Entertainment News: maggie gyllenhaal
Maggie Gyllenhaal said she learned from making "Won't Back Down" that the United States public school system is in danger of failing our kids.
"I think things need to change, that's really clear to me after learning about the public school system in this country," Gyllenhaal said in an interview provided by Twentieth Century Fox. "If we're not serving our kids, we really are failing and if the difference is amongst the grown-ups that are part of the issue, are keeping us from helping our children, then we're really in trouble."
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Maggie Gyllenhaal welcomed her second daughter with husband Peter Sarsgaard, it was announced on April 30.
Gloria Ray was born on April 19 in New York, Gyllenhaal's rep confirmed to the Associated Press. Gyllenhaal married Sarsgaard, 41, in 2009. The couple welcomed their daughter Ramona in 2006, shortly after announcing their engagement.
Maggie Gyllenhaal is reportedly expecting her second child with husband Peter Sarsgaard.
"Over Thanksgiving weekend, Maggie was telling friends that she's six months pregnant," a friend told Life & Style. "Her bump is so big!"
Maggie Gyllenhaal has been exploring the subject of female orgasms in a new Discovery channel series, as well as in the upcoming comedy following the invention of the vibrator entitled, "Hysteria."
The film is slated to premiere at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival in September and stars Hugh Dancy as a young doctor hired to aid the leading doctor in women's medicine in "stimulating the nervous system" of his female patients.