‘Ambulance’s Jake Gyllenhaal, Eiza González, and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Reveal What You Should Watch If You’ve Never Seen Their Work
With director Michael Bay’s best film in years, Ambulance, now playing in theaters, I recently landed an extended interview with Jake Gyllenhaal, Eiza González, and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II which covered a lot of different subjects. In the first part of the interview (which you can watch here), they talked about what it was like working with Bay, how quickly he changes what they’re filming, shooting the intense surgery scene in the ambulance, what it was like working with the drones, and a lot more on the making of Ambulance.
I should preface this news story by revealing that I consider Donnie Darko to be one of the best movies of all time, and will not be held responsible for how many superlatives I use to describe the epic time travel movie here. Donnie Darko is weird as hell and super confusing, but that’s what makes it so amazing, and Jake Gyllenhaal clearly agrees with that sentiment.
Heath Ledger was an extraordinary actor whose film career was taking off to new heights. You may remember Heath Ledger initially for films like A Knight’s Tale and 10 Things I Hate About You. Just when he was getting award recognition for The Dark Knight and Brokeback Mountain, he passed away at the age of 28. Ledger’s co-star from Brokeback Mountain, Jake Gyllenhaal, opened up about what his relationship was like with his co-star while filming the Academy Award-nominated movie.
Jake Gyllenhaal says that playing Mysterio in 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' was 'cathartic' and allowed him to 'become the actor that I think I've always wanted to be'
The "Ambulance" star told Vanity Fair that he took himself "too seriously" and "really lost that sense of play" prior to his Marvel role.
Jake Gyllenhaal has starred in many iconic movies throughout his career ranging from Donnie Darko to Brokeback Mountain, which earned him an Oscar nomination back in 2006. Currently, he's promoting his new movie Ambulance, which was helmed by Michael Bay and co-stars Watchmen star and Emmy-winner, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II. Of course, over the past couple of years, Gyllenhaal has become known best for his role as Mysterio in Spider-Man: Far From Home. During a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Gyllenhaal revealed that the Spidey flick changed his outlook on acting.
How Ambulance’s Jake Gyllenhaal And Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Responded To Spending So Much Time In The Titular Emergency Vehicle
It frequently gets glamourized, but filmmaking can be a tedious process for actors. On top of the repetition that comes with doing take after take of a single shot, there is also a great deal of time spent between shots setting up lighting, sound, blocking, and more. This general atmosphere can be exacerbated in productions where performers are confined to contained primary locations – and Michael Bay’s Ambulance is a great example, with the majority of the movie’s runtime featuring Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Eiza Gonzalez, and Jackson White inside the titular emergency vehicle.
Jake Gyllenhaal is back on hosting duty. More than 15 years after making his Saturday Night Live debut, the 41-year-old actor returned to studio 8H to serve as this week’s guest host. The episode aired fresh off the premiere of Michael Bay’s Ambulance, an action-thriller starring Gyllenhaal and Emmy-winner Yahya Abdul-Mateen II.
Jake Gyllenhaal thinks Spider-Man: Far From Home changed his career. Jake Gyllenhaal believes his role in 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' made him change his outlook on his acting career.
To kick off his most recent appearance on Saturday Night Live, Spider-Man: Far From Home actor Jake Gyllenhaal opened his monologue on the series by roasting the last time he was the host of the comedy sketch series. Prior to tonight's show, the last time that Gyllenhaal hosted the series was in 2007 when he was promoting the Oscar-winning Brokeback Mountain. Gyllenhaal specifically mentioned some of the problematic jokes that were made in his monologue at that time, while also referencing some of the outdated sketches that happened at the time, like a George W. Bush sketch and a joke about the first iPhone.
SNL: Jake Gyllenhaal shares ‘realisation’ that made him change career path after starring in Nightcrawler
Jake Gyllenhaal has revealed the “realisation” he came to that made him change his career path after starring in Nightcrawler.The actor returned to host Saturday Night Live for the first time in 15 years on 9 April. The last time he was on the show, he was promoting Brokeback Mountain.Gyllenhaal acknowledged that, in the years that followed, he developed a “reputation for being this serious, intense Method actor” despite not being “good” at it.“I remember for this movie Nightcrawler, I went to the director [Dan Gilroy] and I was like, ‘Get ready for me to lose 48 pounds...
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