Jake Gyllenhaal in "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time" Featurette - Destiny.
"I don't believe any more I can make a movie when I don't care ... about the other people in the process," says the actor, whose father is a director, his mother a writer and sister is the Oscar-nominated Maggie Gyllenhaal. "I don't think I'm any good when I don't interact."
Gyllenhaal's career has remained buoyant since he was nominated for an Oscar alongside Heath Ledger for Brokeback Mountain in 2005, although he's yet to become the next ubiquitous Hollywood star as many had expected.Ironically, Gyllenhaal turned down the lead role in the blockbuster Avatar but with a raft of diverse roles, including the big-budget Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, coming to screens this year, he is destined to reinforce his reputation as a marquee name.
"Working on a movie like Prince of Persia was awesome," he says. "It was really great fun to be like an action hero, jump around and run off walls and fight bad guys, have great quippy lines. Wearing half your clothes is always really fun."
Jake Gyllenhaal with Gemma Arterton in "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time".
Gyllenhaal worked furiously for seven months to hone his physique for the fantasy adventure movie, based on the video game series of the same name. The $US150 million ($164 million) film is scheduled for a May release.
Anne Hathaway - Alice In Wonderland Press Conference on 20th February 2010.
He has other significant films in the can, among them Love and Other Drugs with Anne Hathaway and the comedy Nailed alongside Jessica Biel.
Jessica Biel in "Valentine's Day" (2010).
Gyllenhaal is now shooting sci-fi thriller Source Code, capping a hectic 12 months during which time he also split from his partner, Reese Witherspoon.
"Whatever I dreamed and hoped for in my career and life is not how it's gone in a lot of ways and I love that." Source: www.smh.com.au
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Robert Pattinson and Emilie de Ravin filming "Remember Me".
One of the perks of being an actor is getting paid to get up close and personal with hot costars, and Robert Pattinson said he thoroughly enjoyed the love scenes with Emilie de Ravin in “Remember Me.”
In a recent interview, the “New Moon” stud told press, “Yeah, I enjoy it. I’m a man. It’s part of the job!”
Giving insight into the difference between men and women in those situations, Rob added, “It’s always scarier, much more scary, for the girls I think. Emilie was just completely comfortable in herself and it makes you feel so much better on the inside.”
Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson in "New Moon" (2009).
“It’s great if the other person is completely comfortable with it. I’m always much more worried about the girl in these situations". Source: www.gossipcenter.com
Rob Pattinson answers some questions about sex scenes in his new film "Remember Me" with iheartradio.
Robert Pattinson has learnt a lot about life in his 23 years.
The Twilight hunk tells us about his experiences of love, jealousy and growing-up.
He also delves into the pressures of fame and reveals how he chooses his films.