‘Love & Other Drugs’ DVD Screencaptures
4 March, 2011 Author: Catagories: Gallery Updates, Love and Other Drugs

I’ve updated the gallery with 1,995 HQ ‘Love & Other Drugs’ DVD screen captures. I’ve also added captures of the DVD extras, deleted scenes and DVD menus. Click HERE to view the screen capture section for ‘Love & Other Drugs’. Keep in mind, these captures contain mature content!

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Love & Other Drugs (2011) > DVD Screen Captures
Love & Other Drugs (2011) > DVD Menus
Love & Other Drugs (2011) > Deleted Scenes
Love & Other Drugs (2011) > Reformed Womanizer: Jake Gyllenhaal Is Jamie (DVD Extra)
Love & Other Drugs (2011) > Selling ‘Love & Other Drugs’ (DVD Extra)
Love & Other Drugs (2011) > Love & Other Drugs: An Actor’s Discussion (DVD Extra)

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Love And Other Drugs DVD & Bluray Release Date
26 January, 2011 Author: Catagories: Love and Other Drugs, News & Headlines

Love And Other Drugs have gotten a release date for DVD and Bluray (Region 1 – just to kill it for the rest of us) on March 1st 2011. No release dates for other regions yet, but with my luck maybe in 12 years. Am I bitter that I haven’t been able to see this in the cinema? Naaah, how did you get that impression?!

LOVE & OTHER DRUGS Blu-ray Disc Extras:

  • Funny Extended Deleted Scenes
  • An Actor’s Discussion: Relationship between Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway
  • Beautifully Complex: Anne Hathaway discribes Maggie
  • Reformed Womanizer: Jake Gyllenhaal is Jamie
  • Selling Love & Other Drugs
  • Digital Copy
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Jake Gyllenhaal inspired by salesman
23 January, 2011 Author: Catagories: Interviews, Love and Other Drugs, News & Headlines

Jake Gyllenhaal found it “crazy” spending time with the man his Love and Other Drugs character was based on.

The talented actor appeared opposite Anne Hathaway in last year’s hit romantic comedy set in the period when erectile dysfunction treatment Viagra was being launched.

The movie is loosely inspired by the book Hard Sell: The Evolution of a Viagra Salesman, which was written by Jamie Reidy, a former sales representative for the drug.

Jake admits spending time with the man that inspired his character in the film was a unique experience. The star was certainly impressed with Jamie’s social skills, and found him extremely fun to be around.

“He would always grab somebody in restaurants. He would always grab a waitress and ask them where they were from and then I’d come back from the bathroom and he’d know their life story and someone they were related to, it’s crazy,” Jake told Cover Media.

Although Jake’s character in the movie Jamie Randall is fictitious, the Hollywood hunk did add in some of Jamie Reidy’s mannerisms. Jake was particularly taken with Jamie’s storytelling skills.

“There are so many things that are woven in from Jamie. I spent hours with Jamie recording him, picking up his rhythms, picking up his stories, learning his repetition,
“I would give little things like he always goes ‘Really?’, it was a thing he always did in the middle of a story,” recalled the star.


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Jake Gyllenhaal talks casual sex
30 December, 2010 Author: Catagories: Interviews, Love and Other Drugs

Jake Gyllenhaal has revealed his views on one night stands.

The actor, who’s currently dating singer Taylor Swift, talked about how he sees sex while promoting Love And Other Drugs in America.

“I think casual sex some people are into, I definitely have been in my life at times,” he admitted.

Before hastily adding: “I think you find other things more important as time goes on.”

Jake and his co-star Anne Hathaway have to spend a great deal of the film with their clothes off for the romantic movie.

“I feel people might be tired of the normal cliched typical movie and so we put our minds together and I think we raised the stakes,” he said.

He went on: “We decided it was going to be two characters that both really couldn’t be intimate and so we both went to sex as a way of avoiding things.”

This meant some quite saucy scenes for the pair.

“The movie does start off with the two of them sort of primal and animalistically having sex,” Jake laughed.

Love And Other Drugs is in cinemas now.


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Jake Gyllenhaal Questioned His Own Love Feelings
21 December, 2010 Author: Catagories: Interviews, Love and Other Drugs

Jake Gyllenhaal accepted a role in ‘Love and Other Drugs’ because he was questioning his feelings about love and admits he cried when he first read the script.

Jake Gyllenhaal accepted a role in ‘Love and Other Drugs’ because he was questioning his feelings about love.

The 29-year-old star – who is in a relationship with Taylor Swift and has previously dated Reese Witherspoon and Kirstin Dunst – jumped at the chance to play medical sales rep Jamie in the comedy drama alongside Anne Hathaway as the script echoed his own thoughts and attitudes towards romance.

He told BANG Showbiz: “I just think there comes a time in different people’s lives where they say do I have real love? Do I want real love? What is real love? With the script I seemed to be in a time when that was a pressing question. ”

Jake felt such a deep connection with the movie that he broke down in tears when he first read the script as it was so close to his frame of mind at the time.

He explained: “With this, I very rarely have a moment where I get excited and I go, ‘Somebody wrote this for me and they don’t know it.’ And I felt that way when I read this the first time and I was loving the character at first and then I was crying at the end because I felt like when he says, ‘Sometimes your life doesn’t go the way you expect it too,’ and usually it doesn’t.

“And if you follow life and not really think it should be that way then it’ll all work out in the end. That just really moved me to the core and I couldn’t not do it.”


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