All for art.
Starring Hugh Jackman as the father of a kidnapped child.
He rode the rails, got his pants hand-sewn, the whole bit.
Hanging out at the Toronto Film Festival with the two Jakes.
Gyllenhaal's also out of Into the Woods.
Also starring Viola Davis, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Paul Dano.
They would sing!
Thomas Haden Church as Alan?
In Nightcrawler, a thriller from Bourne writer Dan Gilroy.
But she didn't really say that it isn't.
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The mystery lives on.
Meanwhile, Clint Eastwood's baseball movie did alright.
Detroit, Sounding Beckett, and If There Is I Haven't Found It Yet.
There’s nothing here that you haven’t already seen, but the film has moments so riveting that you might not care too much.
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Gerard Butler has a new nemesis.
From the duo who wrote and directed Half Nelson.
Each of the following actors came this close to starring in their own installment of the web-slinging series.
He's too young for this shit.
No more worm-eating.
He's playing dual roles.
Cheer up, Jake!
Guess we have to like The Shoes now.
He just replaced Dominic Cooper in the film.