Jake Gyllenhaal - Jimmy Kimmel Live interview

Jimmy Kimmel Live - The first part of Jimmy's interview with Jake Gyllenhaal talking about Source Code

Jimmy Kimmel Live - The second part of Jimmy's interview with Jake Gyllenhaal

Jimmy Kimmel Live - The third part of Jimmy's interview with Jake Gyllenhaal

Jimmy Kimmel Live - The fourth part of Jimmy's interview with Jake Gyllenhaal

'My mum went to try and find Banksy when she was in London,' said Gyllenhaal in the animated interview on US TV show, Jimmy Kimmel Live. 'That's like trying to find the Unabomber', said Kimmel.'She went to places she thought he might be in London… and I can imagine my mother, because she really is pretty badass, just throwing thugs against the wall and being like 'where’s Banksy, I know where you hide him?'' he joked.The Brokeback Mountain star also said that he still gets people assuming he is gay. 'It's because my manager and all these people walked in while my friend was doing up my tie once', he recalled. Gyllenhaal said the fires of suspicion were stoked further when the same friend shouted out 'Yeah Baby!' when he won his Bafta. 'Everyone in the crowd just looked at him and whispered 'did he just call him baby?' he joked". Source: www.monstersandcritics.com

Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson on the cover of Entertainment Weekly

While they always try to keep their personal life as private as possible, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart certainly showed their affection towards one another in newly released private photos. The "Twilight" co-star couple looked ever-so lovey-dovey as they both attended a mutual friend's wedding this past year. Source: www.celebrity-gossip.net

Reese Witherspoon and Robert Pattinson on the cover of Entertainment Weekly, April 2011

Mark Ruffalo's directorial debut "Sympathy for Delicious"

Mark Ruffalo and Jake Gyllenhaal as Inspector David Toschi and Robert Graysmith in "Zodiac" (2007) directed by David Fincher


Description: Recently paralyzed DJ "Delicious" Dean battles the mean streets of Los Angeles, struggling to survive in his wheelchair. Yearning to walk again, and fighting to spark the ashes that were once his career, Dean turns to the dubious world of faith healing and gets much more than he bargained for. Lured by easy money and the heat of fame, Dean sells out to an unstable rock band, stomping the dreams of so many who see him as their only hope. World-famous DJ "Delicious" must now tackle his own worst demon—himself—if he is ever to conquer his “handicap” and find true healing.

Jake Gyllenhaal backs out Doug Liman's "Moon"

Jake Gyllenhaal at 'Source Code' Press Conference in Beverly Hills, CA on 18th March 2011

"Jake Gyllenhaal wants to start directing films. The Oscar-nominated actor recently said that while he doesn't plan to quit acting any time soon, he does want to try and helm his own film projects in the future.

"Well, I do have a number of things that I'm developing," he said. "That's probably where the future lies for me - but I'm not going to give up the day job just yet. I'd like to see where it goes."
"You're always wondering how long this will last. It's a piece of being an actor. There's always someone more talented or younger than you. But I also like to write. In years to come, I think that will expand. I won't just be scrapping for the next job. Maybe I'll create something for myself". Source: www.411mania.com

"Director Doug Liman’s film MOON is finally moving forward with a slew of actors and actresses up for roles. Publicity still of Jake Gyllenhaal in "Love and Other Drugs" (2010)

Originally the male lead was to go to Jake Gyllenhaal but he has since backed out and now the three actors up for the male lead include: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN’s Andrew Garfield, INTO THE WILD’s Emile Hirsch and STAR TREK’s Chris Pine. For the female lead we have a bit more of a diverse group of women that include: Megan Fox, Rachel McAdams, Rosario Dawson, Eva Mendes, Zoe Saldana and Olivia Wilde. The story follows a group of renegade space employees lead by a woman (yay!) who are gathering some space equipment, along with an ex-NASA employee, to go to the Moon and steal an energy source. Sounds intriguing, no?" Source: www.flix66.com

Beautiful Boy Trailer (Michael Sheen and Maria Bello)

“Beautiful Boy” starring Michael Sheen (Unthinkable, Frost/Nixon) and Maria Bello (A History of Violence) who play parents in a normal neighborhood and live normal lives. Their world gets turned upside down when they find out their son who is in college, was involved in an on-campus shooting. It’s a very touchy subject with Columbine, Virginia Tech and more school shootings in recent memory.

