"We recently had a chance to speak with Jake Gyllenhaal and we asked the popular actor if it was true that a sequel was already in the works? "No, not at all", replied the actor. "I think everybody's just hoping that the audience is going to like this movie and if they respond to it I think we would be more than happy to try our hand at another one. I think at this point we're all just hoping people will like this and go and see this one."
Jake Gyllenhaal attending Boston Celtics Vs Orlando Magic Game in Boston on 22nd May 2010
Finally, we asked Gyllenhaal to tell us a little bit about another project that he is working on called Source Code. The actor seemed very excited to talk about the new sci-fi thriller and gave us a sneak peak at the plot. "The story is really complicated to explain but essentially it deals with different time realities and the issue of one person getting stuck in different time continuums.Kevin Spacey as Roger 'Verbal' Kint in "The Usual Suspects" (1995)
Ultimately it's kind of like the way The Usual Suspects works, everything kind of comes together in this immaculately perfect way at the end that kind of blows your mind." Source: www.movieweb.com
Jake Gyllenhaal out for lunch with Maggie & Ramona at Ammo in LA on 25th March 2009
WW: "Tell me what it's like being an uncle. Do you spoil your niece, Ramona?
JG: I think it’s wonderful being an uncle. I mean, my niece is incredible and she's, like, constantly positive little truth teller. I love her. I adore her. I would do anything for her. So, you know, it's nice to be her uncle, and I try to see her as much as possible. And I go out of my way to do that. Since she‘s the next generation of little Gyllenhooligans. Even though she's a Sarsgaard. But she's half of us, so, you know". Source: wonderwall.msn.com
True Prince - Jake Gyllenhaal premiered Prince of Persia in LA, where he stopped for a photo with Tom Cruise. Jake showed off his sweet and shirtless side before showing up at a special PopSugar screening of his new film!
JAKE GYLLENHAAL’S FIVE FAVE HEROIC SCREEN ACTORS:
HARRISON FORD – “Indiana Jones was it for me when I was a kid and I’ve never changed my mind. I think that’s the best movie hero acting ever.”
ERROL FLYNN – “If you’re talking old school, he knew how to do it the best. And I always loved the fun he had with it.”
VAL KILMER – “In Willow, I thought he did the most amazing work. He acquired size and stature and made you respect him.”
WILL SMITH – “He’s the man, in everything he does. That’s what a hero should walk like, talk like, act like. He always delivers the goods.”
JEFF GOLDBLUM – “He usually plays a villain or freak, but in Independence Day, he was a hero and I guess because it was so unexpected, it made it all the more powerful.”
Sir Ben Kingsley in an ad still for an Oxfam short he's been shooting in support of the "Robin Hood tax" on banks.