"Nothing says ‘I Love You’ quite like the gift of music – and we’re guessing that’s what Jake Gyllenhaal had in mind when he forked out thousands on a one-of-a-kind guitar for Taylor Swift.
According to The Sun, the ‘Brokeback Mountain’ hunk dropped $11,000 on a rare Fender Gretsch instrument, signed by country music icon Chet Atkins, to make the country singer’s 21st birthday one to remember.
The hitmaker had reportedly spied it in a shop when the pair were out together in Nashville recently – and like the true gentleman he is, Jake snuck back and bought it for her!
A source told The Sun, "He spent the weekend in Nashville with her and she saw the guitar in a tiny store which a lot of A-list musicians use.
"Taylor drooled over it so Jake went back to the shop later and bought it for her.
"He was originally going to buy it just as a gift but it ended up being perfect for her birthday on Monday." Awww bless him! [UPDATE: The guitar story resulted in being false, according to Jake Gyllenhaal's reps and Gossip Cop, but I'm fan of vintage guitars, so I'd have liked this story to be true!]
Well, let’s hope his thoughtful pressie puts any suspicions to rest about his relationship with his ‘Love And Other Drugs’ co-star Anne Hathaway". Source: www.mtv.com.au
Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway talked to Take 40 about their sexy new movie 'Love And Other Drugs'!Jake told us all about his crush on Australia, while Anne desperately wants to stalk Oprah!
Anne Hathaway & Jake Gyllenhaal interview on Sunrise
"We're like naked, awkwardly with this person in bed, now we have to sell love and attraction and chemistry... how do you sell that?" Jake wondered about filming with Anne. Hathaway interjected, "You just do it. You just get on with it."
Jake Gyllenhaal having lunch at Angelini Osteria in Los Angeles, on 14th December 2010
Jake Gyllenhaal in Glamour (UK) magazine, scanned by scanned by Wetdarkandwild.com
"Making some noise a little under four months until its debut, the SXSW announced today that Duncan Jones' "Source Code" will open the 2011 edition of the film festival.
Michelle Monaghan and Jake Gyllenhaal "Source Code" in Entertainment Weekly, scanned by Wetdarkandwild.com
"Code" stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga and Jeffrey Wright. The second feature for Jones after his highly respected indie Sci-Fi drama "Moon", "Code" is centered on a soldier (Gyllenhaal) who wakes up in the body of an unknown man and soon discovers he's part of a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train. Summit Entertainment will release "Source Code" nationwide on April 1, 2011. Source: www.hitfix.com
Source Code [HD] trailer video, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Michelle Monaghan