Jake Gyllenhaal Joins Joaquin Phoenix in ‘The Sisters Brothers’
10 February, 2017 Author: Catagories: News & Headlines, The Sisters Brothers

Jake Gyllenhaal is joining Joaquin Phoenix and John C. Reilly in “The Sisters Brothers.”

Jacques Audiard is directing the indie feature, based on Patrick deWitt’s novel of the same name. Reilly, Michael De Luca, Rosa Attrab and Alison Dickey are producing. Reilly optioned the rights to the book and will produce through his shingle with De Luca, who recently came on board as producer. The story follows two brothers — Eli and Charlie Sisters — who are hired to kill a prospector who has stolen from their boss. The story takes place in Oregon in 1851.

Canadian-born author deWitt’s novel won the 2012 Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for humor writing.

“Sisters Brothers” is Audiard’s follow-up to his Palme d’Or winning “Dheepan”. Production is set to start sometime this summer. The noir Western will be his first film shot completely in English.

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Jake To Host Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony For New Broadway Theatre
31 January, 2017 Author: Catagories: News & Headlines, Sunday In The Park With George

Broadway’s refurbished Hudson Theatre will relight February 8 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony that will include Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford, stars of the Sunday in the Park With George revival. The ceremony will take place at 11 AM at the theatre, located at 139-141 West 44th Street.

The Hudson, which originally opened in 1903, became one of Broadway’s most sought-after smaller theatres, ideal for plays. The Hudson’s bookings declined in the late 1940s, and it was used off and on as a television studio until it played its final Broadway performance on April 20, 1968. Thereafter it was used as a cinema and a disco until, faced with possible demolition, it was landmarked by the City of New York in 1987. The playhouse was purchased by a hotel developer who incorporated it into a hotel, now known as the Millennium Broadway, and used as a conference center and occasional comedy club.

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Jake Gyllenhaal Receives BAFTA Nomination
10 January, 2017 Author: Catagories: News & Headlines, Nocturnal Animals

The nominees for the 2017 EE British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards were announced earlier this morning and Jake Gyllenhaal has received a nomination for his work in ‘Nocturnal Animals’.

Jake is nominated in the Leading Actor category, alongside fellow actors Andrew Garfield (Hacksaw Ridge), Casey Affleck (Manchester by the Sea), Ryan Gosling (La La Land) and Viggo Mortensen (Captain Fantastic).

‘Nocturnal Animals’ received a total of 9 nominations, including Director (Tom Ford), Best Supporting Actor (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), Cinematography and Adapted Screenplay.

For the full list of nominees, head on over to the BAFTA’s official website.

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Happy 36th Birthday, Jake Gyllenhaal!
19 December, 2016 Author: Catagories: News & Headlines

All of us here at IHeartJake.com want to wish you a Happy 36th Birthday! May you have continued success in your career and much happiness in the year to come. Have a great day!

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Jake Returns To Broadway In ‘Sunday In The Park With George’
13 December, 2016 Author: Catagories: News & Headlines, Sunday In The Park With George

Ambassador Theatre Group has announced that a revival of Sunday in the Park With George, starring Academy Award nominee Jake Gyllenhaal (Constellations) and Tony Award winner Annaleigh Ashford (You Can’t Take It With You), will reopen the historic Hudson Theatre on Broadway this winter for a strictly limited 10-week engagement.

Performances are set to begin February 11, 2017, ahead of a Thursday, February 23 opening, and will play through April 23. The Broadway mounting follows the October concert performances at New York City Center, starring Gyllenhaal as Georges Seurat and Ashford as Dot.

With music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by James Lapine, the revival of Sunday in the Park With George will be directed by Sarna Lapine. The musical follows painter Georges Seurat in the months leading up to the completion of his most famous painting, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte.

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‘Burn This’ Postponed Until 2017-2018 Season
21 October, 2016 Author: Catagories: Burn This, News & Headlines

Producers Stacey Mindich and Jessica R. Jenen announced today the postponement of the Broadway revival of Burn This, due to scheduling conflicts with the show’s star. The show is now aiming for its Broadway bow during the 2017-2018 season.

Ambassador Theatre Group has commented that although disappointed to hear that Burn This will not be proceeding, they will soon announce a new production to launch the beautiful Hudson Theatre in 2017.

BURN THIS premiered Off-Broadway in 1987, at Theatre 890. Directed by Marshall W. Mason, the cast featured Jonathan Hogan, Joan Allen, John Malkovich, and Lou Liberatore. The play transferred to Broadway at the Plymouth Theatre later that same year. The cast reprised their roles for the Broadway production.

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