh Brolin, Jake Gyllenhaal, John Hawkes and Jason Clarke to Scale Everest

Baltasar Kormakur is directing this thriller based on a failed 1996 expedition to climb the infamous mountain that claimed eight lives.

Brian Gallagher

Two Prisoners Character Posters Featuring Hugh Jackman

A man goes searching for his missing 6-year-old daughter in this riveting thriller co-starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Mario Bello.

B. Alan Orange

Emily Blunt and Christine Baranski in Talks for Into the Woods

Rob Marshall is directing this adaptation, which has Johnny Depp, Meryl Streep, Chris Pine, Jake Gyllenhaal starring.

Harout Harmanian

Chris Pine and Jake Gyllenhaal Go Into the Woods

Rob Marshall is directing this adaptation of the Broadway musical, which already has Johnny Depp and Meryl Streep set to star.

Harout Harmanian

Jake Gyllenhaal Joins Nightcrawler

Rene Russo co-stars in this drama about a young reporter who discovers the seedy world of freelance crime journalism.

Brian Gallagher

Prisoners Starring Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal Starts Production

Denis Villeneuve is directing this dramatic thriller about a father who takes the law into his own hands to rescue his kidnapped child.

Brian Gallagher

Jake Gyllenhaal Joins Hugh Jackman in Prisoners

Denis Villeneuve's thriller centers on a small-town carpenter whose daughter and her best friend get kidnapped.

Harout Harmanian

Jake Gyllenhaal Circles Prisoners

The End of Watch star is in talks to play a detective in director Denis Villeneueve's crime thriller.

Brian Gallagher

EXCLUSIVE: End of Watch TV Spot

Acclaimed director David Ayer brings his eye for Los Angeles street crime to this drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena.

B. Alan Orange

Jake Gyllenhaal Is a Gambler in Mississippi Grind

Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden's new film centers a gambling duo that take a trip through the south to win back money they lost.

Harout Harmanian