Jake Gyllenhaal has told of his fears – and how he conquered them – of taking on a one-person play.
Jake Gyllenhaal has said British people should be praised for their “ability to thrive” in damp weather.
Jake Gyllenhaal said it was an “honour” to appear in a Marvel movie after taking a starring role in Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Spider-Man star Tom Holland has said he is finally able to go to the toilet easily in his superhero costume after several years in the role.
Jake Gyllenhaal will return to the West End for the first time in 18 years, it has been announced.
Velvet Buzzsaw star Jake Gyllenhaal said the script for Netflix’s satirical horror film “disturbed” him.
Tom Holland swings back into action as Peter Parker in the first trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Jake Gyllenhaal joined Instagram and revealed he is starring as a villain in the upcoming Spider-Man film.
Benedict Cumberbatch will reunite with his Patrick Melrose director Edward Berger for psychological thriller Rio, in which he will star opposite Jake Gyllenhaal.
Jennifer Lawrence can be seen dancing with a drink in her hand in new photos from Amy Schumer’s surprise wedding to chef Chris Fischer.
EVEREST (12) 3 stars Rob Hall (Jason Clarke) and Scott Fischer (Jake Gyllenhaal) lead competing expeditions on Everest, racing against one another and the elements to ensure their clients reach the peak safely.
Tempted to lose a few pounds after the excesses of Christmas and New Year? You’re definitely not alone – year after year, “losing weight” tops New Year resolution lists, and it’s also one of the pledges we’re highly likely to fail.
INSIDE OUT (U) 5 stars A mother (voiced by Diane Lane) and father (Kyle MacLachlan) welcome a baby girl called Riley (Kaitlyn Dias) into the world. From the moment she opens her eyes, Riley’s mood is shaped by five coloured emotions – golden Joy (Amy Poehler), blue Sadness (Phyllis Smith), purple Fear (Bill Hader), red Anger (Lewis Black) and green Disgust (Mindy Kaling) – which bicker behind a large control desk laden with buttons and levers inside the child’s head.
EVEREST (12A) 4 stars Icelandic director Baltasar Kormakur heads for the highest peak on Earth for a gripping drama based on true events which cast a deathly shadow over the mountaineering community in 1996.
INSIDE OUT (U) 5 stars Despite gargantuan advances in medical science, we still don’t fully understand the complexities of the human brain – its ability to process vast quantities of information, solve problems and store memories at speeds that put supercomputers to shame.
She shot to fame in Lethal Weapon 3, was applauded for her sultry performance in The Thomas Crown Affair and now, at 60, Rene Russo could be in the running for an Oscar
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