Jake gyllenhaal fake naked. Looks like Jake Gyllenhaal finally put on all that weight he lost for Nightcrawler. During negotiations for the film, Tobey Maguire, hot off the heels of the wildly successful film Seabiscuitwas holding out for more money.
The stars of 'Love and Other Drugs' talk about stripping away their inhibitions -- and clothes -- for director Ed Zwick's sweet, sexy romance. I want everybody to know that Anne Hathaway thinks Beetlejuice is the most romantic movie. In the R-rated film out Nov.
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It's a role that requires the actress to do a number of nude scenes — something she's entirely comfortable with because of her understanding of the part. Speaking to W MagazineGyllenhaal explained: "Here's the trick: You have to look at a sex scene as an opportunity to express things that can be expressed best when people are making love. Or whatever.
Getting down and dirty on screen takes a lot of concentration. Just not always on the things you might think. On a stool.
The Love and Other Drugs pair sent temperatures soaring when they posed for three nude pictures. Super-hot pair Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaall sent temperatures soaring when they posed for a seriously steamy set of nude cover shots for US magazine Entertainment weekly. The Hollywood duo have been hot on the publicity trail over the last few weeks, promoting new flick Love and Other Drugs.
Nightcrawler is a American thriller film written and directed by Dan Gilroy in his feature directorial debut. It stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Louis Bloom, a stringer who records violent events late at night in Los Angeles and sells the footage to a local television news station. A common theme in the film is the symbiotic relationship between unethical journalism and consumer demand.