Beautiful Boy centers on the parents who might on the heist of separation but when they heard their son killed him self on shooting other students at school things turn around for them. Directed by Shawn Ku starring Michael Sheen and Maria Bello

Jake Gyllenhaal charity auction for Short Hills' New Eyes For the Needy'

Jake Gyllenhaal at 'Source Code' Press Conference in Los Angeles on 18th March, 2011, Beverly Hills, CA

"Buy your tickets today and come see Jake Gyllenhaal. He’ll be on hand to kick off the silent charity auction for Short Hills' New Eyes For the Needy, See for Change event being held Thursday, March 31 6:00 - 10:30 p.m. at La Pomme, 37 W. 26th St., New York. New Eyes For The Needy recycles used eyeglasses and sends them to needy people all over the world . Bring a pair of your glasses to donate". (617) 817-4662. Source: millburn.patch.com

Jena Malone in "Sucker Punch", Jimmy Kimmel, Nylon photoshoot

Jena Malone and Abbie Cornish strikes a pose on their own covers for Nylon’s April 2011 issue.
Abbie Cornish and Jena Malone play sisters Sweet Pea and Rocket in Sucker Punch (2011)

“Abbie was a badass. I was scared of her”, Jena told the mag about her first impression of her Sucker Punch co-star. Source: www.nylonmag.com

Jimmy Kimmel Live - The first part of Jimmy's interview with Jena Malone

Jimmy Kimmel Live - The second part of Jimmy's interview with Jena Malone

New 'Blue Valentine' Clip with Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams

Funny clip from the new movie Blue Valentine, starring Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams.

R.I.P. Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor (27 February 1932, Hampstead, London, England, - 23 March 2011, Los Angeles, California)

"Elizabeth Taylor, the iconic actress, activist and Hollywood legend, has died at age 79, according to BBC News. She had been hospitalized several times in recent years for congestive heart failure and was admitted to a Los Angeles hospital in February for monitoring; congestive heart failure is listed as the official cause of death.
Her first screen appearance came when she was nine years old, and by age 12 she was a bona fide star thanks to National Velvet the saga of a girl and her beloved horse that became a massive hit. Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift, co-stars in "A Place in the Sun" (1951)James Dean with Elizabeth Taylor during the filming of "Giant" (1956)Paul Newman and Elizabeth Taylor in "Cat on a hot tin roof" (1958)

From there she went on to become one of the biggest stars the industry had ever known then or has since, a woman capable of leading both the era's most expensive and bloated movie, Cleopatra, and completely baring her soul in Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf, the film for which she won her second Oscar. She was nominated for that award four times in a row at the peak of her fame in the late 50s and early 60s, winning first for 1960's Butterfield 8. With her immense fame came scandal and rumor; Taylor was married eight times, twice to her frequent co-star Richard Burton, and even sparked rumors as recently as 2007 that she might be planning a ninth wedding.
Taylor's poor health in the last few years had kept her out of the spotlight, but when she turned 79 on February 27 her spokesperson released a statement announcing she'd be watching the Oscars ceremony from her hospital bed--the only imaginable thing to do for a Hollywood luminary of her status, whose passing certainly marks the end of an era; she didn't star in a movie after 1980, but for decades after that, even children could immediately recognize Elizabeth Taylor". Source: www.cinemablend.com

One of my favorite scenes (and there are oh so many) from the film adaptation of "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?"

For the longest time, I thought I'd hate this movie based on the title alone. On watching it, I was completely blown away. I never did understand why people always made such a fuss about Elizabeth Taylor, until I saw her in this film.

