The New York Times Presents ‘Wildlife’ ScreenTimes
16 October, 2018 Author: Catagories: Gallery Updates, Videos, Wildlife

Last night Jake participated in a ScreenTimes conversation about his new film ‘Wildlife’, alongside his co-star Carey Mulligan, writer Zoe Kazan, and director Paul Dano. You can watch the full conversation here.

Gallery Links:
Photoshoots & Outtakes > Portraits > ScreenTimes [The New York Times]
Public Appearances > 2018 > The New York Times Presents ‘Wildlife’ ScreenTimes

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The Today Show (Video + Screencaps)
15 October, 2018 Author: Catagories: Gallery Updates, Interviews, Videos, Wildlife

Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan stopped by The Today Show this morning to discuss their upcoming film, ‘Wildlife’. Follow the link below to watch the interview, or download the video in our media section.

The Today Show (10.15.18) – (Watch) (Download)

Gallery Links:
Public Appearances > Publicity Shows > The Today Show
Screen Captures > Television > Publicity Shows > The Today Show

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‘The Kindergarten Teacher’ Screening In New York
10 October, 2018 Author: Catagories: Gallery Updates, Maggie Gyllenhaal

Last night Jake showed his support for sister Maggie by attending a special screening of her new film, ‘The Kindergarten Teacher’, at the Crosby Street Hotel in NYC. Pictures have been added to the gallery.

Gallery Link:
Public Appearances > 2018 > ‘The Kindergarten Teacher’ Screening In New York

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Jake Gyllenhaal Pens Essay On Ryan Reynolds
7 October, 2018 Author: Catagories: News & Headlines

For Variety’s latest issue, they asked Jake Gyllenhaal to write a tribute to Ryan Reynolds, one of 50 people to make their New Power of New York list. Here’s why Reynolds, the star of “Deadpool,” represents a new generation of movers and shakers that capture the best of Manhattan.

I first met Ryan many years ago, and he struck me immediately as quick and warm and thoughtful, a gentleman in an era of foppish putzes, the unlikely love child of Mel Brooks and Dorothy Parker and Gary Cooper. He was also taller than me. Against my wishes, we became close friends.

Audiences got to know Ryan a bit through his work in a string of romantic comedies. He was undoubtedly charming and handsome (annoying), but he never quite had the space to fire on all cylinders. […]

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2018 New York Film Festival: ‘Wildlife’ Premiere
1 October, 2018 Author: Catagories: Gallery Updates, Wildlife

Jake joined his fellow castmate Carey Mulligan and writer/director Paul Dano at a screening of ‘Wildlife’ last night during the New York Film Festival in NYC. Photos from the event have been added to the gallery.

Gallery Links:
Public Appearances > 2018 > New York Film Festival – ‘Wildlife’ Premiere (Arrivals)
Public Appearances > 2018 > New York Film Festival – ‘Wildlife’ Premiere (Introduction)
Public Appearances > 2018 > New York Film Festival – ‘Wildlife’ Premiere (Q&A Session)
Public Appearances > 2018 > New York Film Festival – ‘Wildlife’ Premiere (After Party)

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Jake Celebrates 75 Years of New York City Center
28 September, 2018 Author: Catagories: Gallery Updates, Interviews

On October 1st, the New York City Center will kick off a new season, during which it will celebrate it’s 75th anniversary. To honor its rich history, the City Center has commissioned 3 visual art installations, including one which features a series of photos by Nina Robinson of artists who’ve worked with the venue, including Jake Gyllenhaal. Jake’s photo and thoughts on what the City Center means to him are below:

Jake Gyllenhaal

“Home for me is where a challenge lies. Little Shop of Horrors was the first time I had sung to a New York audience. I can still remember the feeling, the vibration of the audience. It was an inexplicable feeling. I couldn’t really comprehend it. That energy has been pretty much unmatched since that moment by anything that I’ve performed, in a film or in front of an audience.”

Gallery Link:
Photoshoots & Outtakes > Sessions > 2018 > Session 004 [Town & Country Magazine]

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