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February 17, 2018   Jules   ‘Finest Kind’ Be first to comment

Alicia Vikander, Julianne Moore, Michael Fassbender and Viggo Mortensen star in new projects at a Berlin market boosted by a number of early looks at high-profile movies in the making. Even so, activity at this year’s European Film Market is unlikely to diverge much from the caution seen at recent major gatherings, such as Sundance.

STXinternational. is selling Jake Gyllenhaal crime thriller “Finest Kind,” financed by 30West, while FilmNation arrives with Amazon Studios romancer “The Aeronauts,” with Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones. Elisabeth Moss stars in Mister Smith’s “Letters From Rosemary Kennedy,” and Annapurna/MadRiver is introducing “The Translation of Wounds,” a chiller targeting the young adult market.


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February 17, 2018   Jules   'Letters Live', Stage Be first to comment

Anjelica Huston and Minnie Driver will also participate in the first stateside version of the open-to-the-public charity event on Feb. 26 at the Ace Hotel. Read More here

February 11, 2018   Jules   ‘Finest Kind’ Be first to comment

Jake Gyllenhaal, Ansel Elgort and Zendaya have joined the new crime thriller “Finest Kind,” written and directed by Brian Helgeland. The pic will be produced by Gary Foster and Russ Krasnoff under Krasnoff/Foster Entertainment, Imperative Entertainment’s Dan Friedkin and Bradley Thomas, and Gyllenhaal and Riva Marker under their Nine Stories banner. 30WEST is financing the film. Read More here

January 21, 2018   Jules   'Wildlife' Be first to comment

Paul Dano, in his directorial debut, stages an artfully deliberate small-town saga, with Carey Mulligan and Jake Gyllenhaal as haunted parents. Read More here

January 21, 2018   Jules   'Wildlife' Be first to comment

Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan star in Paul Dano’s directorial debut, a 1960-set family drama adapted from a Richard Ford novel. Read More here

January 14, 2018   Jules   Media / Interview Be first to comment

Jake Gyllenhaal did not land a Golden Globe nomination for his lead performance in “Stronger,” in which he played Jeff Bauman, the real-life young man who lost the lower half of his legs in the Boston Marathon bombing. But the actor is still in contention for an Oscar nomination. Rather than tracing the familiar arc of the hero’s journey, the film plumbs Mr. Bauman’s ambivalence about being noisily celebrated as a patriot after the atrocity. Read More here

January 14, 2018   Jules   Press/Article Be first to comment

Before Brokeback Mountain there was Moulin Rouge!, and Jake Gyllenhaal has the latter to thank for his friendship with Heath Ledger. The movie star is GQ Australia’s February 2018 cover star, in it discussing the origins of his close bond with the late actor and his role in Stronger—the emotional true story of a man who lost both his legs in the Boston Marathon bombing. Read More here

January 14, 2018   Jules   Media / Interview Be first to comment

How do films make you feel? The Independent gets personal about cinema and TV with actors, directors, cinematographers and other people from the continually evolving world of “content” in a new fortnightly podcast hosted by Culture Editor Christopher Hooton. Jake Gyllenhaal is an actor who gives a quiet but powerful performance, and has been experimenting with some different genres in recent years. Film reporter Jacob Stolworthy winds up talking to him about Nightcrawler and oddity Bubble Boy, how he chooses films, his sister Maggie’s move into television (and whether he’d do the same) and his latest film, Stronger. Read More here