Source Code Infographic, Vera Farmiga SXSW interview

Spoilers ahead: The initial studio-released plot description of Source Code avoids spoiler-y talk of the fictional science within the film, simply noting that Jake Gyllenhaal’s character “cross[es] over into another man’s identity in the last 8 minutes of his life” in order to avert a terrorist attack. But in the weeks leading up to the film’s April 1 release, Summit has increasingly emphasized Source Code’s parallel reality science, and a new poster seems to reveal a few too many clues to what happens in the film.
As depicted in the poster, eight parallel train tracks curved into the same S-shaped path (S for Source Code!) head toward an explosive destination at the eight-minute mark. Ostensibly, the trade-off in hinting at these concepts is that audiences will realize Source Code isn’t just about time travel, a sci-fi conceit that’s been explored exhaustively in other films that have come before. (According to screenwriter Ben Ripley, Source Code’s science is much closer to what real life theoretical physicists suggest is possible.) And of course, how the characters within the film negotiate these parallel tracks and get to the end is what the filmmakers hope will draw audiences in — that, and the prospect of watching Jake Gyllenhaal charm/save his way through the same 8-minute loop for 90 minutes" Source: www.cinemablend.com

It's difficult enough for an actor to work off of another highly animated actor. It is another thing entirely to have to act the majority of a film off of a camera alone. That is where actress Vera Farmiga (The Departed, Up in the Air) found herself in Duncan Jones' Source Code. Vera Farmiga as Carol Goodwin in "Source Code" (2011)

She plays Goodwin - Jake Gyllenhaal's guide and connection to the "outside" as he attempts to uncover first-hand who bombed a train. I had the honor of sitting down with Farmiga at SXSW to discuss working with Duncan, her character, not wanting to look into the camera, and the straight-man approach she took working against Jeffrey Wright's crazy eccentricities. Source: www.firstshowing.net

Jake Gyllenhaal "You can pay for a little piece of me" Exra TV interview

"Extra's" Renee Bargh chatted with hunky "Source Code" star Jake Gyllenhaal about the intense action thriller that focuses on a soldier who wakes up in another man's body.

When asked if he's still "on the market," Gyllenhaal slyly answered, "By 'on the market' or 'off the market', do you mean I am a fresh vegetable or am I canned? Can you pay for me at the checkout? Is that what you mean? You can definitely pay for a little piece of me if you go see 'Source Code'. Source: extratv.warnerbros.com

Duncan Jones won't direct 'Blade Runner' prequel/sequel

Chat video with Duncan Jones - "Source Code" interview

"For Jones this was his first directorial outing for a major studio off a script he didn't write, but all you need is 10 minutes of 'Source Code' to convince you this guy is the real deal; a director we'll definitely want to keep an eye on in the years to come. Still of Jake Gyllenhaal as Colter Stevens in "Source Code" (2011)

'Source Code' stars Jake Gyllenhaal as a soldier who wakes up to find himself in the body of some random dude who's eight minutes away from blowing up -- along with the train he's riding on -- thanks to a terrorist's bomb that's planted somewhere onboard.
A new experimental military program called 'Source Code' is what allows this soldier to take over the body of someone else, and it's up to him to try to identify the bomber (in eight-minute chunks) before he bombs someplace else. Cinematical sat down for a few minutes at SXSW with Duncan Jones, and spoke to him about the film, what he enjoyed most about making it, and where we can expect to see him go from here (hint: it won't be to one of those 'Blade Runner' prequels or sequels)". Source: blog.moviefone.com

Harrison Ford and Sean Young as Rick Deckard and Rachael in "Blade Runner" (1982) directed by Ridley Scott

"They don’t have a script, haven’t cast a star, and are still thinking about who to hire as a director. They don’t even know if it will be a prequel or a sequel (or if it’ll have voice-over narration). But Alcon Entertainment, producers of The Blind Side and The Book of Eli, have purchased the rights to make a movie based on the characters and settings of Blade Runner, the 1982 sci fi classic about a replicant-killing cop who falls for a fembot". Source: insidemovies.ew.com