In 2013, Gyllenhaal starred in the drama together with ; the film received both critical and commercial success. Army Aviation captain, in the 2011. Related: Mysterio, created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko, first popped up in The Amazing Spider-Man 13 in 1964, where he made his debut as a special effects wizard, stunt man, and actor who longs to make a name for himself at a big Hollywood film studio, rather than toiling away at what he views as dead-end jobs. We all know that he's a villain in the comics, but he's acting a lot like a hero when he fights off Hydro-Man. Born without an immune system and forced to live life in a protective bubble although he seems to have gotten used to it , Bubble Boy runs away from home on a journey to Niagara Falls to stop the girl he loves from marrying her douchebag boyfriend. In 2010, he portrayed in the fantasy adventure ; the film received mixed reviews from critics and was a box office success. Reilly , who are tracking a man who supposedly has the ability to locate gold Riz Ahmed.
Josephina is hardly in love with Morf, simply willing to do whatever and whomever it takes to become rich and famous, including selling blood-infused works of art by a mentally unstable dead murderer who requested all of his pieces be destroyed after his demise. Featuring a terrific cast including Hugh Jackman, Viola Davis, and Paul Dano, Prisoners keeps audiences guessing from start to finish. Demolition 2015 After losing his wife in a car accident, a successful investment banker finds it hard to get it together. Let us know in the comments! Jake Gyllenhaal plays a renowned critic, and Rene Russo plays a prominent gallery owner. The 10 best Jake Gyllenhaal movies Jake Gyllenhaal has often times been an actor that cinema fans overlook. As the works sell for millions, the people responsible for making a profit from them begin to be killed by the art.
It's adapted from a Richard Ford novel about a Montana family falling apart in the early 1960s, a disintegration set in motion when Gyllenhaal's character, a golf pro named Jerry, decides to walk away form his job and leave his wife Carey Mulligan and son Ed Oxenbould to fight a fire raging nearby. And Paul came to me with this script, and it was just a perfect fit. She's messy on screen in a way that she's never been before. Prisoners Playing a meticulous detective who never fails, Gyllenhaal is a revelation in this Denis Villeneuve thriller. Set in ancient Persia, a young misfit discovers that a dagger he owns contains magic sand which can turn back time when a button on the dagger is pressed. Gyllenhaal produced the movie, in part because he loved the melancholy nature of the story, in part because he had a chance to help good buddy Paul Dano, directing his first movie.
Half satire, half slasher flick, Buzzsaw is a vicious takedown of the art world with a stacked cast and stunning wardrobe. I was looking for a role in a space like that that felt I could do something with it, and I did something with it. If Donnie Darko established him as a star, this film offered Gyllenhaal to mainstream audiences. Reminiscent of Tom Ford's Nocturnal Animals, but with significantly less—wait, let me stop myself before I start sounding like one of the elite industry critics Gyllenhaal takes a stab at in this thriller. As San Fransisco cartoonist Robert Graysmith, Gyllenhaal brings a much-needed warmth to the epic saga of how a single serial killer consumed countless lives in California in the late 60s and early 70s. Brokeback Mountain is a deeply affecting love story, with two great performances.
Purchase now on Amazon for. At the time, he was particularly excited about a decision to redirect his career, taking on more challenging and less commercial roles, Nightcrawler — in which he played a conman turned unethical crime journalist — being Exhibit A. Purchase now on Amazon for. But Buzzsaw leans especially hard heh on Jake Gyllenhaal. One of my favorite moments of the film is when a rival agent enters the studio of prominent artist Piers Malkovich and crouches down in front of a literal pile of trash. The film is violent, resonant, and ultimately affecting because it does such a great job of making you care about the characters.
But Gilroy doesn't just show the connection through the movie's subtext — there are literal points of reference. A battle for the dagger and the kingdom begins, inspired by the worst parts of the Pirates of the Caribbean series. All his movies come from the heart and are set and filmed in Los Angeles, giving them a different texture than most productions that travel to other states and countries for huge tax breaks. Directed by , the film explores the story about the serial killer who stalked the during the late 1960s and early 1970s. However, it does make you wonder how such a terrible film could be made and make it past the many different stages of production and release, so kudos for that. Are you excited for the movie?. There are parts of Jean-Mac Vallée that are overly familiar and its messages are heavy-handed to a fault.
Gyllenhaal was rightfully nominated for the Academy Award for his performance. In said teaser, which dropped on Jan. In this review, Cosmo will answer that question for you, without giving the whole thing away. He portrayed Colter Stevens, a U. That same year, Gyllenhaal starred alongside in the romantic comedy. Brokeback Mountain Earning immense praise and award wins, Brokeback Mountain has been remembered outside the film community as a landmark film.
Starring Jessica Biel, Catherine Keener, Tracy Morgan and Josh Brolin, amongst others, filming began in 2008 with production reportedly being shut down up to 14 times due to non-payment, which caused most of the cast and crew to walk away. Very much a tale of morality in the face of great anguish, Prisoners unwinds a brilliant mystery. The Day After Tomorrow 2004 When it comes to Hollywood disaster movies, the real star is always the special effects. This might be the most full-on performance of his entire career. The movie is a gory, darkly comedic tale set in the art world that follows what happens when the paintings of a recently deceased unknown artist become a must-have for the art-gallery elite. Gyllenhaal brings his usual sensitivity to a role that could have just been played as an old timey weirdo.
Gyllenhaal attending the is an American actor who has appeared in over 35 motion pictures including some yet to be released , three television programs, one commercial, and four music videos. Everything about the character, from his clothes to his mustache to his squeaky, high-pitched voice is a choice, and Gyllenhaal commits brilliantly. Although we're used to seeing Gyllenhaal as the good guy, we already know from his chilling performance in Nightcrawler that he unquestionably has the range to play a villain. Until the full trailer drops and we get a better look at Gyllenhaal in action as Mysterio, see him in all his fishbowl-helmeted glory, ahead. However, anytime he's seen with his ex-boyfriend, or writing, or having sex with Josephina, he's full-on buck naked yea, I know that last one is pretty obvious. Purchase now on Amazon for. This could be an elaborate scheme, or a major identity crisis.
He later becomes a considerable foe for Daredevil. But for every bad film, Gyllenhaal has five more good ones. Has he done films like Prince of Persia and Bubble Boy? The film is full of famous faces—Toni Collette, Stranger Things' Natalia Dyer, John Malkovich—portraying outrageously stereotypical dealers, critics, and artists getting eviscerated by the works of art they claim to love or hate for show. In the following year, he portrayed ' son in an episode of the television series ; the episode was directed by his father. This is a character who was rugged, conflicted and ultimately tragic, a character whose power lied in the symbolic as much as the personal. Personal Quote: One of the greatest performances I've ever seen is as the young boy in 1993. I guess the movies I make are a little weird.