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Hollywood heartthrob Jake Gyllenhaal recently spiced things up on the ABC foodie and talk show "The Chew" and even got a hug from Mario Batali.
The 31-year-old actor, sporting a full dark beard and mustache, participated in a cooking segment with Mario Batali, who was making three pasta dishes - Spaghetti all'Amatriciana, Spaghetti all'Arrabbiata and Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe - during an episode that aired on Thursday, October 25. Gyllenhaal sliced an onion and was then asked to put some dried chili pepper flakes into one of his bowls.
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Jake Gyllenhaal took a dark turn in a new music video for The Shoes single "Time to Dance."
In the clip, which can be seen below, Gyllenhaal murders several victims. His character murders people using a hammer, a knife and the actor dons a fencing outfit for some of the kills. The video lasts over eight minutes.
Minka Kelly, formerly of the show "Friday Night Lights" reportedly turned down a date with Jake Gyllenhaal following her breakup from New York Yankees player Derek Jeter.
According to Us Weekly, the 31-year-old actress declined the offer of a date with the "Source Code" actor last fall because she was "trying to patch things up" with Jeter.
Actors Jake Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena got close to police action on Wednesday when the two were spotted at the crime scene of a Los Angeles gang shooting.
The two actors were riding along with police who were on patrol in South Los Angeles where the scene of a gang shooting occurred late Wednesday night. The incident occurred during an anti-gang event called Summer Night Lights.
Jake Gyllenhaal might regret taking on Bear Grylls' offer to join him on a trek to Iceland.
Though the 30-year-old got to experience the adventure of crawling across a rope stretched between two mountain tops and crossing an ice-cold river shirtless, the actor also had to dine on whatever cuisine the two could find.
Jake Gyllenhaal battles tough conditions during a survival trek in Iceland on a new episode of "Man Vs. Wild," which is set to air on July 11 at 9 p.m. ET on the Discovery Channel.
Gyllenhaal, the 30-year-old star of films such as "Brokeback Mountain" and "Donnie Darko," and host Bear Grylls will visit mountains, huge glaciers and some of Europe's most active volcanoes, according to a statement from the network.Check out photos of Jake Gyllenhaal on "Man Vs. Wild" as well as a trailer for the episode below.
Vera Farmiga, 37, who stars in the action sci-fi thriller, "Source Code" said that she will probably spend her last eight minutes on earth 'panicking' and 'making out.'
In "Source Code," which was released on Friday, April 1, Jake Gyllenhaal stars as a soldier who wakes up in the body of another man and realizes he's part of a mission to find the bomber of a Chicago commuter train. The mission becomes complicated when the soldier falls in love with one of the passengers (Michelle Monaghan).
Russell Brand's family comedy feature "Hop," which mixed live action actors with CGI animated characters, debuted in first place at the weekend's box office with $38.1 million, according the Associated Press.
"Hop" follows Brand's teenage bunny E.B., who runs away to become a drummer in Los Angeles instead of taking over his father's (Hugh Laurie) duties as Easter Bunny at his chocolate factory. Fred (James Marsden), an out-of-work slacker accidentally hits E.B. with his car and ends up taking him in as he recovers. Turns out, the army of chicks who work in the factory have plans to take over Easter and E.B. has to fight to stop their evil plans. "Hop" matched the year's best debut, for "Rango," which opened a month ago with $38.1 million.
The Easter-themed animated film "Hop" has taken the lead at the weekend box office with a strong opening on Friday, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The film took home $11.4 million on Friday to take the top spot for the day. The film features the voice of Russell Brand as the Easter Bunny.