Jake Gyllenhaal in GQ magazine photoshoot, pictures
Session #30 courtesy of Iheartjakemedia.com
Jake Gyllenhaal with Rachel McAdams at 82nd Annual Academy Awards on 7th March, 2010.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Reese Witherspoon at Vanity Fair Oscar Party on 22nd February, 2009.
"Now that his ex, Reese Witherspoon, is seeing new boyfriend Jim Toth (who has already said he'd like to MARRY her), is Jake Gyllenhaal finding comfort in the arms of his ex, Kirsten Dunst? Both are in Montreal right now. Jake is working on the Duncan Jones project Source Code, while Kirsten is working with Jim Sturgess on Upside Down.
Screencaps of Kirsten Dunst in music video "Turning Japanese".
Observant tweeters have spotted the pair more than a few times shopping and having dinner together already". Source: www.sugarscape.com
"Dunst has developed a curious relationship with Japanese pop artist Takashi Murakami, with whom she collaborated last August on a short art film. Directed by McG, it follows Dunst in a blue wig and full majokko costume, cavorting on the streets of Tokyo while screaming the lyrics to the 1980 Vapors hit “Turning Japanese.” For Dunst, it was a rare moment of wackiness. For the artist, it was his first collaboration with a Hollywood icon. “I thought to myself, So this is a real actress,” says Murakami. “The minute McG yelled ‘Action!’ her entire face would change. She would completely transform herself, from the actress Kirsten to the Akihabara Majokko Princess. I was truly astonished.” In turn, Dunst was shocked that a megastar of the art world could be quite so gracious. “I was just so surprised by how kind and humble he was,” she recalls. “I usually think artists are complicated by ego. But he giggles like a little kid and gets so excited.”
Kirsten Dunst at "Opening Ceremony" Boutique Opening, The Ace Hotel, New York on 13th February 2010.
This winter, Dunst wrapped Bastard, a short film she produced, directed, and plans to submit to the Tribeca Film Festival. It stars her friends Lukas Haas, Juno Temple, and Joel David Moore, but Dunst remains tight-lipped about its subject matter, saying only that the film is “a two thousand-year-old religious tale told in a modern way.” It was filmed in the desert, and a baby was involved, but don’t expect The Passion of the Christ. Bastard is decidedly less literal. “I didn’t want to shoot the desert in a desert-y way, but more in a Woody Allen way,” the actress explains. “And we took a lot of inspiration from Paris, Texas.” Source: vmagazine.com