Jake Gyllenhaal & Tom Sturridge Master the Art of Deconstruction
11 September, 2019 Author: Catagories: Gallery Updates, Interviews, Sea Wall / A Life

Any two actors can share a bill. But can they share an omelet?

“Would you eat any if I got one?” Jake Gyllenhaal asks Tom Sturridge, tepidly perusing a menu of European cuisine. “I might,” he replies before Gyllenhaal shifts to consider gazpacho. “I’d share that,” Sturridge enthuses—and so it is decided.

Much has been made of the intimacy between the duo, appearing currently on Broadway in “Sea Wall/A Life,” a pair of monologues being performed at the Hudson Theatre wherein they don’t actually share scenes and only take to the stage in separate acts. But on a surprisingly temperate afternoon in the summer’s dog days, seated on the same side of a booth in a Lower Manhattan restaurant, both insist the other easily ranks among their best scene partners to date.


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YouTube.com/Fashion Launch In New York City
11 September, 2019 Author: Catagories: Gallery Updates

Jake Gyllenhaal celebrated the launch of YouTube.com/Fashion on Monday night (September 9th) in New York City. Pictures from the event have been added to the gallery, thanks to my friend Claudia.

Gallery Link:
Public Appearances > 2019 > YouTube.com/Fashion Launch In New York City

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Stagecraft With Gordon Cox Podcast
14 August, 2019 Author: Catagories: Interviews, Sea Wall / A Life

For the latest episode of Stagecraft, Variety’s theater podcast, Jake Gyllenhaal and director Carrie Cracknell sat down with Gordon Cox to discuss ‘Sea Wall / A Life’. Take a listen below:

You can also download the audio clip in our media archive.


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Jake Gyllenhaal Announced for ACE Comic Con Midwest
13 August, 2019 Author: Catagories: News & Headlines, Spider-Man: Far From Home

Adding to an already amazing line-up of stars, ACE Comic Con just announced an absolute highlight of a guest–none other than Jake Gyllenhaal!

He will be joining his fellow Spider-Man: Far From Home co-star, Tom Holland and Captain Marvel herself, Brie Larson. In addition to these big Marvel names, Kit Harington (Game of Thrones), Taron Egerton (Kingsman, Rocket Man), Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead) and Kiernan Shipka (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina) will also be in attendance.

Ticket sales open for previous VIP-holders on Thursday and the general sale begins on Friday this week. Head over to ACE Comic Con’s official website for more information on tickets, prices and purchase options and keep checking our website for more updates on this event!


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‘Sea Wall / A Life’ On Broadway – Opening Night
10 August, 2019 Author: Catagories: Gallery Updates, Sea Wall / A Life, Videos

‘Sea Wall / A Life’ officially opened on Broadway Thursday night (August 8th). Check out photos of Jake and Tom Sturridge on stage during the curtain call, posing on the red carpet, as well as an exclusive portrait session by Broadway.com, in our gallery. Several interviews have also been added to our video archive.

Gallery Links:
Public Appearances > 2019 > ‘Sea Wall / A Life’ On Broadway – Opening Night – Curtain Call
Public Appearances > 2019 > ‘Sea Wall / A Life’ On Broadway – Opening Night
Photoshoots > Portraits > ‘Sea Wall / A Life’ On Broadway – Opening Night – Broadway.com Portrait Booth

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Jake Gyllenhaal Pulls Back The Curtain On Mysterio
23 July, 2019 Author: Catagories: Interviews, Spider-Man: Far From Home

[This story contains spoilers for ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’]

Fourteen months after reports surfaced that Jake Gyllenhaal would be joining Spider-Man: Far From Home, the 38-year-old actor is finally opening up about the true nature of one Quentin Beck (aka Mysterio).

Since 2003, Gyllenhaal has frequently been the subject of rumors, speculation and fan-casting whenever a highly coveted superhero role became available — including Spider-Man. Eventually, Far From Home filmmaker Jon Watts presented Gyllenhaal with an offer to play a complex character named Mysterio.

Together, Gyllenhaal and Watts crafted a villain pretending to be a hero by subtly doubling down on superhero tropes that would be easy to miss until a second viewing.


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