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Topic - Jake Gyllenhaal
Jake Gyllenhaal was sent to the emergency room after he sliced up his hand punching a mirror on the set of his new film "Nightcrawler" Wednesday morning, People reported.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Brian F. O'Byrne don't seem to have too much in common.
Should Jake Gyllenhaal be worried?
"Source Code" opens with confusion: Capt. Colter Stevens (Jake Gyllenhaal) wakes up, face pressed against the window of a commuter train. He doesn't know where he is, or how he got there. When he looks in the bathroom mirror, the face he sees is not his own. Yet no one else seems to think anything is amiss. Indeed, Christina (Michelle Monaghan), the attractive woman sitting across from him, appears to be in the middle of a perfectly normal conversation with him.
Director Duncan Jones premiered his thriller Source Code at South by Southwest on Friday, bringing a tech-savvy movie to a high-tech festival.
In one of her final roles, Jill Clayburgh plays the mom of charismatic Viagra salesman Jamie Reidy (Jake Gyllenhaal) in the romantic comedy "Love and Other Drugs."
"She left an indelible impression on me," he said.
"It helped her through that time in a way that no other movie or anybody else had," he said.