Jake Gyllenhaal featured in the 2010 Disney film, a video game adaptation of Prince Of Persia, which was panned by critics for whitewashing -- casting Gyllenhaal in the lead instead of an actor of Iranian descent.
Tom Holland starrer Spider-Man: Far From Home will be the first movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after Avengers: Endgame and will kick off its phase four. It is the sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming that came out in 2017.
Nearly three minutes long, the trailer reveals a bit too much of the narrative, but an exciting concept is, at the end of the day, still one of the major draws for a cinegoer, which, thankfully, Velvet Buzzsaw promises.
Mysterio's first look in Spider-Man: Far From Home is an illustration of Jake Gyllenhaal in the familiar full costume, minus the fishbowl. The colour scheme is green and gold with a red robe. The movie will release on July 5, 2019.
Jake Gyllenhaal is all set to play the legendary composer Leonard Bernstein in Cary Fukunaga directorial The American. Talking about the film, Gyllenhaal said it is "an incredible honour" for him to tell Bernstein's story.
Kate Winslet and Jake Gyllenhaal took the top honours of acting at the star-studded event as Hollywood Actress Award and Hollywood Actor Award respectively, while veteran actor Gary Oldman took the Hollywood Career Achievement Award for his contribution to the film industry.
From rumours of Ben Affleck hanging up the cape of Batman to Julia Roberts opening up on the issue of sexual harassment in Hollywood, a lot happened today in the world of Hollywood. Check out these snippets.